Antonio Di Casola is an LL.M. candidate at Leiden University, specializing in International Human Rights Law. He is currently writing a thesis on freedom of religion, focusing as a case-study on the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, where he recently spent two months as a Visiting Researcher at the Royal Institute for Inter-Faith Studies. His main areas of study and research are Diplomacy, Law and Religion, Interreligious and Intercultural Dialogue. In 2021, Antonio graduated in Law from Bocconi University, Milan, with a thesis on the Law and Economics of Bilateral Investment Treaties. During his five years at Bocconi, Antonio was founder and president of “Res Ethica”, a student association set up with the aim of generating debate between students and experts on morally controversial current issues. Through the association, Antonio moderated debates on Ethics, Bioethics, Politics, Law and Religion, with the participation of decision-makers, judges of the Italian Constitutional Court and the European Court of Human Rights, religious leaders from various denominations, and internationally renowned scientists. He also spent a semester as an exchange student at the University of Amsterdam and a semester as a Research Fellow at the Permanent Observer Mission of the Holy See to the United Nations Office and Specialized Agencies in Geneva.