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Tag: human rights


Italy has to compensate chain refoulement victim (Rome Court, May 2023)

The practice of informal readmission (refoulement, or pushback) violates  primary, constitutional and supranational norms and profoundly affects the legal sphere and freedom of the migrant, given that in the present case the applicant was stopped, detained, transferred to another place and handed over to the custody of the agents of a foreign country under the constant control of the authorities and without the possibility of evading the procedure ("chain refoulement"). 


Italian Government has to grant compensation to victims of violent intentional crimes (CJEU, 129/19)

Each Member State has the obligation to provide a scheme on compensation to victims of violent intentional crimes committed in its territory.


Interpol: a weapon against Human Rights defenders?
Established 1956 in Vienna, the INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL POLICE ORGANIZATION - INTERPOL enables police in around 190 member countries to work together "to fight international crime": more in detail, its aim…