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”...

05/26/2015

Latest Teramo fashion: the eviction of "gypsies" from publichousing

Latest Teramo fashion: the eviction of "gypsies" from publichousing

The slogan attributed to Julius II della Rovere, "barbarians out of Italy", appears to be back in fashion, with the difference that our populist leaders now identify poor immigrants as the "barbarian invaders". in fact, on the coast of Teramo there is a new fashionable slogan: "Gypsies out of public housing!".

05/26/2015

Italian's political rights abroad

Italian's political rights abroad

The Italian Constitution grants voters the right to request a referendum (article 75) and to propose legislation to Parliament (article 71). Italians residing abroad possess these same rights, but find themselves in the impossibility to exercise them as citizens need for their signature to be authenticated. Abroad, only the Consul is authorized to do so, and only inside the Consulate, which is often located at great distance from where citizens actually live.

05/25/2015

A pro-Kurdish, radical and libertarian leftist party endangers Erdoğan

A pro-Kurdish, radical and libertarian leftist party endangers Erdoğan

Never before, at least since 2002 when Justice and Development Party first came to power in Turkey, upcoming 7 June Parliament election would be so decisive for this country government: it is not because AKP is not going to win, but because, after 13 years, President Erdoğan one-party government could end. 

05/21/2015

I present the Runnymede Tories

I present the Runnymede Tories

One of the commitments made by David Cameron's Conservative Party during the UK election campaign is the renewed attempt to withdraw the United Kingdom from the European Convention on Human Rights, in spite of the fact that one of the corresponding Court's main founders was Winston Churchill.

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