École Universitaire Internationale’s Research and Higher Education Institute in Peace and Security studies (based in Rome, Italy), provides programs mainly in the fields of Operational Intelligence, Hostage Negotiation, Psychological Operations, and Operational Counterterrorism.
All of the Institute’s programs have two types of audiences: students and practitioners. Practitioners attending the Institute include police, military, and intelligence officials. A wide range of students come to the Institute from diverse backgrounds, which pose the same challenges of any large university setting.
Sabrina Magris is the President of École Universitaire Internationale, research and training institute in Peace and Security studies placed in Rome, Italy. Prof. Magris is a Lecturer in operational intelligence, counterterrorism, hostage negotiation, and psychological operation. Sabrina is a NATO subject matter expert, a consultant for the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) Presence in Albania and served as supervising instructor for the Certificate of Training in United Nations Peace Support Operations provided by the U.S. Peace Operations Training Institute. She has developed new training methods and programs for practitioners, military, and police forces internationally and presents her research internationally.
Martina Grassi is École Universitaire Internationale Head of International Activities, research and training institute in peace and security studies. She is a lecturer in Counterterrorism, Security, Apathetic Aggressiveness. Martina’s academic interests lie in Women, Peace and Security, Violence, Abuse, Security. During the COVID-19 Pandemic, she served as the Universitaire’s online lessons producer and developed specific remote teaching methods. She holds a M.Sc. in Criminology from Leicester, U.K., a M.A. in Evaluation and Intervention in Cases of Child Abuse and Pedophilia from Modena and Reggio-Emilia University, and a Bachelor in Sociology and Criminology from Alma Mater Studiorum.