#9 | 03/11/2014 The Rule of Law
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Confirmed agreement between CNRP and the Degar indigenous people

Kok Ksor
On 18 and 19 February, on the occasion of the conference “Rule of Law v. Raison d’Etat” organized in Brussels by the Radical Party, I had the opportunity to confirm and renew with... [MORE]

NRPTT and NPWJ call on the UN and Member States to take action for the full implementation of UNGA Resolution on female genital mutilations (FGM).

Alvilda Jablonko @alvilda
On the occasion of the 58th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) in New York, NPWJ, in partnership with UNECA-ACG and the Inter-African Committee on Traditional Practices,... [MORE]

In Egypt everything changes because nothing changes

Sabrina Gasparrini @sgasparrini
Since the fall of the Mubarak regime Egypt has witnessed a worsening in terms of judiciary’s accountability, notably following the ouster of former President Mohamed Morsi. Most of the... [MORE]

Back to the 30’ies?

Simone Sapienza @simonesapienza
Prisons in Europe. Italy has a backlog of 10 million judicial proceedings. Obtaining a final judgement requires 10 years. 70% of burglaries and 80% of homicides remain unpunished. Italian prisons are... [MORE]

Scientific research: Italy risks a new infringement procedure by the European Union

Maria Antonietta Farina Coscioni
The new Council of Ministers approved the legislative decree to implement the European Directive on animal experimentation (n.63-2010-EU) in Italy, after hearing the opinion of the interested... [MORE]

Democratic opinion making: a European plague

Laura Harth @lauraharth
For some years now, so-called voting aid applications by leading news and opinion makers have assisted voters in making their electoral choice by measuring their personal opinions against the... [MORE]

Uganda: the Anglican schism threatens LGBT rights

Matteo Mainardi @matteomainardi
Ugandan President Museveni signed the "anti-gay law" aimed at the repression of LGBT people in the country where David Kato Kisule, member of the Radical Association Certi Diritti, was... [MORE]

A new approach to European drug policy for the 21st century"

Matteo Angioli @Matteo_Angioli
On March 5, the European Parliament hosted the conference: “A new approach to European policy on drugs for the 21st century”, organized by Greek Nikos Chrysogelos MEP. During the meeting... [MORE]

Photo of the week

Austin, 10 March 2014, Edward Snowden speaking via teleconference from Russia during a meeting of the South by Southwest Interactive Festival in Austin, Texas
PHOTO: Alfred Lui (flickr.com)

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