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Stefano MANSERVISI Director-General, DG DEVCO - Directorate-General for International Cooperation and Development, European Commission, Brussels

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1973-1979 Law Degree. University of Bologna. Law Faculty (Bologna, Italy).
1979 Study Certificate on European Organisations. University of Strasbourg. International Faculty of Comparative Law, Strasbourg, France
1979-1980 Post Graduate - Specialised Higher Studies Diploma (DESS) on « International Administration ». University of Paris I Panthéon Sorbonne (Paris, France).
1979-1980 Diploma from the Centre for Studies on the European Communities. University of Paris I Panthéon Sorbonne, Paris, France
1980-1981 Lawyer. Castagnetti Associates law firm (Bologna, Italy).
1981-1983 « A » Official at the Italian Institute for Foreign Trade, Roma. Directorate Cooperation with developing countries and relations with International Organisation
1983-1987 Administrator. Directorate-General for Agriculture.
1987-1991 Administrator, Directorate-General for Development (ex DG VIII).
1991-1992 Principal Administrator, Member of Cabinet to Vice-President Pandolfi.
1993 Head of Unit Finances in the then DG VIII (later: DEV, DEVCO).
1993-1995 Member of Cabinet then Deputy Head of Cabinet to Commissioner R. VannidArchirafi.
1995-2000 Deputy Head then Head of Cabinet to Commissioner Monti.
2000-2001 Deputy Head of Cabinet to President Romano Prodi.
2001-2004 Head of Cabinet to President Romano Prodi.
2004-2010 Director General of DG Development and Relations with Africa, Caribbean, Pacific States (DEV)
2010- 2014 Director-General of Directorate General Home Affairs (HOME).
 EU Delegation to Turkey
2014-2014 Ambassador, Head of Delegation,
2014-2016 Head of Cabinet Federica Mogherini, Vice-President of the European Commission, High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy
since 2016 Director General of Directorate General for International Cooperation and Development (DEVCO)

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since 2003 Visiting Professor. College of Europe, Parma European College (Parma, Italy).
1982-1982 Fellowship. Academy of International Law (The Hague, The Netherlands).
1980-1980 Fellowship. UNESCO, Department of Legal Affairs (Paris, France).