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Thursday, 16 October 2014 15:38

Letter to the United Nations Security Council

One of the results of the High-Level Meeting of Experts on Global Issues and Their Impact on the Future of Human Rights and International Criminal Justice was a letter, sent to the Secretary General of the United Nations, as well as to all the Members of the Security Council, urging the Council to take into account these global factors and consider establishing an overall strategic study group to monitor, analyze and anticipate these developments.
You can read this letter below:

Domenica 12 ottobre, alle h. 17.30, ISISC ospiterà la conferenza "I nuovi schiavi: in cammino contro la tratta degli esseri umani". La conferenza rientra nell'iniziativa "Carovane Antimafie", organizzata da Arci, Libera, Avviso Pubblico con Cgil, Cisl e Uil e con la Ligue de l'Enseignement, organizzazione francese che si batte per una educazione pubblica e laica.

Il tema di questa edizione è quello della tratta degli esseri umani, ormai un core business della criminalità organizzata, che trova laute fonti di guadagno nello sfruttamento dei migranti. La tappa sarà occasione per condividere idee, informazioni, approfondimenti sui temi affrontati, saldare le esigenze e le proposte dei territori con quelle elaborate nazionalmente, organizzare momenti pubblici di confronto, dare evidenza alle buone pratiche diffuse in tante parti della nostra penisola.

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Check-out the videos of the keynote speeches of the High Level Meeting of Experts on Global Issues and their Impact on the Future of Human Rights and International Criminal Justice, including H.E. Adama Dieng, Prince El Hassan bin Talal and Ambassador Nassir Abdulaziz al-Nasser. Click here

With a speech of the Italian Minister of Justice Andrea Orlando, the conference on mutual recognition of judicial decisions and confiscation, hosted by ISISC and organized in collaboration with the European Commission and the Ministry of Justice for the Semester of Italian Presidency of the Council of the European Union, opened today. The first session assessed the current status of the Mutual Recognition of Judicial Decisions in Criminal Matters. It was chaired by professor Alfonso Maria Stile, ISISC Vice-President and Emeritus Professor of Criminal Law at University "La Sapienza" of Rome, and comprised also speeches from Ms. Caterina Chinnici, member of the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIbE) within the European Parliament, and Mr. Olivier Tell, Head of Unit, Procedural Criminal Law, Directorate-General for Justice, European Commission.

On 22 and 23 September, ISISC will host a conference on mutual recognition of judicial decisions and confiscation, organized in collaboration with the European Commission and the Ministry of Justice for the Semester of Italian Presidency of the Council of the European Union, which will be attended by the Italian Minister of Justice Andrea Orlando.
Representatives of the Ministries of Justice of the 28 European Union member states will meet practitioners and academics to assess the present situation of mutual recognition in the field of confiscation, to determine the level of expectations regarding mutual recognition with full respect of fundamental rights and to provide a contribution for the Commission as to the way forward. (...)

Between 18 and 21 September, ISISC is holding in Noto (Siracusa) the 5th Training Course on Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure for PhD Candidates, dedicated to the memory of late Professor Giuliano Vassalli. The course, organized in cooperation with the Italian Section of the International Association of Penal Law and thanks to the agreement with the City of Noto, addresses "Criminal sanctions for natural persons and legal entities in the national, European and international perspective".
As in the past editions, the course is designed to provide a high-level support to the training in penal matters of around 60 Italian PhD Candidates, to promote interpersonal relationships with law professors from various Italian universities, and above all, to foster debate on the issue of criminal sanctions in a reform perspective. The course is designed as a seminar where active participation in classroom discussions as well as presentations and interventions from the participants are expected.
The topics addressed fall into the following areas: The current debate on penalty: Which reforms?; Imprisonment, its alternatives and the commensuration of the sentence; Seizure and confiscation; Criminal and administrative sanctions: decriminalization and combination; Ex crimine sanctions for legal entities.

More information on previous courses here.

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