The Conference in Rome

The Conference in Rome

The program of the Conference "Universality of Human Rights for the transition towards the Rule of Law and the affirmation of the Right to Know"

RNN 79: July 27 Nonviolent Radical Party Conference on the Rule of Law

RNN 79: July 27 Nonviolent Radical Party Conference on the Rule of Law

In the news: Conference on the Rule of Law at the Italian Senate; Della Vedova's initiative on legal cannabis; #astaradicale; Attack in Suruç, Turkey; The informal Eurogroup; Medicare; Death penalty in Zambia; War on drugs

The written proceedings of the Conference “Rule of Law vs Reason of State” presented at Westminster

The written proceedings of the Conference “Rule of Law vs Reason of State” presented at Westminster

Last October 22 the House of Commons in the Palace of Westminster in London, hosted the presentation of the written proceedings of the Brussels Conference “Rule of Law vs Reason of State”...

06/19/2015

German edition of "The responsibilities of freedom"

The German edition "The responsibilities of freedom", the book-length interview by Giovanna Casadio and Emma Bonino has been published on May 15th. The title of the publication is “Freiheit verpflichtet. Gespräche mit Giovanna Casadio” (Europäische Verlagsanstalt, 208 pagg., ISBN-13: 978-3863930547, translation by Davide Miraglia and Bettina Jänisch).

06/19/2015

Khaled Fouad Allam: unheard voice

«After Charlie Hebdo office shooting in Paris, Western countries cannot stand by anymore», that is the last warning by Khaled Fouad Allam, Muslim world sociologist of Algerian origin, writer, journalist and former member of Italian Parliament. We will feel lonely without him.

06/19/2015

Dying for water, and not only of thirst

Pay attention to the words of Gian Vito Graziano, President of the National Council of Geologists: "Today, as many as one billion 600 million people lack access to safe drinking water; without adequate policies, this will touch 3 billion people within a few years". Around 2025...

06/18/2015

Al-Bashir: why South-Africa fails Darfurian victims

President Omar al-Bashir of Sudan, who is subject to an arrest warrant for crimes against humanity and genocide by the International Criminal Court, today left South Africa where he was attending a Summit of the African Union. South Africa is a State Party to the Rome Statute establishing the International Criminal Court and is under a legal obligation to execute all orders and decisions of the ICC, including the arrest warrant.

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