In order to help voters make an informed decision on election day, 4 March, Liberties member Antigone has researched each party's position on justice, security and prison.
In order to help voters make an informed decision on election day, the 4 March, Liberties member the Italian Coalition for Civil Liberties and Rights (CILD) has researched each party's position on LGBTI rights.
In order to help voters make an informed decision on 4 March, the Italian Coalition for Civil Liberties and Rights has researched each party's position on immigration and the law on citizenship.
From cannabis legalisation to police identification, here are five areas where urgent legal reform is needed. Will Italy's leading candidates give their support?
On 22 February, the Italian Council of Ministers could have adopted a decree to reform the penitentiary system, which had already gone through the Parliamentary committees. Instead, the Council of Ministers decided to...
The Italian penitentiary code dates back to 1975, and thus reflects outdated procedures and understandings of what is acceptable treatment in prisons. It's time for an update.
A significant rise in the use detention has led to overcrowding in Italian prisons.
Italy's government was asked tough questions during the review of its implementation of the Convention against Torture. Detainees' rights and state authorities' use of torture remain problematic areas.
Italy's new data retention law authorises the storage of phone and web data for up to 6 years, far beyond the timeframe allowed under the previous regulation.
The new postgraduate program is promoted by the Italian Coalition for Civil Liberties and Rights in cooperation with Roma Tre University. Don't miss this amazing opportunity!