Mediterraneo Downtown

Mediterraneo Downtown is a far-reaching and ambitious Festival aiming at sheding light on the complex reality of the Mediterranean area. It was born to respond to the increasing need of the Italian society to gain access to first-hand information and take part in cultural and political debates and analysis on contemporary Mediterranean issues. The Festival’s Read more about Mediterraneo Downtown[…]

En Méditerranée, les disparus n’ont pas de nom (FR)

Tragédies des migrants En 2016, la traversée de la Méditerranée est devenue de plus en plus dangereuse pour les migrants. Derrière les chiffres officiels se cachent probablement beaucoup plus de victimes. Manuel BewarderDie Welt29.08.2016 La nuit du 19 avril 2015, un bateau de pêche heurtait un cargo en Méditerranée. La collision avait fait des victimes, mais Read more about En Méditerranée, les disparus n’ont pas de nom (FR)[…]

Tunisia: Amnesty Bill Would Set Back Transition – Would Replace Better Model for Handling Corruption

(Tunis) – A proposed “economic reconciliation” law will provide amnesty for public officials and state employees for acts related to financial corruption and misuse of public funds. The law would sabotage the mechanism Tunisia already put in place to address economic crimes through a mix of public truth-telling, restitution, and judicial flexibility, Human Rights Watch Read more about Tunisia: Amnesty Bill Would Set Back Transition – Would Replace Better Model for Handling Corruption[…]

Egypt is not for sale

Hundreds arrested for the 25 of april demonstration On the 25th of april, in Cairo and other egyptian cities, thousands of people took the streets, despite the Government threatening warnings for repression launched the days before. 25th of april is also in Egypt a “liberation” day, celebrating the complete withdrawal in 1982 of the israeli Read more about Egypt is not for sale[…]