Antonella Bellutti

Born in Bolzano, in ’68, gold medalist in track cycling at the Olympic Games of Atlanta 1996 and Sydney 2000. She set two world records and an Olympic record on the 3 km. In her pal-mares, four World Cups, one European Championship, 16 Italian titles. Seventh at the 2006 Olympic Games in Salt Lake City in the discipline two-men bobsled.

Today she is a lecturer, trainer, freerider, MTBiker, climber, and a vegan chef and owner of a private inn in Trentino.

Antonella Bellutti has a degree in motor sciences, athletic trainer, sports manager and, for three years in the CONI Council; alongside her passions and her work, she is a speaker, testimonial and teacher in higher education courses.

In 2017 she published the book “Life is like riding a bicycle – an autobiography of a vegathlete” Ed. Sonda.

In 2018 he participated in TEDx Trento with the talk : “The unknown limit”

In 2019 she was appointed Italian Ambassador to the European Week for Sport Ewos2019: Ap-pointment by the Sport Office of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers.

Matteo Bonini Baraldi

Avvocato del Foro di Bologna, presta la sua opera professionale su tutto il territorio nazionale, grazie anche ad una rete di collaborazioni. Esperto di tutela dei diritti soggettivi, parità di trattamento e antidiscriminazione nella vita privata, lavorativa o pubblica. Dopo la laurea in Giurisprudenza a Bologna, ha proseguito gli studi in Canada, dove ha conseguito un Master of Laws (LL.M.) presso la University of British Columbia (2002) e nuovamente a Bologna, dove ha conseguito il Dottorato di ricerca in diritto civile (2004). Dal 2010 al 2015 è stato Programme Manager presso l’Agenzia dei diritti fondamentali dell’Unione europea (FRA), con sede a Vienna. Nei lavori di ricerca ha sempre approfondito i temi dei diritti fondamentali in molte loro sfaccettature, spesso all’intersezione di varie branche del diritto come il diritto privato, di famiglia, costituzionale, del lavoro e internazionale.

Josefa Idem

Josefa Idem, nata in Germania il 23.09.1964 comincia la sua carriera canoistica-sportiva nel 1976 a Hamm in Westfalia.

È Olimpionica, cinque volte campionessa mondiale e ha partecipato a otto edizioni olimpiche (dal 1984 al 2012).

Dal 2001 al 2007 ha rivestito il ruolo di Assessora allo Sport nella città di Ravenna ed è stata Senatrice della Repubblica dal 2013 al 2018.

Dottoressa in Psicologia del lavoro e delle organizzazioni, si è laureata con una tesi dal titolo “L’autobiografia come metodo formativo”. È coordinatrice organizzativa e didattica dell’SGS ACADEMY dell’Area Psicologica del Settore Giovanile e Scolastico della Federazione Italiana Giuoco Calcio, ruolo in cui si occupa della facilitazione di apprendimenti nella formazione interna del settore giovanile.

Nella sua attività di formatrice accompagna e facilita processi di cambiamento.

Ha scritto due autobiografie, Controcorrente, edito dalla Sperling&Kupfer nel 2006 e Partiamo dalla fine, edito dalla Mondadori nel 2013.

È stata insignita nel 2000 del titolo Commendatrice della Repubblica e nel 2008 del titolo Grand’Ufficiale della Repubblica.

Luisa Betti Dakli

Professional journalist and human rights expert, directs the network DonnexDiritti and writes for la “27esima ora” by Corriere della sera. In the Commission of Equal Opportunities of the Order of Journalists of Lazio as an expert where she takes care of gender training, and in the Cpo of the union of journalists of Lazio, Stampa Romana.

She deals with the narration of womens murdering on TV, in the press and on the web, with a wide theoretical production, and by teaching, consulting and participating in numerous institutional and international conferences as a speaker.

She has recently published a manual for a correct narration of violence against women in information, “Stop violence: the words to say it” with the essay “Kill twice. The responsibility of the newspapers” and the book “Our bodies as antibodies” with the essay “Sovereignty on attack: women and children first“.

She teaches in seminars, workshops  and training courses for journalists, lawyers, magistrates and operators of anti-violence centers.

Francesca Faedi

Francesca Faedi is an international astrophysicist and one of the few people in the world who deals with planets around “white dwarfs”. She has discovered over 60 planets and has published 28 papers with the 2019 Nobel Prize in Science, Didier Queloz.

Back in Italy in 2017 after an important experience in England, she has achieved many results in the management and responsibility of the Super Wasp Project (Wide Angle Search for Planets) which is currently the field of research thanks to which more planets have been detected than ever.

Among the successes that have consecrated her in the elite of world astrophysics, the discovery together with an international team of the new planet K2-229b, and the participation in the or-ganization of a new space mission of the ESA called Plato (installation of 24 telescopes that will be taken into orbit to discover new planets of the Earth type and small and close to the Earth).

Francesca is actively engaged in promoting the presence of more women in the STEM subjects, i.e. those related to Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.

She is engaged in various popular actions, aimed at encouraging and accelerating a cultural change in science that promotes equal opportunities and the elimination of stereotypes.

