Giulia works as Policy Advisor for the Climate Governance Programme. Her work focuses on intersectional issues of inclusion, social justice and just transition.
Before joining ECCO, Giulia Colafrancesco has mainly worked in the UK within the area of sustainable urban environments. In this framework, she had the chance to work with a vast range of stakeholders, from local councilors, businesses and enterprises, civil society organizations and more. Here, she became familiar and experimented with participatory approaches and community engagement techniques. In particular, Giulia spent the last two years working on active and sustainable travel projects as well as projects on equity, diversity and inclusion.
After a BA in Political Science, Giulia obtained her first Master degree in International Relations in 2015. Following this experience, she graduated at SOAS University of London with a MSc in Migration, Mobility and Development. After a break from the academic world, Giulia is pursuing and MSc in Sustainable Food and Natural Resource with the Centre for Alternative Technology in Wales, in partnership with Liverpool John Moore University.