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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
Middle East and Africa
On January 15, 2019, victims of the 2010-2011 post-election violence in Côte d’Ivoire were shocked again. In a majority decision, the Chamber decided that the prosecution failed to provide sufficient evidence upon which a Trial Chamber could convict the accused. The Court further decided that the prosecution failed to reveal key elements that would establish a “common plan,” including the targeting the civilian population in pursuit of state policy aimed at ensuring Gbagbo remained in power.
Libera supporte maintenant un réseau de plus de 1 500 associations et de coopératives nationales, réparties en coordinations régionales. Mais les phénomènes mafieux ne sont pas à l’œuvre sur le seul territoire italien. Libera international rassemble ainsi 80 organisations internationales adhérentes, provenant de 35 pays d’Europe, d’Afrique et d’Amérique Latine.
Global Analysis 2018, the annual Front Line Defenders Global Analysis, details the physical assaults, defamation campaigns, digital security threats, judicial harassment, and gendered attacks faced by HRDs and women human rights defenders (WHRDs). December 2018 marked the 20th Anniversary of the HRD Declaration and the 70th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, but HRDs around the world continue to face lethal threats from state, non-state, and corporate actors in their peaceful struggles for rights.
“The adoption of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development was a defining moment for global efforts to prevent, combat and eradicate the illicit arms trade: the Agenda included a specific target to significantly reduce illicit arms flows by 2030.” — UN Secretary-General’s report The annual observance of Disarmament Week, which kicks off on the Read more about UN Disarmament Week[…]