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
The EU-Russia Civil Society Forum has produced this publication called “What Is Happening within the Civil Society.” Its purpose is to provide a better understanding the state of the civil society within EU member states. This article showcases Italy’s current situation regarding civil society actors including Libera’s experience.
To escape the war, to find a better futur, to study. There are many reasons for migrants to leave their home country. Very often though, during these trips, immigrants find hunger, misery, deportation and death. Here some testimonies.
In the wake of international and local investigations and court cases, leaked information reveals the fall from grace of one of Nigeria’s corrupt and super wealthy oil executive.
To understand and to speak about the migration process in Europe it is necessary to consider the African electoral consultations.
In Rwanda, Senegal and Kenya, for example, we see a gradual democratization process “from below”.
It threatens, burns and destroys the lands and property of winemakers, commits tax fraud to the detriment of the European Union. This is the new rural Mafia in Sicily.
Taking advantage of the tax and legal benefits of other countries, the mafia today is increasingly global, as is illustrated by the example of the Camorra Righi family.
The ‘Ndrangheta boss Rocco Morabito, in hiding from 1994 and for years considered “Milan’s cocaine king”, has been captured in Uruguay.
Candido Rios, a Mexican journalist known for his work on crime and for being a part of an initiative to protect journalists working in dangerous areas, has been shot dead.
Land, Food and Agriculture are the themes of the second session of the Southern Africa Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal on Transnational Corporations will be held on the 15-18th August 2017, in Johannesburg.
President Jimmy Morales could be investigated for illegal campaign financing