nEUres Scientific Committee

Vanessa Roghi

Vanessa Roghi, historian, is the author of documentaries for La Grande Storia of Rai Tre. She has taught Contemporary History at the University Roma Tre, History and TV in the Faculty of Letters of the Sapienza University of Rome and studies the history of culture. For Laterza she published La lettera sovversiva. Da don Milani a De Mauro, il potere delle parole (2017), Piccola città. Una storia comune di eroina (2018) and Lezioni di fantastica. Storia di Gianni Rodari (2020).


Mauro Sarrica

Associate professor of social psychology at the Department of Communication and Social Research, Sapienza University of Rome, where he teaches Social & Communication psychology and Peace psychology.
Interested in socio-constructivist and societal approaches to social psychology, his studies in Peace Psychology investigate the social and cultural dimensions of pacifism and reconciliation processes. Author of national and international scientific publications on these topics, invited scholar at University of GenevaSocial Issue Research Centre (Oxford), ISCTE (Lisbon), Monash University (Melbourne) and University of Pécs (Hungary). He organised (in collaboration with the UNICEF Office of Research in Florence, Associazione Italiana di Psicologia and the International Committee for the Psychological Study of Peace) the 15th International Symposium on the Contributions of Psychology to Peace.


Camilla Brunelli

Camilla Brunelli is an Italian historian and a specialist in German studies. Since 2002 she is a director of the Museo della Deportazione in the Italian city Prato. Experienced Director with a demonstrated history of working in the museums and institutions industry. Skilled in Research, Museum Collections, Fundraising, Museums, and History. Strong professionist with a degree focused in Lingue e Letterature moderne from Università degli Studi di Firenze.
National Councillor of ANED (National Association of Former Deportees in Nazi Camps) and Scientific coordinator for the project ‘Pietre d’inciampo’ (European project of the artist Gunter Denmig).


Edgard Vega

Professor of Social Sciences and Philosophy at Universidad Antonio Ruiz de Montoya (Peru) and Master’s Degree in International Studies in Peace, Conflict and Development at the Jaume I University (Castellón de la Plana). He has participated in socio-educational projects in Peru with groups at risk of exclusion and has coordinated workshops on education and communication for peace and conflict transformation for Syrian refugees in Turkey. He currently collaborates with the Center Delàs in various activities and campaigns in the Valencian Country and is a researcher on militarism, armed conflicts and peace.


Arés Perceval

Graduated in Arab and Hebrews Studies at the University of Barcelona (UB). Postgraduate studies in African Societies (CEA-UPF) and Master in International Relations (IBEI-UPF). She also collaborates with the Universitat internacional de la Pau (Unipau).


Petru-Flavius Bozu

Director of the Museum of the Highland Banat from Resita since 2018, PhD in Roman weapons and military equipment from Banat. Coordinator of the activity of the Museum, Master in Interdisciplinary Archaeology, expert in professional, scientific and technical activities. As a Cultural facilities manager he took care of the implementation of the decisions adopted at the level of the Ministry of Youth and Sports.


Simon Ferenc

Chairman of the BGRGS (Bethlen Gábor Reformed Grammar School) in Hódmezővásárhely since 2007.
As of 1985 he’s been teacher , head of Library and Director with a particular keen to the Civil sector being Board member of Foundation of Knowledge.
Experienced in Leadership training and library and school management with study tours in Norway, Iceland, Spain, Cyprus and Lithuania.


Vicko Marelić

PhD in history at the University of Vienna since 2016, excellent researcher with archive work in London, Paris, Rome, Berlin, Vienna, Trieste, Rijeka and USA. Areas of academic research as Memory realms and identity in Central Europe, now presenting PhD project to other students, fellowship holders and other researchers, with active participation in discussions, workshops and symposiums, organising conferences related to historical, cultural and political events.


Alberto Alemanno

Alberto Alemanno is a lawyer and Associate Professor of Law at HEC Paris where he holds a Jean Monnet Chair in EU Law and Risk Regulation. He has been teaching Global Risk Regulation as an adjunct professor at Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, D.C, United States since 2011. Before entering academia, he clerked at the Court of Justice of the European Union, worked as Teaching Assistant at the College of Europe in Bruges and qualified as an attorney at law in New York in 2004.


Daniele Taurino

Daniele Taurino

Project Coordinator

Graduated in Philosophy at the Sapienza University with a thesis on Carlo Michelstaedter, he is part of the Nonviolent Movement, he is one of the founders and responsible for the Territorial Centre of the Roman Coast and is the coordinator of the "youth" group of the Nonviolent Movement.