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Gianluca Sgueo – New York University Global Professor; Policy Analyst at European Parliament and Department Director at I-Com
Gianluca Sgueo (Phd in Public Law, MA in Administrative and Public Law, LLM in European Public Law) is New York University Global Professor at New York University – Florence, where he teaches “Media Activism and Democracy“. He is Adjunct Professor in “Global Advocacy” and “Gamification in Politics, Advocacy and the Business Sector” at the Vesalius College, in Brussels. He teaches “Civil Society Advocacy” at the University of St. Gallen, in Switzerland. He is Scientific Coordinator of the Master Program in “Economy and Management of the Public Sector” at the Sole24Ore Business School, and Coordinator of the module on “Political Participation” of the School of Politics of LUISS School of Government and Sole24Ore Business School. His professional background includes several experiences in the public sector. From 2011 to 2013 he was the Head of Communication of the Italian Government; in 2014/2015 he was Coordinator of the Italian Task Force on Youth Policies for the Italian Presidency of the EU Semester. From 2014 to 2020 he was Policy Analyst at the Parliamentary Research of the European Parliament. From 2021 he is Policy Advisor at the Minister for the Technological Innovation and Digital Transition.
The main goal of the Commission is to seek innovative profiles of urban space through digital technologies, participatory democracy, and open data. The Commission focuses on the protection of the archaeological and topographical heritage with