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
The Institute mourns the loss of Sir Nigel Rodley, a pioneer in human rights and international law. Nigel worked with the Institute on several occasions, and most recently visited us in February 2016. He will be remembered with affection for his passion and kindness. L’Istituto piange la scomparsa di Sir Nigel Rodley, paladino dei
The Second Specialization Course for Junior Prosecutors on International Criminal Justice and International Cooperation in Criminal Matters, will be held in Siracusa from July 3-14, 2017. The Specialization Course is co-organized by the Siracusa Institute and the International Association of Prosecutors, in cooperation with and supported by the International Association of Penal Law. Today, on
The Siracusa Institute’s 17th Specialization Course in International Criminal Law for Young Penalists will be on ‘The International Criminal Court at Fifteen’ and will be held in Siracusa on May 21-31, 2017. For further information and to submit your application form, please visit the relevant section of the website.
Filippo Musca, Deputy Director of the Siracusa International Institute, has attended on January 18th in Pristina the first Steering Committee of the Twinning Project “Strengthening Efficiency, Accountability and Transparency of the Judicial and Prosecutorial System in Kosovo”, funded by the European Commission. The Siracusa Institute is the ad hoc mandated body of the Italian High
Filippo Musca, Deputy Director General of the Siracusa International Institute for Criminal Justice and Human Rights, attended on January 20 in Valletta the expert meeting on “Juvenile Justice in the Context of Counterterrorism”, organized by the International Institute for Justice and the Rule of Law (IIJ). The overall purpose of the event was to ensure