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Monthly Archives: February 2017

From 1-3 March 2017, the Siracusa Institute will hold a high-level expert meeting to formally launch its research project on Illicit Trade and Related Crimes. This project was established to examine the complex, multifaceted phenomena of illicit trade, primarily from a criminal justice perspective. At its core, the project challenges some of the fundamental assumptions

On 21 February 2017, The Economist held the Global Illicit Trade Summit in Brussels, Belgium. The Summit brought together more than 100 high-level representatives including policy-makers, regulators, government officials and members of the private sector. Tobias Freeman, Senior Legal Officer, participated in the Summit on behalf of the Siracusa Institute. The Summit focused on how

Il Siracusa Institute saluta l’Avv. Ettore Randazzo con profonda stima e gratitudine. A lungo componente del CDA dell’Istituto, Presidente del Comitato Scientifico, fondatore del LA.P.E.C., promotore di numerose attività scientifiche e superbo mattatore dell’Agòn, Ettore sarà ricordato per la sua elegante professionalità e  la preziosità della sua amicizia.

The Siracusa Institute is pleased to confirm that Mr François Molins, Paris Chief Prosecutor, and Mr Frédéric Van Leeuw, Belgian Federal Prosecutor, will speak at our Second Specialization Course for Junior Prosecutors in Siracusa, 3-14 July 2017. On the topic “International Cooperation on Terrorism“, they will discuss their joint investigations and prosecutions relating to the

Sabato 18 febbraio 2017 avrà luogo presso la sede dell’Istituto, via Logoteta n° 27, il convegno dal titolo “Amianto: strage invisibile e silenziosa in Sicilia”. Interveranno all’iniziativa l’Avv. Ezechia Paolo Reale, Segretario Generale The Siracusa International Institute for Criminal Justice and Human Rights, l’Avv. Ezio Bonanni, Presidente Nazionale ONA Onlus, Calogero Vicario, Coordinatore ONA Sicilia,

Filippo Musca, Deputy Director of the Siracusa International Institute, attended today the Launching Conference of the Euromed Justice IV (EMJ IV) project in the Hague. The major purpose of the project is to enhance the development of effective and democratic justice systems in Europe and the Mediterranean region that respect human rights, the rule of law and