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By Roberto Malini
Co-founder, EveryOne Group, Italy

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The Ugandan human rights defender Patrick Leuben Mukajanga has been awarded the 2013 Makwan Prize
Bergamo (Italy)  The year 2013 has been a very difficult year for activists and humanitarian workers throughout the world. The economic crisis, wars and conflicts, the lack of attention of governments and supranational institutions towards the most vulnerable groups in society have generated humanitarian tragedies everywhere. (Full Story)
Camp Ashraf (Iraq): an urgent action is needed to save the lives of 7 hostages
We remain deeply concerned about the horrific attack on the residents of Camp Ashraf on September 1st. The perpetrators of this cowardly attack need to be brought to justice. (Full Story)
Bengali writer and human rights defender Sushmita Banerjee shot dead in Afghanistan
Friday, September 6, 2013 Sushmita Banerjee (b. Kolkaya, Afghanistan, 1963 - d. Paktika, Afghanistan, September 4, 2013) was a Bengali writer and human rights defender.  (Full Story)
Giovanni Palatucci: a Righteous Among the Nations. It is wrong to blacken his name
Milan (Italy) Was Giovanni Palatucci a hero or a zealous Nazi collaborator, guilty of the deportation of hundreds of Jews? Last June the New York Times and  later daily newspapers around the world reported the findings of research carried out by the Primo Levi Center in New York. (Full Story)
An Urgent Appeal to the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon Concerning the Dramatic Situation of the Residents of Camp Liberty
In a criminal act, the Iraqi Government has taken away the T-walls stored in the proximity of Camp Liberty instead of returning them to the camp. In accordance with orders from the Iranian regime, the Iraqi Government is actively encouraging a higher number of casualties among the camp’s residents during future attacks. For this reason urgent action is requested to protect the vulnerable residents. (Full Story)
The Paolo Di Canio Case: no promoters of neo-fascist ideals in sport
The education of young people and society carries the most noble human and social value, both in sports and in daily life. (Full Story)
Lampedusa. Two migrants die due to lack of medical care
Rome/Lampedusa - Two migrants have died in Lampedusa because no medical backup was supplied during rescue operations at sea.  (Full Story)
We are All Boston
Milan - On April 27th, some of the Poets of Change will read out to young pupils, intellectuals and local institutions of Genoa (Italy) the message they received from Thomas M. Menino, the Mayor of Boston.  (Full Story)
Human trafficking in the Sinai: to fight it we need to know it is happening
Milan -Human trafficking in the Sinai. After years of hard work fighting this brutal phenomenon (which causes the deaths of hundreds of young sub-Saharan Africans and which takes place,  year after year, among the general indifference of the world), EveryOne Group is once again appealing to the United Nations, the civilized world and the governments of the countries involved, to seriously tackle this form of organized crime.  (Full Story)
An urgent appeal to the United Nations and its Refugee Agency (UNHCR)
We are expressing our concern over the condition of more than 3,000 members of PMOI who have been forced to leave their home (where they have lived for the last 26 years) due to suppressive measures, and transferred to Camp Liberty (Iraq) with the promise of relocation to other countries. (Full Story)
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