Complaint to the UN Human Rights Committee over the role of Italy, Malta, and Libya in violating the right to leave Libya, resulting in denial of the rights of asylum seekers
Press Conference July 28th, 2020, 3:30 pm CEST_Location: Zoom (here the registration form) and live on ASGI’s Facebook page. Rome/Tunis, 24 July 2020 PRESS RELEASE The Association for Juridical Studies on Migration (ASGI) and the Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies (CIHRS) filed a complaint against Italy, Malta and Libya with the UN Human Rights…
The Italian Supreme Administrative Court orders the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to release IOM’s financial reports for projects financed by the Italian Government in Libya
ASGI, in the framework of the projects Sciabaca and Oruka, has presented requests to access the financial reports of projects implemented by IOM and other international organizations in Libya.
On 28 November 2019, the first instance court in Rome, in adjudicating a civil lawsuit promoted by Amnesty international and represented in court by ASGI lawyers, recognizing for the first time that a foreigner illegally pushed back by Italian authorities has the right to enter Italy to seek international protection.
ASGI’s case against italian government for supporting the Libyan Coastguard through misuse of “Africa Fund” money goes on appeal
On 27 June 2019, the Italian Supreme Administrative Court held the first hearing in the case initiated by the Association for Legal Studies on Migration (ASGI) against the Italian Government for allegedly misusing cooperation and development money to provide operational support to the Libyan Coast Guard (LCG), in a bid to stem the flow of…
NGO coalition requests African Commission on Human Rights to probe atrocities against migrants in Libya
On 23 June 2019, the Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies, ASGI and ARCI submitted a joint request to the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights, demanding an investigation into the gross human rights violations against refugees and migrants in Libyan detention centers.
The Court of Rome orders the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to issue an entry visa for humanitarian reasons for an unaccompanied minor in Libya
On 21 February 2019, the Tribunal of Rome ordered the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Italian Embassy at Tripoli, to issue a visa for humanitarian reasons for an unaccompanied Nigerian minor in Libya.