Matilde Cittadini is a first-year doctoral student at the Institute of Government and Public Policy (IGOP) at the Autonomous University of Barcelona, with a doctoral thesis project focused on the study of minimum income schemes through an approach based on intersectionality theory. She graduated with a three-year course in ‘International and Diplomatic Sciences’ at the University of Bologna (Forlì Campus) in the 2018/2019 academic year. She continued her studies at the University of Padua in the course of ‘European and Global Studies’ with a focus on ‘European Policies’. She participated in an Erasmus+ project at the Universitat in Siegen (a.y. 2018/19) and a second one at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona (a.y. 2020/21). During her stay in Barcelona, she carried out an internship working for the POLBIS project, as part of the agreements between Unipd and UB (Universidad de Barcelona).
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AREAS OF INTEREST
Social policies, Minimum Income Schemes, Intersectionality