Prof. Raffaele Cadin
Raffaele Cadin (email@example.com) is Associate Professor of International Law (with qualification to full Professor) at the Department of Political Science at Sapienza University of Rome where he teaches “International Law” and “International Economic and Development Law “.
Graduated cum laude at the Faculty of Political Science with a thesis focusing on International Law; specialized cum laude in Law and Economics of the European Communities at the Faculty of Economics; PhD in International Law, with a very positive final evaluation, at the Faculty of Law (Sapienza University of Rome). Last but not least, he held an internship at the United Nations in New York (Office of Legal Affairs – Codification of International Law division).
Lecturer in several Masters and High Level Training or Specialized Courses, he directs the Master in International Protection of Human Rights “Maria Rita Saulle” and the High Level Training Course on “The role of women in the processes of peace and in the mediation of conflicts for human rights” of the Sapienza University of Rome. He has also participated, as a manager, in various research projects at national and international level and has given seminars and participated in conferences in several Italian and foreign universities, including Carlos III in Madrid, the University of Cordoba, the Nacional of La Plata, the Carthage in Tunis.
He has edited volumes and written monographs and scientific publications in International Law multiple related areas, in particular on collective security, human rights, international organization, international development law and international terrorism. He is a member of the Editorial Committee of several scientific journals, including the “Focus Africa” of “Federalismi.it” and “International Order and Human Rights”. For the latter he is also responsible for the Observatory on the Security Council.