Fabrizio Gatti

Journalist, Person

1966 –


Who is Fabrizio Gatti?

Fabrizio Gatti is an Italian journalist. He started his career in 1991, writing mostly about illegal immigration, first on Corriere della Sera and, from 2004, on l'Espresso. Gatti was born in Como.

His preferred investigation method is passing as one of the people he is writing about. On 16 April 2007 he received the 2006 Journalist Award of the European Union, for his reporting about the working conditions of the immigrants in Puglia. In the article Io schiavo in Puglia published in L'Espresso, he describes his experience as an undercover immigrant worker at tomato harvest.

Other inquiries deal with the problem of the ATM safety in Milano, the treatment of the Kosovar refugees who try to cross the Swiss border, the life conditions in the Temporary Stay Center from Lampedusa, the situation of Umberto I Clinic in Rome.

In 2007, he received the Italian National Award for Investigative Journalism for his article about differences of treatment of Romanian citizens in Italy and other European Union states.

In 2007, Editore Rizzoli published his book "Bilal. Il mio viaggio da infiltrato nel mercato dei nuovi schiavi"

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Mar 9, 1966
  • Italy

on July 23, 2013


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