For Amnesty International
Abusive labour migration policies: Submission to the UN Committee on Migrant Workers’ day of general discussion on workplace exploitation and workplace protection, 7 April 2014 (Index: IOR 42/002/2014), April 2014.
Volevamo braccia e sono arrivati uomini: Sfruttamento lavorativo dei braccianti agricoli migranti in Italia (Index: EUR 30/021/2012), December 2012.
Exploited labour: Migrant workers in Italy’s agricultural sector (Index: EUR 30/020/2012), December 2012.
Italy: The regularization should protect the rights of migrants (Index: EUR 30/012/2012), September 2012.
Bringing power to justice: Absence of immunity for heads of state before the International Criminal Court (Index: IOR 53/017/2010), December 2010.
Commissioning justice: Truth commissions and criminal justice (Index: POL 30/004/2010), April 2010.
Nepal: Joint Memorandum on the Disappearances of Persons (Crime and Punishment) Bill, August 2009.
Liberia: Towards the final phase of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (Index: AFR 34/002/2008), July 2008.
Kenya: Concerns about the Truth, Justice and Reconciliation Commission Bill (Index: AFR 32/009/2008), May 2008.
Nepal: Reconciliation does not mean impunity –A memorandum on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Bill (Index: ASA 31/006/2007), August 2007 .
Truth, justice and reparation: Establishing an effective truth commission (Index: POL 30/009/2007), June 2007.
Liberia: A brief guide to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (Index: AFR 34/007/2006), November 2006.
Liberia: Truth, Justice and Reparation- Memorandum on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Act (Index: AFR 34/005/2006), June 2006.
The Human Rights of Migrants as Limitations on States’ Control Over Entry and Stay in Their Territory, EJIL: Talk! [blog of the European Journal of International Law], 21 May 2015.
“Victimes et bourreaux : questions de responsabilité liées à la problématique des enfants-soldats en Afrique”, International Review of the Red Cross, no. 852, December 2003.
“La prevenzione dei conflitti e le ONG”, Affari Esteri, Vol. XXXIII, No. 132, Autumn 2001.
Moving away from the South African model: Amnesties and prosecutions in the practice of 40 truth commissions, presented at the Oxford Transitional Justice Research Seminar, University of Oxford, 25 January 2010.
Stefan Rother, Interview on the #GFMD in Sweden: “Limited civil society participation a huge missed opportunity for governments”, The GFMD, Migration Development and Human Rights blog, 22 April 2014.