Giovanni Gruni

Giovanni Gruni is a DPhil candidate at Faculty of Law of the University of Oxford and a participant in the Oxford Martin Program on the Future of Food. Since 2013 he is also Academic Assistant at the Department of Legal Studies of the College of Europe. He holds an LLM in EU law from the European University Institute and a masters degree in law from the University of Florence. Giovanni was a trainee at the World Trade Organization and attended non-degree programs at the Hague Academy of International Law, the University of Cambridge and the Summer Academy of Global Food Law and Policy.(https://twitter.com/giovannigruni) Publications: G Gruni “Going from One Extreme to the Other: Food Security and Export Restrictions in the EU–CARIFORUM Economic Partnership Agreement” (2013) 19 European Law Journal. |Giovanni Gruni is a DPhil candidate at Faculty of Law of the University of Oxford and a participant in the Oxford Martin Program on the Future of Food. Since 2013 he is also Academic Assistant at the Department of Legal Studies of the College of Europe. He holds an LLM in EU law from the European University Institute and a masters degree in law from the University of Florence. Giovanni was a trainee at the World Trade Organization and attended non-degree programs at the Hague Academy of International Law, the University of Cambridge and the Summer Academy of Global Food Law and Policy.(https://twitter.com/giovannigruni) Publications: G Gruni “Going from One Extreme to the Other: Food Security and Export Restrictions in the EU–CARIFORUM Economic Partnership Agreement” (2013) 19 European Law Journal. |Giovanni Gruni is a DPhil candidate at Faculty of Law of the University of Oxford and a participant in the Oxford Martin Program on the Future of Food. Since 2013 he is also Academic Assistant at the Department of Legal Studies of the College of Europe. He holds an LLM in EU law from the European University Institute and a masters degree in law from the University of Florence. Giovanni was a trainee at the World Trade Organization and attended non-degree programs at the Hague Academy of International Law, the University of Cambridge and the Summer Academy of Global Food Law and Policy.(https://twitter.com/giovannigruni) Publications: G Gruni “Going from One Extreme to the Other: Food Security and Export Restrictions in the EU–CARIFORUM Economic Partnership Agreement” (2013) 19 European Law Journal. |Giovanni Gruni is a DPhil candidate at Faculty of Law of the University of Oxford and a participant in the Oxford Martin Program on the Future of Food. Since 2013 he is also Academic Assistant at the Department of Legal Studies of the College of Europe. He holds an LLM in EU law from the European University Institute and a masters degree in law from the University of Florence. Giovanni was a trainee at the World Trade Organization and attended non-degree programs at the Hague Academy of International Law, the University of Cambridge and the Summer Academy of Global Food Law and Policy.(https://twitter.com/giovannigruni) Publications: G Gruni “Going from One Extreme to the Other: Food Security and Export Restrictions in the EU–CARIFORUM Economic Partnership Agreement” (2013) 19 European Law Journal.

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The Missing Human Rights Impact Assessment of European Union Free Trade Agreements

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