Silvia Talavera Lodos is a Ph.D. student in European Law (PhD programme in Human Rights and Global Politics) at Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies in Pisa, Italy. Her research interests focuses on the social rights framework, migrants rights and local governance.
She holds a Double Degree in Law and Business Economics from the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and a Master's degree in Law and a Master's degree in Human Rights, Democracy and Globalisation from the Open University of Catalunya.
Before starting her Ph.D., Silvia has worked as Research Assistant for Amnesty International and as Assistant Public Officer for the Delegation of the Government of the Canary Islands in Brussels..
“The (mis)balance between Human Rights and Security in the EU Migration Agenda” Sant'Anna Legal Studies (STALS) Seminar “The European Union at a Crossroads: Interdisciplinary Perspectives”, School Sant’Anna of Advanced Studies, November 6th, 2023.
“Decentralisation, Cities and Social Rights for Undocumented Migrants” Sant'Anna Legal Studies (STALS) seminar “Doctoral Talks”, School Sant’Anna of Advanced Studies, September 20th, 2023.
“The Impact of Decentralization on Access to Social Rights for Undocumented Migrants in EU Cities: A Comparative Analysis” Koç University seminar during the Summer School “Cities and International Migration: Themes, Concepts, Approaches”, July 26th, 2023.
“Spanish Government’s Response to the war in Ukraine: Double Standards for Asylum Seekers?” University of London, Refugee Law Initiative Annual Conference, June, 21st23rd, 2023.
“Right to Shelter in Spain: inside Foreigners detention Centres” Institut Convergences Migration, workshop “Comparing everyday bordering in migrants’ access to social services: scope, practices and resistance”, June 19th20th, 2023