Cristiano Barducci was born in Siena on 18 September 1989. He holds a Master Degree in Law at Bologna University with a dissertation in European Union Law about the regulation of lobbying activities in comparison with U.S.A. discipline, with an experience as intern at Juvenile Court of Bologna.
He took part in Erasmus-LLP at Leuven University (Belgium), where he focused his activity on European Integration issues and the analysis of European Common Foreign and Security Policy. The interest for transitional justice and international cooperation brought him first in Sarajevo, within a project of J.Hopkins University about the role of International Organizations in a post-conflict context, then in Tanzania, to provide assistance to children with disabilities.
At Yucom he is involved in projects about privatization scandals, disclosure of information of public importance, LGBT rights. Currently he works as freelancer journalist.
He speaks English.