Giovanni Carlo Bruno is a CNR Researcher since 2001, belonging to IRISS since 2014. He is a resercher in International Law.
He graduated in Political Science, specialized on political-international issues.
His main scientific interests relate to international and European human rights law, with particular reference to the protection of vulnerable groups (persons deprived of personal liberty, migrants). Numerous essays have been published in Italian and foreign magazines and volumes.
From 2008 to 2014, he has been responsible for the activities of the Institute of International Legal Studies (ISGI-CNR) for the Progetto Migrazioni (Intesa MIUR-CNR). He participated to numerous multidisciplinary projects, carrying out studies on their legal and international aspects (eg.Disciplina, salvaguardia e tutela giuridica delle aree protette in Campania: un attrattore per la promozione e lo sviluppo del territorio. L’attività di pesca turismo nell’AMP “Regno di Nettuno” (2007-2014); “Gestione integrata della fascia marina costiera: verso un modello di governance multilivello, trasparente e partecipata delle attività di pesca” (2007-2014); “TECA, Tecnologia e Cultura” (2014-2016). Since 2016, he is responsible for IRISS’ activitis on ‘Migration and Development’ .
From 2012 to 2014, he served as Legal and Human Rights Advisor to the European External Action Service of the European Union (Delegation of the European Union to the Council of Europe) – END Seconded National Expert.
Since 2007, he was a member of the board of editorial staff of the multidisciplinary legal periodical Diritti Umani e diritto internazionale. The periodical is listed among the most important legal periodicals by the Italian Evaluation Agency (ANVUR).From 2007 to 2011, he was responsible for the editorial staff of the same periodical.
Giovanni Carlo Bruno is an offical evaluator included in the CINECA and REPRISE lists for the assessment of scientific (legal) research projects.
Since 2015, he is a member of the Council of IRISS.