We are currently organizing with the support of the European Institutions and various other associations directly concerned with this subject, the European Week against the organized crime. We are increasingly convinced that the fight against the organized crime, now present in all member states of the EU, cannot be won without the strong support of civil society.
Germany’s secretive financial sector is second only to Luxembourg in its vulnerability to money laundering, and is one of the worst member states for tax dodging, according to an analysis of EU nations published a year after the Luxleaks scandal.
Criminal activities are not only related to criminal organizations: nowadays we observe a growing system of corruption where governments’ decisions and policy makers’ decisions are driven by economic interests, oppressing people’s rights. Repeated human rights violations, both in Italy and elsewhere, have been reported by civil society. Libera is trying to make its part to Read more about Social antimafia and human rights[…]
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