On December 3rd, Mr. Ezechia Paolo Reale, Secretary General of the Siracusa International Institute, will be one of the experts invited to join the hearing in front of the Committee on Culture, Science, Education and the Media of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe. The hearing, which will take place in the session
On Friday 6 November, The Siracusa International Institute for Criminal Justice and Human Rights will mark an important milestone for its three-year research and capacity-building project across South Eastern Europe, with the launch of a new report: Closing the Implementation Gap: Criminal justice responses to illicit trade in South Eastern Europe and associated challenges. This
Vienna: The Institute joins the 10th session of the conference of the parties to the Palermo Convention
Between October 12th and 16th, 2020, The Siracusa International Institute for Criminal Justice and Human Rights is participating in the 10th session of the conference of the parties to the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime (UNTOC or “Palermo Convention”). Adopted twenty years ago in Palermo by the General Assembly resolution 55/25 (15 November
Today, the Siracusa International Institute remembers its founder, a source of inspiration, and long-standing former President, Professor M. Cherif Bassiouni, on the third anniversary of his death. Universally considered as the “Father of International Criminal Law”, Professor Bassiouni dedicated his life to the development of international criminal justice and effective protection of human rights worldwide. The
It is now online on the Institute’s website (www.siracusainstitute.org) a new navigation section entirely dedicated to the Memoirs of Professor M. Cherif Bassiouni, one of the Institute’s founders and President for more than 30 years. In this section, you will find important materials such as documents, speeches, interviews, and videos related to his life and
A new navigation section entirely dedicated to the memoirs of Professor M. Cherif Bassiouni will be available in September on the Institute’s website. This section will contain various documents, speeches, video interviews and photographs of Professor Bassiouni relating to his life and to his immense work in favour of international criminal justice and human rights.