Alessandra Ballerini

Alessandra ballerini is a lawyer specializing in human rights and immigration, she defends the families of Giulio Regeni, Mario Paciolla, Andy Rocchelli, Nadia De Munari, Michele Colosio, Italian citizens, human rights defenders, killed abroad.
She is a member of "Avvocati di Strada" for the protection of homeless citizens and is an observer of the Antigone association that works for the rights of persons deprived of their liberty. As a consultant to the Senate's "Human Rights Commission," she participated in the 2006 drafting of the White Paper on Cpta (Centers for Temporary Permanence and Assistance).
Together with colleagues from the "Genoa Legal Forum," she followed the compensation cases of some pacifist protesters injured during the 2001 Genoa G8, as well as appeals against the expulsions of foreign protesters.
She is the author, together with Paola Deffendi and Claudio Regeni, of the book "Giulio does things" (Feltrinelli, 2020). With Alessandro Benna, she wrote "Il muro invisibile" (Fratelli Frilli, 2002) and, together with other colleagues of the Genoa Legal Forum, she participated in the writing of the book "Dalla parte del torto." In 2013 with Melampo editions he published the book "La vita ti sia lieve. storie di migranti ed altri esclusi."

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