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”...

06/18/2015

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.

06/16/2015

Meet the hero of the abolition of the death penalty in Nebraska (2/2)

Meet the hero of the abolition of the death penalty in Nebraska (2/2)

An "incident" put Chamber's odisea at risk. In March, during a debate in Parliament, Chambers made a statement that immediately made headlines arounf the State and beyond. Chambers asked a conservative MP who lobbied for even more liberal weapon laws, what more weapons could bring to State already packed by them. Incredibly, his conservative colleague replied that those weapons were to be used in case someone met an ISIS terrorist.

06/16/2015

United States polls: life sentence or death penalty?

United States polls: life sentence or death penalty?

Three national polls on the death penalty have been published between 1 and 4 June 2015 and each gave different results on the main question: would you rather back the death penalty or life imprisonment without parole? For two of the surveys the majority of Americans prefer life sentences, for one they prefer death sentences. But when in one of the surveys that gives an overwhelming life sentence support, a terrorism hypothesis is added, the results have a dramatic change.

06/16/2015

Common language for the human species: 2015 is the year for global action

Common language for the human species: 2015 is the year for global action

The Nonviolent Radical Party presented two statements, one oral and one written, entitled “Objective zero for sustainable development: a common language for the human species” to theHigh Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development.

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