On the occasion of the presentation of the new report by the Human Rights Commissioner of the Council of Europe concerning the situation in the Mediterranean, ASGI is pleased to invite you to the conference “RESCUING LIVES IN THE CENTRAL MEDITERRANEAN: CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES”, organized in collaboration with the Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) of Malta and…
The undersigned associations call for an urgent investigation into allegations of the right to health being denied to migrants and asylum seekers in Libya, resulting in consequence with the loss of the most fundamental right of all: the right to life.
ASGI asks the Italian Court of Auditors for an investigation into the use of public funds in detention centres in Libya
ASGI submitted a complaint to the Public Prosecutor’s Office at the Court of Auditors in Rome, pointing out several critical issues concerning the activities carried out by some Italian NGOs in Libya with funds from the Italian Agency for Development Cooperation (AICS).
A foreign citizen who arrived in Trieste in 2020 was denied access to asylum procedures in Italy due to the illegal behavior of the Italian authorities.
European Digital Rights together with 61 civil society organisations have sent an open letter to the European Commission demanding red lines for the applications of AI that threaten fundamental rights.
Italian and foreign nationals have equal rights to access social services, a ruling by Milan’s appeals court has confirmed. The case made national headlines after migrant children in the city of Lodi were effectively barred from eating at their school canteen.
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