A critical overview of how Italian international cooperation funds are spent.
Following two requests of information under the right of access to European Parliament, Council and Commission documents concerning EUTFA-funded projects currently implemented in Libya by IOs, ASGI received unsatisfying and poorly reasoned answers from the European Union.
The event, held in Rome on 5 December 2019, was organised by ASGI in cooperation with the Clinica Legale International Protection of Human Rights.
In cooperation with the Legal Clinic of the University of Roma Tre, the project “Oruka – Beyond the border” organized the self-training event for researchers, experts and legal practitioners “The new Frontex regulation and the agency’s extended powers: possible perspectives for strategic litigation”.
ASGI (Sciabaca project) submitted a series of requests for access to public information concerning projects implemented by international and non-governmental organizations in Libya, Niger, Tunisia and Egypt, financed with Italian funds from the so called “Africa Fund”.
Between 26 and 30 June 2019 a team of lawyers and legal professionals, coordinated by ASGI in the context of project Sciabaca, went to Patras in order to carry out a legal observation of the local situation concerning readmissions of foreign citizens and asylum seekers from the Italian Adriatic ports to Greece based on summary […]
From June 14 to 19, 2019 three lawyers of the Sciabaca and Oruka projects and a cultural mediator, carried out a second study visit to Niger to further investigate the findings the first mission carried out in November 2018.
The full transcript of the international conference “Violation of human rights following the closure of the Libyan route: the jurisdictional remedies and legal responsibilities of Italy and Libya”, held in Tunis on 15 and 16 March 2019, are now available online.