Martina Micozzi


Martina Micozzi is a master’s student currently enrolled in the International Joint Master’s in Security, Intelligence, and Strategic Studies. She possesses a strong interest in human rights, international security, politics, and the threat of authoritarian governments on citizens’ rights, freedom, and justice. Her current specialization areas include European and International Human Rights Law, Conflict, Security, and Peacebuilding, as well as Intelligence and Security Analysis.

Martina graduated from the University of Rome Tor Vergata, where she pursued a degree in Global Governance, specializing in Political Science, Law, and History. During her bachelor’s degree, she focused on Fundamental Rights, International Law, and International Relations and Cooperation. As part of the Erasmus program, she studied at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Martina also gained experience as an intern at JETOR Consulting, where she held positions as Project Management Specialist and Team-events Representative.

Furthermore, Martina has a diverse academic background, having spent one year as an exchange student in Canada during high school, where she obtained an honor diploma. She will be participating in the University of Cádiz Summer School on Migration, Border Security, and Human Rights and will also serve as an intern at the OIIP – Austrian Institute for International Affairs, focusing on research areas such as democracy and human rights, autocratization, and foreign security policy.