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Friday, 28 November 2014 10:48

Islam and Conflict Norms

In the framework of the project on "Islam, Law and War", ISISC will hold a "Preparatory Workshop for a Conference on Islam and Conflict Norms" on December 14-15 at the King Faisal Center for Research and Islamic Studies in Doha, in cooperation with the United States Institute of Peace and the INSCT within Syracuse University.

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Thursday, 27 November 2014 17:33

The Arab Spring: A revolution in the making

Professor M. Cherif Bassiouni is the keynote speaker of the conference on "The Arab Spring: A revolution in the making", organized on November 27 by the Scuola Superiore di Catania and the University of Catania.

Today ISISC signed a cooperation agreement with the Egyptian Ministry of Justice and the National Center for Judicial Studies (NCJS). From left to right, Dr. Filippo Musca, ISISC Director of Programs; Justice Dr. Fathy El-Masry, Vice President of the Court of Cassation of Egypt, Assistant Minister of Justice and NCJS Director; Egyptian Minister of Justice Mahfouz Saber; Counselor Adly Hussein, former Governor of Qalyubiya and former President of the Court of Appeal of Cairo; Dr. Giovanni Pasqua, ISISC Director General.

King Philip of Belgium has awarded Judge Christina van der Wyngaert, judge of the International Criminal Court, the title of baroness for her merits as an academic as well as an international judge. Judge Christina van der Wyngaert has been involved in the life and activities of ISISC since 1976, when she participated, as a PhD Candidate, in the International Seminar on “International Criminal Law”.

Thursday, 20 November 2014 08:35

Trafficking of Migrants: Sicily, Italy, Europe?

ISISC is holding, on 19-20 November 2014 in Palermo, an inter-dimensional meeting on "Trafficking of Migrants: Sicily, Italy, Europe?" in collaboration with the Department of Law of the University of Palermo. The meeting is part of the research project of the University of Palermo on "Transnational Crimes and the need for judicial cooperation" and was attended by about 30 distinguished speakers from the most prestigious Italian Universities, including Dr. Giovanni Pinto, Director of Immigration and Border Police at the Ministry of Interior, as well as Italian representative of Frontex. The topics discussed during the event were the following: Smuggling of migrants: problems and perspectives; The migrant as a holder of rights; The migrant as a victim of a crime; The migrant as offender; The international context and the filter of law.

ISISC ha organizzato dal 19 al 20 Novembre 2014 a Palermo, l'incontro di studio interdimensionale su “Traffico di Migranti: Sicilia, Italia, Europa?” in collaborazione con il Dipartimento di Scienze Giuridiche dell'Università di Palermo All'incontro, svolto nell'ambito del progetto di ricerca dell'Università di Palermo su “Reati transnazionali ed esigenze di cooperazione giudiziaria", hanno partecipato circa 30 autorevoli relatori provenienti dalle più prestigiose Università italiane, tra cui anche il Dott. Giovanni Pinto, Direttore centrale dell'immigrazione e della polizia delle frontiere presso il Ministero dell'Interno, nonchè rappresentante italiano di Frontex. I temi affrontati nel corso dell'evento sono stati i seguenti: Traffico di migranti: problemi e prospettive; Il migrante come soggetto di diritti; Il migrante come vittima del reato; Il migrante come autore del reato; Il contesto internazionale e il filtro giurisprudenziale.

ISISC today is attending the second meeting organized by the Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs with the International Legal Organizations based in Italy, as a follow up to the first meeting organized on May 6. In addition to ISISC, the meeting involved the following organizations: International Institute of Humanitarian Law (IIHL); International Development Law Organization (IDLO); International Institute for the Unification of Private Law (UNIDROIT); the Venice Commission of the Council of Europe; United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI).

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