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The GREVIO’s Evaluation Report on Italy: Where We Are in the Implementation of the Istanbul Convention

The contribution (in Italian language) analyses the assessment of the implementation of the Istanbul Convention in Italy by the Group of experts on Action against Women and Domestic Violence (GREVIO), focusing on critical issues and actions suggested to the Italian authorities to tackle with gender violence in a more effective way.

Crimmigration in Europe: a Comparative and European Perspective on Criminal Law and Immigration Control

Gian Luigi Gatta, Valsamis Mitsilegas, Stefano Zirulia (ed.), Controlling Immigration Through Criminal Law. European and Comparative Perspectives on "Crimmigration", Hart Publishing, 2021

Presumption of Innocence, Fair Trial and Defence Rights in the European Union: An Analysis of the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights

European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA), "Presumption of innocence and related rights - Professional perspectives", March 31, 2021

Covid Emergency and Suspension of the Statute of Limitations for the Crime

Spanish translation of G.L. Gatta, Covid Emergency and suspension of the statute of limitations for the crime, in Sistema penale, December 26, 2020

The Numbers of Trafficking in Human Beings Worldwide and the Possible Repercussions of the Pandemic Crisis

Published the fifth UNODC Global report on trafficking in persons, ed. 2020

General Principles of Criminal Law in the EU

Presentation of the book R. Sicurella - V. Mitsilegas - R. Parizot - A. Lucifora, "Principios generales del Derecho Penal en la Unión Europea", BOE ed., 2020

The Applicability of Human Rights Treaties to Search and Rescue Operations in the High Seas: A Landmark Decision of the UN Human Rights Committee

Human Rights Committee, A.S. and others v. Italy and Malta, communication n. 3043/2017, Decision (Malta, CCPR/C/130/D/3042/2017) and Views (Italy, CCPR/C/128/D/3043/2017) of 27 January 2021

First Worldwide Trial on State Crimes in Syria

A German court convicts a former agent of the Assad regime for crimes against humanity on the basis of the principle of universal jurisdiction