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Si è svolto giorno 8 maggio presso la sede ISISC il convegno Immigrazione, profili giuridici, tutela  dei diritti e sicurezza nazionale. Il Modello Siracusa, frutto del rapporto di collaborazione con il CUMI, Consorzio Universitario Megara Ibleo.

Esponenti del mondo accademico, forze dell’ordine, politici e magistrati affrontano congiuntamente il tema dell'emergenza immigrazione per fornire una risposta adeguata ad un problema di drammatica attualità della nostra Provincia.

Partecipano Carlo Parini, Sostituto Commissario della Polizia di Stato, Antonio Nicastro, Sostituto Procuratore, Procura di Siracusa, Armando Gradone, Prefetto di Siracusa, Sofia Amoddio, Deputato Nazionale PD, Giusto Sciacchitano, Procuratore Aggiunto, Direzione Nazionale Antimafia, Francesco Paolo Giordano, Procuratore Capo, Procura di Siracusa.

Between the 5th and 6th of May ISISC Director General, Dr. Giovanni Pasqua is attending the workshop on “Enhancing the Role of Parliamentarians in Building Anti-Terrorism Regimes within a Rule of Law Framework” hosted in Valletta, Malta by the International Institute for Justice and the Rule of Law (IIJ). The meeting brings together parliamentarians from Europe, Middle East and North Africa, members of regional parliaments and parliamentary assemblies as well as members of regional and international bodies working with parliamentarians.

The workshop inaugurates the IIJ’s eighteen-month EU funded project aiming at enhancing capacity and regional cooperation of parliamentarians in developing an effective and rule of law compliant counter-terrorism policies. It also serves as a first step towards establishing a non-political forum for exchange of good practices between parliamentarians engaged in development and oversight of counter-terrorism policy and legislation in their respective countries.

You can now download here the statement of Prof. M. Cherif Bassiouni, ISISC President, at the "High Level Special Event on Rule of Law, Human Rights and the Post 2015 Development Agenda", organized by UNODC, in partnership with RoLCRG and the Permanent Missions of Italy and Thailand, in the framework of the Thirteenth United Nations Congress on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice.

Da questo link è possibile scaricare l'intervento della Dott.ssa Elisabetta Rosi, Consigliere della Suprema Corte di Cassazione, in occasione della Giornata di studio sulla tutela dell’aria e dell’ambiente, organizzata dall’ISISC in collaborazione con il Comune di Priolo Gargallo, lo scorso 7 Febbraio.
Il contributo è integralmente pubblicato sulla rivista online Diritto Penale Contemporaneo.
 

During April 27–30, 2015, the International Monetary Fund (IMF), in collaboration with the International Institute of Higher Studies in Criminal Sciences (ISISC), has organized a workshop on “Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing National Risk Assessment” in Siracusa, Italy. The workshop will provide training to twenty officials from the Financial Intelligence Units, Law Enforcement Agencies, and supervisors involved in countering money laundering and terrorist financing (ML/TF) in the following countries: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Czech Republic, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, Slovakia, and Ukraine.

The workshop will discuss the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) requirements on assessing risks and applying a risk-based approach, and will include a presentation on the IMF methodology for conducting a National Risk Assessment, as well as participating countries’ experience in identifying threats, vulnerabilities, and mitigating actions. The expected outcome is to enhance the capacity of participating authorities in identifying and prioritizing major ML/TF risk areas in their respective countries.
 

The EU-funded project on "The Independence of the Judiciary in Lebanon: a Social Priority", implemented by ISISC as partner of the consortium led by Legal Agenda (Lebanon), with the International Commission of Jurists (ICJ), was launched officially on April 20 and 21 with a kick-off conference in Beirut on the topic: The Independence of Judiciary in a Divided Society.

The program, which is aimed at promoting equality and impartiality in the justice system, began in November 2014 and is expected to continue until November 2017. Higher Judicial Council head Judge Jean Fahed, Shura Council head Judge Shukri Sader, Justice Ministry representative Judge Maysam al-Noueiri and the head of the political section of the EU's Lebanese delegation, Maciej Golubiewski, were among those present at the launch, along with the ISISC Director Dr. Giovanni Pasqua.

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