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.
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.