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Humble News, the Seed of an also Political New Year, of Hope, Life, and Rights for All

Marco Pannella @MarcoPannella
In the world of 1941, in prison Altiero Spinelli and Ernesto Rossi wrote the "Manifesto of Ventotene". Today, the Dalai Lama and Rebiya Kadeer give voice and life to their oppressed peoples... [MORE]

From Die Weiße Rose to the democratic Holocaust

Maurizio Turco
In 1942, five German Christian students founded a nonviolent resistence movement to the Nazi regime, Die Weiße Rose (the White Rose). Within nine months they published six booklets and sent... [MORE]

Access and beyond

Alessia Damonte Claire A. Dunlop Claudio Radaelli @claudioexeter
One typical way to conceptualise the right to know is access to state institutions and public administration. Freedom of Information Acts and other instruments of administrative law provide rights... [MORE]

Bridging the gap between science and politics

Marco Cappato @marcocappato
The Third Session of the World Congress for Freedom of Scientific Research will be held in Rome on April 4-6, 2014, at the Italian Chamber of Deputies and at the Capitol Hill. The title of the... [MORE]

Right to knowledge. Also a local priority.

Valerio Federico @ValerioFederico Simone Sapienza @simonesapienza
The “right to knowledge” is an extension of the freedom of choice, control and citizen participation in the administration of the State and its regional and local levels. It is an element... [MORE]

Britain’s transparency agenda

Laura Harth @LauraHarth
“The change to a '20 year rule' is a key part of our transparency agenda and will see a wealth of historical material opened to the public much earlier than under current arrangements. The aim... [MORE]

Bush rehabilitation ready to be served?

Marco Perduca @perdukistan
At the end of Octobre, Peter Baker, Whithe House correspondent for the New York Times, formerly with the Washington Post, released his last book “Days of Fire, Bush and Cheney in the White... [MORE]

Access to documents: the example of the National Security Archive

Michele Lembo @michelelembo
The National Security Archive is a non-governmental organization, born out of a project by the archives of the George Washington University, which has its headquarters in Washington, DC. Founded in... [MORE]

On human rights is Caesar in default with Peter?

Giuseppe Di Leo
The last head of the Templar Knights - I am talking about a few centuries ago - asked to be tried and, if necessary, jailed by Papal justice rather than by the king of France. The reason behind his... [MORE]

European Crisis, State Secret Reform, Revival of the Radical Party

Marco Beltrandi @MarcoBeltrandi
After decades of victory and cultural supremacy, the democratic political system is increasingly questioned on its concrete functioning by multiple socio-economic factors, present to a varying degree... [MORE]

Photo of the week

Rome, 25 December 2013: the Thrid March from St. Peter’s Square to Palazzo Chigi
PHOTO: Mihai Romanciuc

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