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What happened when Italy criminalised environmental protest

By Anna Di Ronco, Senior Lecturer in Criminology, University of Essex
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Environmental movements are increasingly finding it hard to exercise their right to protest. This is partly due to the pandemic, though not always. The UK government, for instance, has proposed a bill which would give the police extra powers to use against protests, based on a government…

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