Francesca Vitali

Francesca Vitali is psychologist and Assistant Professor at University of Verona, where she teaches Sport, Exercise and Organizational Psychology. Gender studies are one of her major research agenda. She is Past National President of the Associazione Italiana di Psicologia dello Sport e dell’esercizio (AIPS). Since 2017 she is responsible of the Study Center and relations with the Universities for Assist – Female Athletes National Association. In 2009, she published the book titled “I luoghi della partecipazione. Una ricerca su donne, lavoro e politica” (FrancoAngeli Editore) (En. Tr. The places of participation. A research on women, work and politics).

Giorgia Serughetti

Giorgia Serughetti is a Research Fellow at the Department of Sociology of the University of Milano-Bicocca; she deals with gender and political theory, with particular attention to issues such as prostitution, migration and trafficking and violence against women.

Since 2007 also researcher and project manager with public and private social bodies, in particular the Parsec Association (Rome) and Open Society Foundations (Europe).

She works as trainer on topics such as gender violence, trafficking, migration and correct communication.
Some of her books:
“Libere tutte. Dall’aborto al velo, donne del nuovo millennio” ( “All free. From abortion to veil, women of the new millennium”) (with C. D’Elia, 2017);
“Uomini che pagano le donne: Dalla strada al web, i clienti nel mercato del sesso contemporaneo” (2013) (“Men who pay women: From the street to the web, customers in the contemporary sex market”);
“Chiedo Asilo: essere rifugiato in Italia” (with M. Calloni e S. Marras 2012); (“Asylum seekers: being a refugee in Italy”);
“Consumatori di normalità. Giovani e droghe al tempo della crisi” (with C. Cippitelli, P. Inserra e L. Giacomello, 2013) (“Consumers of normality. Young people and drugs at the time of the crisis”)

Laura Onofri

Laura Onofri, graduated in law , has always been concerned with equality and non-discrimination policies, especially in the workplace.

Since 2010, member of the Piedmont Regional Commission on Equal Opportunities and of the Table “More women in boards and top positions”, set up in 2013 to promote actions that facilitate women’s access to top positions.

Founder and currently presidentof the Committee of Turin of SeNonOraQuando.

Member of the association “LOFFICINA” which deals with the analysis and reporting of gender stereotypes in communication.

Member of the Committee “Sign with us”; Promoter of the proposal for a regional law of popular initiative on the establishment of anti-violence centers with secret shelters.

Collaborates with Amnesty International with which she has implemented awareness programs

She has participated as a speaker and has contributed to the organization of several conferences, meetings, initiatives, seminars and round tables, training courses promoted by: Equal Opportunities Committee of the Piedmont Region, Tavolo Più Donne nei cda, Ordine dei Giornalisti di Torino Ordine degli Avvocati di Torino, Camera Minorile, Comune di Torino, Cirsde, University of  Turin and Padova, Amnesty International, SeNonOraQuando?-Turin, Bodies and Associations on the topics of the Culture of equality in all its aspects, of Human Rights and Equal Opportunities between men and women and of the contrast to every form of discrimination, mobbing and labour law, sexual, psychological and moral harassment in the workplace.

Flavia Perina

Flavia Perina is an Italian journalist, one of the first women to direct a national newspaper (Il Secolo d’Italia) and to co-direct a press agency (AdnKronos).
Active in the promotion of equal opportunities and in the analysis of the gender gap in Italy, to which she dedicated her essay “Senza una donna – Un dialogo su potere, diritti e famiglia nel paese più maschilista d’Europa” (Add publisher).

Today she is a columnist for La Stampa and writes for the online magazine Linkiesta.

She has also dealt with rights and inequalities in her parliamentary experience, between 2006 and 2013, supporting campaigns for inclusion and participating in the mobilizations of Se Non Ora Quando, the women’s rights movement that has moved thousands of women to the streets all over Italy to protest against the lack of equal opportunities.

Udo C. Enwereuzor

Agronomo di formazione, è attualmente responsabile dell’area tematica Migrazioni, minoranze e diritti di cittadinanza del COSPE, con il quale collabora dal 1990.

Dal maggio 2016 a luglio 2017, è stato membro, in qualità di esperto esterno, della Commissione Parlamentare “Jo Cox” sull’intolleranza, la xenofobia, il razzismo e i fenomeni di odio costituita presso la Presidenza della Camera dei Deputati. Dal 1998 al 2001, è stato membro della Commissione per le Politiche di Integrazione degli Immigrati, presso il Dipartimento Affari Sociali della Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri.

Ha coordinato dal 2001 al novembre 2014, l’ufficio italiano (Punto Focale Nazionale) delle reti RAXEN e FRANET costituite dall’Agenzia per i Diritti Fondamentali dell’Unione Europea (FRA). In questa capacità, ha scritto e supervisionato diversi rapporti su razzismo, xenofobia ed intolleranze collegate, in Italia e su vari aspetti del monitoraggio del fenomeno. Dal 1998 al 2002, è stato il rappresentante per l’Italia nel Direttivo dell’European Network Against Racism (ENAR), una rete di piccole associazioni presenti in tutti i paesi dell’UE. Ha ricoperto il ruolo di Responsabile Scientifico dal 2004 al 2008 del Centro di tutela contro le discriminazioni della Provincia Autonoma di Bolzano – Alto Adige.

Svolge una intensa attività di ricerca, formazione e consulenza sulla promozione dei diritti e delle politiche di integrazione delle persone immigrate in Italia; il contrasto delle discriminazioni, razzismo, xenofobia ed intolleranze collegate e dei crimini d’odio (hate crimes) e discorsi d’odio (hate speech).