Giulio Calcara


Lecturer and Researcher in international law, transnational criminal law, police cooperation, policing, and INTERPOL

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My name is Dr Giulio Calcara,
I am an Italian citizen, and I am currently working as a lecturer and researcher at the University of Eastern Finland.

Most of my research focuses on transnational criminal law, human rights, international police cooperation, and INTERPOL. I have presented my research in several academic and governmental conferences. Further, I have published several peer-reviewed articles and acted as a reviewer and a peer reviewer for academic journals of major publishing houses such as Brill, Oxford University Press, Routledge, Sage, Springer, and Wiley-Blackwell.

I have acted as an expert on international police cooperation and human rights in several instances. For example, I have been in charge of reviewing a report commissioned by the European Parliament concerning INTERPOL´s activities and their impact on human rights (at the request of the Trans European Policy Studies Association). Additionally, I have given interviews on human rights and international police cooperation for international media such as the Wall Street Journal and the ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation). I have also been requested to provide expert opinion on the legal value of an INTERPOL red notice for the Canadian Judicial system (at the request of the immigration law firm Green and Spiegel LLP in Toronto). My publications on INTERPOL are considered influential in my field, and I have been cited and quoted in relevant academic works and international and governmental reports. One of my publication has also been quoted by the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in the pivotal case El Omari v. International Criminal Police Organization  (2022).


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