Raffaele Cadin is Associate Professor of International Law (with qualification for Full Professor in the SSD IUS/13) at the Department of Political Sciences of Sapienza where he teaches “International Law”, “International Organization” and “International Law of Economy and Development”.
Graduated with honors, with thesis in International Law, at the Faculty of Political Sciences, specialized with honors in Law and Economics of the European Communities at the Faculty of Economics, PhD in International Law, with a very positive final evaluation, at the Faculty of Jurisprudence (always at Sapienza University), he held an internship at the United Nations in New York (International Law Codification Office).
Teacher of several Masters and training and specialization courses, directs the Master in “International protection of human rights Maria Rita Saulle” and the High Level Training Course “The role of women in peace processes and in the mediation of conflicts for human rights” of the Sapienza University of Rome. He has participated, also as principal investigator, in various research projects at national and international level and has held seminars and participated in conferences in many Italian and foreign universities, including the Carlos III of Madrid, the University of Cordoba, the Nacional of La Plata, the Carthage of Tunis.
He has edited volumes and written monographs and scientific publications in various sectors and fields of international law, in particular on collective security, human rights, international organization, international development law and international terrorism. He is a member of the editorial board of various scientific journals, including the “Focus Africa” of “federalismi.it” and “International Order and Human Rights”, for which he is also responsible for the “Observatory on the Security Council”. Within the HABITABLE Project, he participates in the activities of WP6.