Tag: Cherif Bassiouni

In memory of professor Cherif Bassiouni

In memory of professor Cherif Bassiouni

Professor Em. M. Cherif Bassiouni passed away today at his home in Chicago. He was an extraordinary man and scholar, with whom we have had the enormous pleasure and honour of working together. In him we found an enthusiastic friend for the promotion of the Rule of Law. In November 2016, Professor Bassiouni accepted our proposal to collaborate with the Global

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Presented at the Siracusa Institute the document illustrating the right to know

Presented at the Siracusa Institute the document illustrating the right to know

On Monday, May 29th, the document instructing the campaign led by the Nonviolent Radical Party transnational transparty (NRPTT) together with a coalition of organizations for the recognition by the United Nations of the universal right to know was presented at the Syracuse International Institute for Criminal Justice and Human Rights. The initiative stems from Marco Pannella’s attempt to prevent military action

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Explanatory document on the right to know presented

Explanatory document on the right to know presented

In a press conference called on Thursday 25 May at the headqarters of the Nonviolent Radical Party trasnational and transparty, Amb. Giulio Terzi, Paolo Reale, Laura Harth and Matteo Angioli presented the explanatory document setting out the concept definition of the right to know. The final document had been published earlier on 12 May 2017 for the Conference “Information and public

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The Right to Know defined: Publication by the Scientific Committee

The Right to Know defined: Publication by the Scientific Committee

The Scientific Committee to the Global Committee for the Rule of Law “Marco Pannella”, presided by Prof. Em. Cherif Bassiouni, presents the concept definition and background document to the Right to Know. This document will guide the promoters for the adoption of this human right in their campaign and serve as a basis for further debate at all relevant Institutions

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