Ludovica Poli is Senior Assistant Professor of International Law at the University of Turin (licensed Associate Professor of International Law in 2018). In the Department of Law she teaches Public International Law and European Court on Human Rights’ case law. She holds a PhD in Public International Law (2008), a Master Degree in Peacekeeping Management (2004) and a Master Degree in Bioethics and Clinical Ethics (2016). Her research focuses on human rights law, but she has also explored other fields of international law, including humanitarian law, international criminal law, and the law of international organizations. Her main publications deal with the role of regional organizations in peace and security maintenance; the responsibility to protect and humanitarian intervention; women rights, gender and sex crimes in international law; bioethics and human rights. Ludovica is member of the Italian Society of International Law (SIDI); the Italian Society for International Organization (SIOI); the International Institute of Humanitarian Law (IIHL) and the Interdisciplinary Center for Research and Studies of Women and Gender of the University of Turin (CIRSDE).