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”...

Presentation of the written proceedings of the Brussels Conference “Rule of Law vs. Reason of State”

Presentation of the written proceedings of the Brussels Conference “Rule of Law vs. Reason of State”

On 22 October 2014, the Written Proceedings of the Conference held in February in Brussels “Rule of Law v Reason of State” will be presented at the House of Commons in London. After ten years of campaigning mainly at the European Parliament and in Italy, the Nonviolent Radical Party together with No Peace Without Justice is returning to London, to the roots of their campaign, to take the next step aimed at restoring trust in democracy and the Rule of Law.

RNN 40: Brussels,

RNN 40: Brussels, "Firmigoni", London, Hong Kong and the transnational party

Hands off Cain at the European Parliament; Latest news from the "Firmigoni" trial; Radical Party at the House of Commons on October 22nd; The Hong Kong "evolution"; Drug Policy in Belgium and the United Kingdom; Irom Sharmila

03/10/2013

TIBETAN UPRISING DAY: Participation of the Nonviolent Radical Party Transnational & Transparty

Remembering the massacre of thousands of Tibetan citizens by the Chinese government on March 10th, 1959. On the occasion of the 54th anniversary of the insurgency of Lhasa, radical militants participated in the manifestations in Brussels, Florence, Rome and Turin.

02/28/2013

Report: "Vietnam: Bloggers and Netizens behind bars"

Vo Van Ai and Penelope Faulkner, members of the General Council of the Nonviolent Radical Party, presented a new report by the International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH) and the Vietnam Committee on Human Rights describing an escalating assault on freedom of expression and criminalisation of bloggers and "netizens" in the country. 

02/14/2013

We Are All Vietnamese Bloggers! - Campaign

31 million people use the Internet in Vietnam, compared with 2 million in 2000. The authorities are actively promoting the Internet to support economic development and trade. But they are determined to control online content, and to crack down on all those who use the Internet to denounce corruption, social inequalities or the lack of freedom of expression.

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