We need everyone because we are convinced that the will, the determination and the force to lead and win this struggle.
The “International LAB” is an important means for engaging and coordinating all the people that belong to Libera and are interested in contributing to this sector, because they had experiences abroad or because they had a work and didactic background in international sphere.
The LIBERA International newsletter provides information on new releases, upcoming events and initiatives not covered in mainstream mass medias: featuring legality, justice, and commitment to world civilisation.
The purpose of this network is the promotion of a global anti-mafia and social justice culture, which is the principal tool to fight all levels of the mafia.
Corruption and whistleblowing
Smuggling and human being trafficking
Illegal economy and organised crime
Memory and victims support
Education and social prevention
Social antimafia and human rights
“Every other country goes into these places and they do what they have to do… It’s a horrible law and [the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act] should be changed.” Donald Trump In the early 2000s, a series of bankruptcies meant Donald J. Trump was shunned by most lenders. Struggling for credit, he started selling his name[…]
Transnational organised crime is the poison in the water of sustainable development in Africa. Dakar, Senegal – Transnational organised crime (TOC) has become a global risk to peace and security, but the focus tends to be on priorities for the developed world rather than on Africa’s efforts, goals and challenges. A side event today at[…]
LIBERA PARTICIPATED IN THE SUMMIT OF WOMEN JUDGES AND ATTORNEYS ON HUMAN TRAFFICKING AND ORGANIZED CRIME IN THE VATICAN
At the Summit of Women Judges and Attorneys on Human Trafficking and Organized Crime, a “Final Declaration” was signed by 115 female judges and attorneys spanning across 5 continents in order to reform laws on human trafficking and organized crime across the international stage. The document includes 27 points to combat human trafficking and[…]
On Sunday 3rd December, the Art Centre “Vooruit” and Antico Sapore are inviting you to the event “ANTI-MAFFIA TALKS”, to spend together one afternoon committed to the fight against mafias. At 14:00h, we will welcome Don Luigi Ciotti, inspirer and founder of LIBERA Associazioni, nomi e numeri contro le mafie. Don Luigi Ciotti will be[…]
Libera is going to take part in a three-days-meeting “Security, democracy and city: together for urban security policy” with the City of Barcelona and the Government of Catalonia and promoted by the European Forum for Urban Safety (EFUS). We became aware of how important is the urban security, it is a public good. For[…]
Broken by prosecutors and rivals, the Sicilian mafia has retreated to its rural origins, driving farmers from their lands with grisly intimidation campaigns. The Napoli sisters keep their entire harvest in a glass jar, resting on a wooden table in the living room. Inside, there are only a dozen stalks of wheat. The rest of[…]
GRECO has published today an assessment of the framework to prevent corruption and address conflicts of interest of the Council of Europe’s Conference of International Non-Governmental Organisations (INGOs). GRECO recommends a number of measures, including the drawing up of a code of conduct for the members of the Conference, which would be periodically updated and include[…]
An international collaboration between VALLECAS + UPM is set to take place at the end of the October 2017 month to collaborate on and discuss important issues relating to local, social inequalities.
Daphne Caruana Galizia, one of Malta’s best known investigative journalists, was killed after a powerful blast blew up her car, local media reported Monday. While police would confirm only that the explosion had taken place, Malta Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said based on preliminary evidence, indications are that Caruana Galizia was killed in the explosion. According to[…]
How Latin America responds to people fleeing criminal violence will provide insights into an emerging aspect of global forced migration. David Cantor of the Refugee Law Initiative outlines some lessons learned and questions raised by displacement in Latin America. ORGANIZED CRIME IS driving forced displacement across Latin America, creating profound tensions for countries and humanitarian[…]