Maria Vittoria Salvatori

Maria Vittoria Salvatori has a background in Economics and Politics, graduating from the University of Exeter in 2014. She obtained her LLB in 2017 from the School of Oriental and African Studies, while working as a paralegal in Asylum Law. Maria Vittoria is currently studying for an LLM in Human Rights, Justice and Conflict. Her main research interests are international criminal law and human rights law


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Beyond Fortress Europe

The theory and policy of European border control

The implicit link between immigration and crime has found its way into the political mainstream in Europe, write lawyers Laetitia Sanchez Incera and Maria Vittoria Salvatori. Safeguarding the individual becomes a challenge to the ‘politics of fear’.

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