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06/22/2006

Written statement on ICTs in the promotion and protection of human rights.

Written statement submitted by the Transnational Radical Party (TRP), a non-governmental organization in general consultative status
Title ICTs in the promotion and protection of human rights:(a) Status of the International Covenants on Human Ri
11/18/2005

FREEDOM IN TUNISIA! DEMONSTRATION IN FRONT OF THE ITALIAN PRIME MINISTER OFFICE AT 12PM TODAY

PRESS RELEASE

Rome, November 18, 2005-11-18

Starting from 12 pm today, the Transnational Radical Party will demonstrate in front of the office of the Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi in Rome, Palazzo Chigi, to denounce the polit
11/18/2005

FREE TUNISI@! TUNISIAN OPPOSITION LEADERS SUSPEND THEIR HUNGER STRIKE AND LAUNCH AN OPPOSITION COORDINATION COMMITTEE. THE TRANSNATIONAL RADICAL PARTY WILL CONTINUE TO SUPPORT THE TUNISIAN OPPOSITION

Rome, November 18, 2005

Today, the Transnational Radical Party staged a demonstration in front of the Italian Prime Minister office in Rome to denounce the political and financial support of the Italian Government to the Tunisian regime. Form
11/17/2005

WSIS: TRP and IP Justice on "P2P File-Sharing, Digital Rights, and e-Democracy"

IP Justice and the Transnational Radical Party Present:

A parallel event to be held at the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) in Tunis

"P2P File-Sharing, Digital Rights, and e-Democracy"

17 November 2005, Wednesday (1
11/16/2005

WORLD SUMMIT ON INFORMATION: FROM TODAY TILL THE END OF THE SUMMIT REPRESENTATIVES AND ACTIVISTS OF THE TRANSNATIONAL RADICAL PARTY WILL JOIN THE HUNGER STRIKE OF TUNISIAN CIVIL SOCIETY ACTIVISTS WHO CALL FOR DEMOCRATIC REFORMS IN TUNISIA

Starting today and till the end during of the World Summit on Information that opens today in Tunis, under the auspices of the UN, representatives and activists of the Transnational Radical Party will begin a hunger strike in support of the initiativ
11/15/2005

TUNISIA: French journalist stabbed

New York, November 14, 2005—The Committee to Protect Journalists voiced outrage today at the assault on a French reporter in Tunis and the failure of police nearby to intervene. Reporter Christophe Boltanski of the French daily Libération was beaten
11/15/2005

WSIS, CAPPATO AND PERDUCA DENOUNCE THE BLOCKING OF RADICALPARTY.ORG

Roma - New York, 15 November 2005

Statement by Marco Cappato and Marco Perduca Delegates of the Transnational Radical Party to the World Summit on the Information Society:

"On the eve of the Tunis Summit, we learned from our Californi
11/15/2005

"P2P File-Sharing, Digital Rights, and e-Democracy"

IP Justice and the Transnational Radical Party Present:

A parallel event to be held at the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) in Tunis

"P2P File-Sharing, Digital Rights, and e-Democracy"

17 November 2005, Wednesday
11/14/2005

THE TRANSNATIONAL RADICAL PARTY SUPPORTS THE HUNGERS STRIKE OF TUNISIAN ACTIVISTS AND INVITES TO JOIN THEM FROM 16 TO 18 NOVEMBER 2005 DURING THE WORLD SUMMIT OF THE INFORMATION SOCIETY

On Octotber 10, 2005, Ayachi Hammami (lawyer, Secretary General of the Tunisian chapter of the Human Rights League and member of the Democratic Iniziative Party), Mokhtar Yahaoui (ex-Judge, lawyer), Najib Chebbi (President of the Democratic Progressi
11/09/2005

FREE MEDIA ACCESS IN TUNISIA! FREE INTERNAUTS OF ZARZIS NOW! CAPPATO AND PERDUCA SIGN THE APPEAL LAUNCHED BY AMISNET, LETTERA22, IL SECOLO DELLA RETE

Roma – New York, 8 November 2005

“We signed the appeal launched by Amisnet, Lettera22, Il Secolo della Rete
because we believe that the liberticide nature of the supposedly secular Ben Ali's regime should be throughly known” declared forme
11/07/2005

INTERNET: HUNGER STRIKE TO DENOUNCE THE TUNISIAN SOCIETY OF THE SPECTACLE ARCH-ENEMY OF FREEDOM

From 16 to 18 November Tunis will host the final session of the World Summit on the information Society convened by the United Nations. From 18 days, Ayachi Hammami (lawyer, Secretary General of the Tunisian chapter of the Human Rights League and mem
07/06/2005

EU Rejects Controversial Software Patents Proposal

The European Parliament on Wednesday morning put the final nail in the coffin of the European Union's controversial IT patenting proposal, voting overwhelmingly to reject the proposed directive.
The Parliament voted 648 to 14 with 18 abstentions
06/25/2004

Share the Music

On Tuesday, the Recording Industry Association of America filed another round of lawsuits against people who allegedly downloaded and shared copyrighted music. In doing so, the association finally topped the 3,000-served mark.

The association
05/21/2004

E-dictatorships

The article "Police raid Net cafés under gambling law" (May 14) points to a worrying phenomenon that goes beyond Greek anti-gambling laws. In the name of the war on terror, we are facing a growing intrusion into personal privacy. This intrusion of bi
03/08/2004

PRESS CONFERENCE: " FOURTOU REPORT AND DIGITAL FREEDOM "

Radical MEPs, IP Justice and European Digital Rights (EDRi) organise a

PRESS CONFERENCE
TOMORROW Tuesday 9 March, 11,30 am
EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT IN STRASBOURG
Press Room (LOW N00401)

On the issue:

" FOURTOU REPORT AND
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