Delegation of the NRPTT in Kiev

Delegation of the NRPTT in Kiev

Since 21 February 2014, a Delegation composed by Antonio Stango, Laura Harth, Nikolaj Khramov e Stefano Marrella is in Kiev.


Conference "Raison d’Etat vs Rule of Law" - Audio-video

Conference in Brussels on the Rule of Law, Raison d’Etat, war in Iraq and Right to Know 



 The newsletter of the Radical Party 

1° Convegno di Bruxelles

Per lo Stato di Diritto e i Diritti Umani contro la Ragion di Stato

Senato del Partito Radicale

Roma, 8/9 febbraio 2014

Roma, 14 dicembre 2013

Saving Timbuktu

Our call in support of the appeal by Presidents Chirac and Diouf "Sauver Tombouctou pour sauver la paix / Saving Timbuktu to save the peace"

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First Signatures (italian)

The NRPTT at the United Nations

39° Congress

39° Congress of The Nonviolent Radical Party, Transnational e Transparty (Second Session).


39° Congress of The Nonviolent Radical Party, Transnational e Transparty (First Session).


General Council

Tunisi: 22-24 July 2011
Audio video:
1° day | 2° day | 3° day

Barcelona: 3-5 September 2010 
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1° day | 2°day | 3° day
Documents: Motions

Rome: 28-30 May 2010  
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1° day | 2° day | 3° day

Rome: 20-22 November 2009  
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Documents: General motion

Archivio storico foto

Il militante radicale Diego Galli, addita l'indirizzo telematico: WWW. RADICALI. IT.
Il militante radicale Diego Galli, addita l'indirizzo telematico: WWW. RADICALI. IT.

Bahrein: Is the progress announced by the government at the Universal Periodic Review in line with the Bassiouni Commission Independent Report? Side event with Bahreni legislators and activits on 19 September

On the occasion of the 21stsession of the United Nations Human Rights Council, where the Government of Bahrain will respond to the 176 recommendations made by members of the council as part of the Universal Periodic Review (UPR), the Nonviolent Radical Party will organize a side event at the UN in Geneva to allow some of its members from that country to share with diplomats, NGOs and the press their assessment on the current human rights situation in Bahrain.


Geneva, United Nations Council on Human Rights: statement by Antonio Stango on the right to truth and the Iraq war of 2003

United Nations Human Rights Council
XXI session (10-28 September 2012)
Item 3 – General Debate, September 14

Thank you Mr. Chairman.
The Nonviolent Radical Party, Transnational and Transparty highly values the opportunity to interact with all the UN system of protection of human rights. In particular, we appreciate the appointment of a Special Rapporteur for the promotion of truth, justice, reparation and non-recurrence. We attach great importance to the right to truth as a modern customary human right, stemming from a widespread practice supported by a consistent opinio juris.

ONU: Side-event on Freedom of Peaceful Assembly

The Nonviolent Radical Party, Transnational and Transparty and the Open Dialog Foundation are pleased to invite you to the side-event on: Freedom of Peaceful Assembly


At the UN Human Rights Council Radical Party continues to demand truth over Saddam Hussein’s exile. It will attend the September session with worldwide members and experts

Geneva, September 10th – The Nonviolent Radical Party, Transnational and Transparty by virtue of its consultative status with the Economic and Social Council of the UN (ECOSOC), will attend as a non-governmental organization the 21st session of the UN Human Rights Council, held in Geneva from Monday 10th to Friday 28th september. The Radical delegation will be made​up of the Party’s General Councillors Antonio Stango, Matteo Angioli, Penelope Faulkner, Kok Ksor and Vo Van Ai.


On the occasion of the World Urban Forum 6, being held in Naples from 1 to 7 September, the Radical Party has submitted a report by and with the coordination of Prof. Aldo Loris Rossi

The World Urban Forum 6 is the most important conference in the world on urban issues; it is promoted by UN-Habitat with the participation of Heads of State, Government representatives, experts, civil society organizations, universities, entrepreneurs and thousands of delegates from over 160 countries, who will discuss the theme "The Urban Future".


Why I had no choice but to spurn Tony Blair I couldn't sit with someone who justified the invasion of Iraq with a lie

The immorality of the United States and Great Britain's decision to invade Iraq in 2003, premised on the lie that Iraq possessed weapons of mass destruction, has destabilised and polarised the world to a greater extent than any other conflict in history.

