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Giulia Torchio
Junior Policy Analyst
Giulia Torchio is a Junior Policy Analyst in the Europe’s Political Economy Programme at the European Policy Centre.

She is a recent graduate of the University of Amsterdam, with an MA in European Studies and a focus on the internal policy of the EU. Giulia has a strong interest in privacy and data protection, which she further explored in her thesis on the social and legal implications of Web 3.0 technologies for EU data subjects.

Prior to joining the EPC, Giulia worked as an assistant to the Head of the International Relations department at the American University of Rome, and as a summer intern for the US Federal Trade Commission. She was also part of the Amsterdam chapter of the student-led policy incubator "European Horizons", to which she contributed on transatlantic privacy matters.


Europe’s Political Economy


Areas of expertise

EU digital policy, internet paradigms, artificial intelligence, transatlantic relations

Current positions

Junior Policy Analyst


BA (Hons) in International Relations and Global Politics at the American University of Rome, Italy
MA in European Studies (European policy track) at the Universiteit van Amsterdam, The Netherlands


Italian, English, Spanish (intermediate)



Healing Bytes: Navigating the rewards and risks of smart worlds for health
By Danielle Brady , Giulia Torchio - 08/07/2024
Artificial Intelligence / POLICY BRIEF
Going beyond the AI Act: Time for a more holistic approach across Europe?
By Tommaso Grossi , Giulia Torchio , Auriane Técourt - 18/06/2024
Artificial Intelligence / DISCUSSION PAPER
AI and the future of work: Linking generative AI with social, economic, and labour market policies
By Tommaso Grossi , Giulia Torchio , Auriane Técourt - 12/03/2024

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