Domenico Letizia is a publiscist journalist, essayist and writer.
He graduated in History from Federico II University of Naples. He got an advanced training course at Political Science Faculty, Federico II University of Naples about "Multiculturalism and politics of intercultural interaction".
President of the Association "Amici dell'Azerbaijan Centro Sud Italia", member of the Governing Council of the non governmental organisation "Nessuno tocchi Caino" and member of the central commitee of the Human Right Italian League. He attended, as a member of the organisation "Nessuno tocchi Caino", the World Conference Against the death penalty in Oslo and he was a guest of the Azerbaijan government for the work of Baku Humanitarian International Forum, where he visited the IDP camp about six or seven miles from the capital. He partecipated as rapporteur in many round tables on many issues ( prospects for sustainable development in many countries, human rights, humanitarian international law) at universities, high schools, Campania region council and city councils. He is a member of the association "O3M - association of moldovan youngs in Italy". He worked about Azerbaijan, from researches on multiculturalism and relations between Israel and Azerbaijan, made with the analyst Giorgia Pilar Giorgi, to the analysis on the Nagorno Karabakh conflict.
He has decided to support, with the collaboration of the friendship association with Azerbaijan and the secretary Giuseppe Ferraro, the aims of "Piattaforma della pace", because it is a concrete proposal in which all various issues are analysed, taking into account the rules and principles of the international law and the procedures provided for in Helsinki Final Act. These aims should be supported and advertised. First of all, it should be affimed the right of knowledge of italian citizens and others, to know what happens in the Caucasus, the potentialities of this region and also to respect the international procedures for a territorial protection and human rights universally recognised.