Francesa Rinaldi & Giulia Monteleone

Project Manager, Laboratory for Effective Anti-Poverty Policies & Director, Bocconi University & Poliferie

About Francesa Rinaldi & Giulia Monteleone

Francesca has a background in economics and philosophy, and currently studies at the Paris School of Economics and works as project manager at the Laboratory for Effective Anti-Poverty Policies at Bocconi University.

Giulia has a background in international relations and development studies, and her past experiences range in different fields, from journalism to academia and consulting. She joined Poliferie as a volunteer in 2019 and stepped up as Head of the organization to support its scale-up since 2021. As a volunteer in Poliferie, Francesca coordinates internal activities of the Impact Evaluation team.

The views expressed by them are personal and do not represent those of their organisations.

Stakeholder Group

Academia NGO/Civil Society

Intro Content

COVID-19 Recovery Digital Inclusion Education & Skills Intergenerational Solidarity

School-to-Work Transition: Wrong skills, wrong choices—whose fault?

Navigating the school-to-work transition presents youth with significant challenges, from unequal information about opportunities to rapidly transforming skills. To help young people thrive in the workplace, governments, employers, NGOs and education institutions need to bridge these gaps. Banner: Shutterstock/Raul Mellado Ortiz

Influencer Of


Channels contributed to:

Digitalisation Work & Skills Equal Opportunities COVID-19 Crisis

Rooms participated in:

The School-to-Work Transition