Roberta Artemisia Campani

Roberta Campani looks after business development at Fair Observer. She studied philosophy, history and linguistics at the University of Bologna before researching the Rwandan genocide. Roberta worked for a few years in an internet start-up as a marketing and business development assistant. She then interned for a year at the Centro Frantz Fanon in Torino, Italy. This experience led her to work as a social worker for the city of Lausanne in Switzerland. Since then, Roberta has worked with several nonprofits and civil society organizations. She now lives in Geneva with her family. In her youth, Roberta was active in theater and photography.

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Should We Now Have the Right to Die?

The first of this two-part article examines the privilege to die on our own terms. This is a personal reflection based on a real-life example of a close family member. I examine the legal, social and historical aspects of assisted suicide in Switzerland. Continue Reading

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