PhD in Psychological Sciences and Techniques at the University of Turin
Social worker , Neutravel Project , Chemical Sisters
Diletta Polleri, PhD in Psychological Sciences and Techniques at the University of Turin, is currently completing her specialisation in Community Psychology at the University of Padua. She has been working as a social worker in the world of Harm Reduction for Neutravel Project for almost four years. In the city of Turin she had the opportunity to combine work and political activism by carrying out advocacy activities for the protection of the rights of people who use drugs in the transfeminist and anti-prohibitionist collective Chemical Sisters. One of the topics related to her training is gender discrimination, with particular attention to the declinations that these can take on within the world of nightlife and in relation to the use of psychoactive substances.