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L’Istituto Superiore Internazionale di Scienze Criminali ha ospitato oggi presso la sua sede la Giornata dell’Avvocatura Siracusana, un appuntamento promosso dal Consiglio dell’Ordine degli Avvocati di Siracusa. Ospite speciale dell’incontro è stata l’Avvocatessa turca Reyhan Yalcindag Baydemir che, dopo i saluti di benvenuto di Francesco Favi, Presidente del Consiglio dell’Ordine degli Avvocati di Siracusa, è intervenuta trattando il delicato tema “Avvocatura=Diritti Civili. La Turchia oggi”. L’incontro è poi proseguito con l’assegnazione, di diversi premi, tra cui quelli agli avvocati Aldo Burgio, Francesco Marziano e Gioacchino Spadaro, insigniti per il traguardo dei cinquant'anni di carriera. Infine, sono stati assegnati i premi in memoria e onore dell'avvocato Giuseppe Brandino e di Emanuele Scieri.

 

On December 3rd, Judge Franco Roberti, the Italian national Anti-Mafia Prosecutor, was appointed as member of the Advisory Board of the International Institute for Higher Studies in Criminal Sciences. As ISISC President Jean-François Thony remarked, Mr. Roberti is a long-standing friend of the Institute. He has been directly involved in different activities, such as the 1st Specialization Course for Junior Prosecutors held in Siracusa this July, where he participated as one of the keynote speakers.

In his long career, Judge Franco Roberti has held various prestigious appointments, including that of Vice Public Prosecutor in Naples (1982-1993), Public Prosecutor at the Court of Salerno (2009-2013) and Anti-Mafia Deputy Prosecutor at National Anti-Mafia Directorate (1993-2011). Judge Roberti will provide a valuable contribution to the work of the Institute, not only by giving strategic advice but also by sharing his great expertise in the wide range of ISISC’s activities.

Saturday, 03 December 2016 18:42

ISISC Board of Directors meeting held today

ISISC Board of Directors met today to review and discuss the Institute's activities and future strategy. Exactly one year from his election, ISISC President Mr. Jean-François Thony, building on the legacy of the former President, M. Cherif Bassiouni, presented all the activities performed by the Institute in 2016. Technical assistance, research, education and training were the main pillars and areas of action for the past year. Moreover, President Thony illustrated ISISC's new future strategic vision, emphasizing the need to cope with growing financial challenges, as well as the importance of a new dynamic communication strategy able to increase the visibility of the Institute's activities.

Finally, the Board of Directors is pleased to announce the appointment of Judge Franco Roberti, Italian national anti-mafia Prosecutor, as a new member of ISISC Advisory Board. 

 

Professor M. Cherif Bassiouni, Honorary President of the International Institute of Higher Studies in Criminal Sciences, has today intervened as a special guest to the opening ceremony of #Zerohackathon, at FAO Headquarters in Rome. 
 
Launched by the Italian Society for International Organization (SIOI), in partnership with the United States Diplomatic Mission to Italy, with the US missions to UN agencies in Rome and with the technical support of Food and Agriculture Organization  (FAO), #Zerohackathon is the first international competition on sustainable solutions to the most urgent global challenges. Innovative ideas are at the heart of the competition, which brings together 160 talented students from all over the world, 20 teams and 10 international experts. 
 
The opening ceremony was attended also by Pietro Grasso, President of the Italian Senate.

This is to announce that the new book of Prof. M. Cherif Bassiouni, Chronicles of the Egyptian Revolution and its Aftermath: 2011–2016, has been published in November 2016.
The book is about the Egyptian people's 2011 Revolution for freedom, justice, and human dignity, and its aftermath.
Please find attached a form to order the book from Cambridge University Press with a 20% discount.
For further info, click here.

ISISC, on the impulse of the International Institute of Research against Counterfeit Medicines (IRACM), is organizing from November 21 to 25 the first meeting of experts in order to strengthen “The Fight against Counterfeit Drugs in Francophone Africa”. The project currently involves 7 francophone African states: Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Ivory Coast, Mali, Senegal and Chad, and is intended for representatives of the Ministries of the Interior and of Health. 14 participants and 3 speakers are attending the meeting. Counterfeiting pharmaceuticals is a particularly worrying phenomenon in Africa and threatens the health of millions of people around the world. Counterfeiting medicines has, moreover, become the most profitable source of income for organized crime; therefore, this scourge must find global and regional response. The main objective of this project is to help strengthen the fight against counterfeiting while reaching a political consensus for the preparation, adoption and implementation of comprehensive, modern and adequate national legislation.
The second meeting of experts is scheduled in March 2017.
 

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