Bianca Benvenuti

Research area: 
Expertise: 
Migration
Kurdish question
Turkey

Bianca Benvenuti worked as a Junior Researcher in the Turkey & Neighbourhood programme at IAI. She holds a MA in International Relations from the University of Rome3. She was an intern at the Democratic Progress Institute in London. Prior to joining IAI, she did a six-month research at the Istanbul Policy Centre (IPC). Her research interests include EU-Turkey relations, the migration crisis, EU’s externalization policy as well as the history and politics of the Kurdish issue. She published articles for Reset-DOC, AffarInternazionali and ResearchTurkey.

FEUTURE EU 28 Country Report: Italy

Bianca Benvenuti
Cologne, University of Cologne, March 2017, 8 p.
In: FEUTURE Papers

One Year On: An Assessment of the EU-Turkey Statement on Refugees

Ilke Toygür, Bianca Benvenuti
Roma, IAI, March 2017, 16 p.
In: IAI Working Papers

The Refugee Debate in Central and Eastern Europe

Bianca Benvenuti
Roma, IAI, March 2017, 6 p.
In: Documenti IAI

The Migration Paradox and EU-Turkey Relations

Bianca Benvenuti
Roma, IAI, January 2017, 22 p.
In: IAI Working Papers

Does the EU-Turkey Migration Deal Represent a Model to be Replicated in Other Contexts?

Bianca Benvenuti
Roma, IAI, January 2017, 9 p.
In: Documenti IAI

The EU-Turkey Deal and Its Implications for the Asylum Capacities of EU Border Countries

Bianca Benvenuti
Roma, IAI, November 2016, 6 p.
In: Documenti IAI

The Humanitarian Dimension of the Refugee Crisis in Turkey

Bianca Benvenuti
Roma, IAI, July 2016, 3 p.
In: Global Turkey in Europe