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
Middle East and Africa
In this spirit, «Vivi » (Alive) was created (vivi.libera.it), a multimedia archive, open and accessible to all, where we can learn about the lives and dreams of hundreds of innocent victims. « Alive », because this is how we want to remember them. « Vivi » is an in-progress project, that will Read more about March 21st, 2019: Day of Memory and Commitment. Biographies of international mafia victims[…]
SAVE THE DATE In occasion of the XXIVth Day of Memory and Commitment of the innocent victims of Mafias on March 21st in Padua – Italy Just/Art Exhibition March 20/22 Open from 10am to 7pm @La Casa della Rampa CarrareseVia Arco Valaresso 32 Padova The Worth of Art The project and the value of culture and Read more about March 20. ’19 The worth of art in Padua with Artists@Work[…]
Unique joint investigation by judiciary and police forces in the Netherlands, Italy, Germany and Belgium culminates in the largest coordinated joint action against an organized criminal group to date in Europe.
The information about the deal to kill Aktuality.sk reporter Ján Kuciak comes from a Slovak police investigation that was reviewed by OCCRP.