Adele De Stefani is an anthropologist specialized in medical and social anthropology. She holds a PhD in Intercultural Humanistic Studies and a postgraduate Master in International Cooperation and New Citizenship. From 2010 to 2018, in the city of Bologna, she worked in the field of active citizenship on the topics of health, community building, migration and social inclusion. From 2018 to 2019 she was employed in services dedicated to asylum seekers and refugees for the City and Province of Bologna. She has been collaborating with Faber/ISRAA since the beginning of 2019. Her activity consists in writing, implementing and managing EU projects that deploy innovative approaches to health, care and social inclusion of older people and developing age-friendly environments.