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Valentina Colombo
Valentina Colombo

Valentina Colombo teaches Geopolitics of the Islamic World at the European University, Rome and Plural Islam at Ateneo Pontificio Regina Apostolorum, Rome. She is Senior Fellow at the European Foundation for Democracy, Brussels.  She is member of the Board of Guarini Institute for Public Affairs at John Cabot University, Rome; member of the scientific board of the Center Di-con-per Donne, University Tor Vergata, Rome; member of the scientific board of the Institute of high Studies for Women, Rome. After graduating in Arabic Language and Literature from Cattolica University, Milan, she earned a PhD in Islamic Studies from Istituto Universitario Orientale, Naples. She has been a member of Comitato per l'Islam Italiano, Ministry of Interior. She has published various studies on Islam, intellectuals and civil liberties. Her research focuses on the plurality of the Islamic world: radical Islam vs liberal intellectuals, radical Islam vs women's rights.
 

COLUMNISTS
Valentina Colombo
Valentina Colombo

Valentina Colombo teaches Geopolitics of the Islamic World at the European University, Rome and Plural Islam at Ateneo Pontificio Regina Apostolorum, Rome. She is Senior Fellow at the European Foundation for Democracy, Brussels.  She is member of the Board of Guarini Institute for Public Affairs at John Cabot University, Rome; member of the scientific board of the Center Di-con-per Donne, University Tor Vergata, Rome; member of the scientific board of the Institute of high Studies for Women, Rome. After graduating in Arabic Language and Literature from Cattolica University, Milan, she earned a PhD in Islamic Studies from Istituto Universitario Orientale, Naples. She has been a member of Comitato per l'Islam Italiano, Ministry of Interior. She has published various studies on Islam, intellectuals and civil liberties. Her research focuses on the plurality of the Islamic world: radical Islam vs liberal intellectuals, radical Islam vs women's rights.
 

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Thursday, 24 July 2014

The opinions of those who live with terrorism on a daily basis should not be overlooked or underestimated

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