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Malini, Roberto
By Roberto Malini
Co-founder, EveryOne Group, Italy

Articles in this column
Milan/Rafah - It is essential that Israel continues to fight the trafficking of slaves in northern Sinai by putting pressure on the Egyptian government and the Palestinian authorities, but also by coordinating, alongside the United Nations and democratic governments, anti-trafficking operations in Sudan and Eritrea.  (Full Story)
Rome - Hundreds of local authorities in Italy have adopted anti-Roma measures which explicitly prohibit the parking and unloading of waste by camper vans, caravans and vehicles equipped with living quarters on municipal land. (Full Story)
Rome - EveryOne Group wishes to congratulate you on all your civil activities. The LGBT Pride Parade in Belgrade is an event that represents a high level of civilization, and we must support and defend it at all costs. (Full Story)
Cairo - The first stage of Operation Eagle, which hit some of the largest smugglers and terrorists' hideouts in North Sinai and destroyed some of the tunnels linking Rafah to the Gaza Strip, has allowed dozens of sub-Saharan prisoners to flee from the prison camps. Some of them have fallen into the hands of the Egyptian police and will be repatriated, while others are attempting to reach Israel. (Full Story)
A new form of persecution of the Romanian Roma community is taking place in Italy. The police chiefs are serving Roma men and women without a residence who are caught begging with an expulsion order.  (Full Story)
Rome - On July 23, 2012, the young refugee Mihret Afewerki was given an appointment to speak to the police. Our appeal - signed by EveryOne Group, Gandhi NGO, the Associazione Sacco and Vanzetti and Giuristi Democratici - was sent to all Swedish and international authorities. (Full Story)
The government of Italy has come under attack for cutting funds to UNAR - the National Office against Racial Discrimination. UNAR is  seriously affected by the spending review cuts. (Full Story)
Rome / Beijing - The poet and human rights activist Zhu Yufu(58), arrested by Chinese authorities in February and sentenced to seven years in prison for a poem transmitted over Skype to friends and colleagues, has been repeatedly subjected to physical and pharmacological torture according to local sources. (Full Story)
Rome / Arish - The Egyptian activist, Hamdy Al-Azazy, winner of the 2011 Makwan Prize, has informed us that he believes his life is in danger.  (Full Story)
Friday, June 2, 2012. EveryOne Group joins the campaign launched by the Movement for Justice in support of Linda Nakibbuka, a lesbian from Uganda, who risks deportation from the United Kingdom back to Uganda, a nation where both female and homosexual activity is illegal.  (Full Story)
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