Instead of recognising that the world we lived in, with increasingly sophisticated communications, transportations and weapons systems necessitated sophisticated leadership that would bring the global family together, the then-leaders of the US and UK fabricated the grounds to behave like playground bullies and drive us further apart. They have driven us to the edge of a precipice where we now stand – with the spectre of Syria and Iran before us.


Death penalty: Radical delegation meets Morgan Tsvangirai, Prime Minister of Zimbabwe

During the second day of Hands Off Cain and the Radical Party mission to Zimbabwe, the delegation of Hands Off Cain and the Radical Party, composed of the Secretary of Hands Off Cain, Sergio D'Elia, Radical members of Parliament Sen. Marco Perduca and Hon.


Delegation of Hands Off Cain and the Nonviolent Radical Party to Zimbabwe

From 18 to 23 August a delegation of the Nonviolent Radical Party and Hands Off Cain composed of Sergio D'Elia, Secretary General of HOC, Elisabetta Zamparutti MP, Treasurer of HOC, and Sen. Marco Perduca, co-vicepresident of the NRP will be visiting Zimbabwe to promote the support for the Universal Moratorium of the Death Penalty.
The mission occurs at a time when Zimbabwe is currently revising its Constitution, which still provides for the death penalty. However, at the Inter-African Conference held in Kigali in October 2011, organized by Hands Off Cain in partnership with the Government of Rwanda, the President of Zimbabwe Parliament, Lovemore Moyo, expressed full support to abolition and stressed the need to use all internal mechanisms to achieve this goal.

Save Timbuktu – Save Peace, the appeal by Presidents Chirac and Diouf

In just a few hours our call in support of Presidents Chirac and Diouf appeal "Sauver Tombouctou pour sauver la paix" has received many signatures.

It becomes urgent to strengthen this initiative, so if you haven't signed the appeal you can do it by filling the form on this page. Please help: share the appeal with your friends.



The presentation of Hands Off Cain's 2012 Report, ‘The Death Penalty Worldwide’, edited by Elisabetta Zamparutti, was held at the headquarters of the Radical Party in Rome.
The worldwide trend towards abolition, underway for more than ten years, was again confirmed in 2011 and the first six months of 2012 as documented in the Report.


Regularization of immigrants, first step towards legality

Emma Bonino, Vice President of the Senate and a historical radical exponent, has always been attentive to social dynamics. No wonder why she is sensible to immigration issue, even to its entailed economic implications. Significant implications, as demonstrated by the last measure regarding  the contrast of the employment of illegal immigrants.
The new legislative decree on immigration introduces a regularization measure, correct?
Calling it regularization is inappropriate in juridical terms, furthermore it transmits a wrong message.

International Criminal Court 10 years in, Italy still in default

On the anniversary of the Treaty establishing the International Criminal Court (ICC), No Peace Without Justice and the Radical Party are organising a panel discussion to be held on Tuesday, July 17, from 14:00 to 16:00 at the Nasiriyah room of the Italian Senate.
It will be an opportunity, not only to celebrate a historical date for international criminal justice, but above all to report on the status of a bill, which is currently blocked by the Senate Judiciary  Committee, that would adapt the Rome Statute to Italian legislation.

Matteo Mecacci MP re-elected president of the Committee on Human Rights, Democracy and Humanitarian Affairs of the Parliamentary Assembly of OSCE

Matthew Mecacci MP was re-elected president of the Committee on Human Rights, Democracy and Humanitarian Affairs of the Parliamentary Assembly of OSCE (Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe), during the 21st annual session held in the Principality of Monaco. Mr Mecacci begins his second term as president of this commission.


Four days of nonviolence, hunger strike and silence from July 18th.

On Wednesday, July 18th we will begin with our four days of nonviolence, hunger strike and silence. From now until then, It will be necessary to prepare and explain well the reasons behind this choice.

The decision has been made thanks to the encouraging action undertaken by prof. Andrea Pugiotto who drafted an open letter to the President of the Italian Republic, Giorgio Napolitano, which over 100 academics, including public and criminal law professors, have undersigned.



On June 28th, after the reception at the Elysee by French president François Hollande yesterday and the one at Hôtel de Ville by Paris mayor Bertrand Delanoë, Burma's historical leader Aung San Suu Kyi met lawmakers in the National Assembly and in the Senate. Then she went to the Musée Marmottan to take part in a meeting organized in her honor by the Women's Forum for the Economy and Society.

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