Marco Fasciglione is researcher at the Institute for International Legal Studies of the Italian National Research Council (ISGI – CNR), from 2011. He is also Head assistant at the Faculty of Political Sciences of the University of Naples “L’Orientale” (Chair of International Law, Chair of Human Rights Law; Jean Monnet Chair on Human Rights Protection in the European Union), from 1998.
Marco Fasciglione has fifteen years of experience as researcher, legal adviser and trainer in international law field, with specific experience in international human rights law mechanism, corporate responsibility, migration’s flows regulation, protection of the environment. In these topics, he has developed solid training and advising skills and competencies working for academic institution, public bodies and the private sector. Marco Fasciglione has, also, an extensive experience with PCM evaluation tools and techniques of legislation, public policies, programmes, projects, and tenders in different policy fields. Former legal officer at the European Court of human Rights, Marco Fasciglione is independent expert of the European Commission (DG Justice) for the sectors of Civil justice and Fundamental rights and citizenships. He is author of several papers, comments, reports and other scientific documents. In the same topics he has given lectures at symposia and seminars. Marco Fasciglione experience shows a qualified combination of strong legal analysis and research management skills, excellent drafting skills (both in English ad in French), strong capacities for effective policy analysis, excellent communication skills, and a thorough understanding of human rights issues. In 2002 he has been honoured with the Roberto Marrama Prize “In search of talents”, annually awarded in order to prize young ideas’ entrepreneurs of Southern Italy.
The full CV is accessible at the following site: http://marcofasciglione.wordpress.com/