"Antisemitism in Italy: A Never Ending Trend and its New Waves" - Agenfor International

“Antisemitism in Italy: A Never Ending Trend and its New Waves”


By Viviana Gullo

The OSINT Reports Series, of which this report constitutes the first release, has been developed with the aim of providing an overview of the potential applications, on a European scale, of open-source research and analysis methodologies in prevention and mitigation activities directed against a range of potential threats. Each report in the OSINT Reports Series will provide insights, gathered through open source intelligence, concerning a potential threat identified by Agenfor International Foundation with the support of public and private partners.

Find our second release below on Antisemitism in Italy: “A Never Ending Trend and its New Waves”, thoroughly explored by our Junior Project Manager and OSINT Analyst Viviana Gullo!



Agenfor International Foundation is a not for profit network aiming to work in the over-lapping contexts of development, humanitarian crises and human rights. Our goal is to ensure Security through a better protection of human rights and  socio-political participation with a particular focus on minorities, prisoners and other vulnerable groups. We are active in the field of counter-radicalization with training courses and research activities addressing the needs of first-line practitioners from the public and private sectors all around Europe. We periodically plan proposals in the field of security, human rights and international cooperation to EU and other international funds with the support of an extended partnership that comprises all 28 EU countries, Switzerland and Turkey.



Viviana Gullo works as a Junior Project Manager and OSINT Analyst with Agenfor International Foundation. Previously she worked as an intern and research assistant for the Ludwig Boltzmann Institut für Menschenrechte of Vienna and as a volunteer in the framework of the European Solidarity Corps for the Point Information Jeunesse of Moulins-sur-l’Allier. She holds a Master’s in European Legal Studies and a Bachelor’s in International Relations, Development and Cooperation, both from the University of Turin. During her Master, she also cooperated with the Strategic Litigation: International Human Rights Legal Clinic and the Human Rights and Migration Law Clinic.