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|543029g||Colloquium EU Law||Arbeitsgemeinschaft||Spring semester 2022|
2012 to 2018: Law studies at the University of Trieste in Italy. Final thesis on the European jurisprudence of the Federal Constitutional Court.
Academic year 2015/ 2016: Erasmus+ at the Law Faculty of the University of Montpellier in France.
Autumn semester 2017: Research stay at the Albert-Ludwigs University in Freiburg (Germany) to conduct research for the final thesis.
2019 to 2020: Master in European Political and Governance Studies at the College of Europe in Bruges (Belgium).
February to August 2021: Policy and research assistant at the NGO FEANTSA -European Federation of national organisations working with the homeless in Brussels (Belgium).
Since September 2021: Research assistant and PhD student at the Chair of European Law (Prof. Dr. Anna Katharina Mangold, LL. M. [Cambridge]).
Research interests: European law, social rights, migration law
Family allowances only for long-term residents? CJEU and Italian Constitutional Court rule that childbirth and maternity allowances cannot depend on discriminative criteria of long-term residence, BlogDUE, 14.04.2022: https://www.aisdue.eu/anna-kompatscher-family-allowances-only-for-long-term-residents-cjeu-and-italian-constitutional-court-rule-that-childbirth-and-maternity-allowances-cannot-depend-on-discriminative-criteria-of-long-t/
Stating the Obvious. In X v. Poland the ECtHR finds that refusing child custody cannot be based on the sexual orientation of a parent, Verfassungsblog, 09.11.2021: https://verfassungsblog.de/stating-the-obvious/
Begging as a human right? – challenging the penalisation of begging in the EU in light of the recent Lăcătuş v. Switzerland case, Housing Rights Watch, 01.07.2021: https://www.housingrightswatch.org/content/begging-human-right-%E2%80%93-challenging-penalisation-begging-eu-light-recent-l%C4%83c%C4%83tu%C5%9F-v-switzerland
Will the Renovation Wave leave Europe’s poorest on the shore?, Euractiv, 02.06.2021: https://www.euractiv.com/section/energy-environment/opinion/will-the-renovation-wave-leave-europes-poorest-on-the-shore/