Malta UNESCO Youth Association is a member of the Flare Network. An opportunity for a muya member to go to a FLARE event has come up.
See below! If interested send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The application for the new edition of OLE - Otranto Legality Exprience 2011 is OPEN!
Apply now, cause places are limited! --- go to www.ole2011.org
WHAT IS OLE?
Otranto Legality Experience is a unique opportunity to investigate issues related to the relationship between organised crime and globalisation, through workshops, seminars and discussions held by Italian and international speakers.
Organised by FLARE Network, the event is held from5th to 11th of September 2011.
The goal is to develop and set a benchmark in Europe for the role of civil society in combating transnational organised crime.
The 2010 edition of the event was attended by more than 60 speakers and more than 200 members. Media partners of the event were Current TV Italy, Lastampa.it, La Gazzetta del Mezzogiorno and Telenorba.
OLE is dedicated to the memory of Renata Fonte, killed by mafia on March 31, 1984, and this year to the journalist Toni Fontana. The cultural coordintator of the event is Vittorio Agnoletto.
OLE is made of two parts: the Summer Camp and the Forum.1. OLE SUMMER CAMPfrom 5th to 8th September
The summer camp is open to 200 participants. The aim is to examine and to attempt to identify what and how large the gray areas are in the workings of finance and economics and to suggest possible legal actions against people involved.
The four areas open for discussion and analysis at the 2011 event will be: 1) International organisations, 2) States, 3) Corporations 4) Civil society.
From 9th to 11th September
The 2011 edition of the summer camp will follow a public forum open to all, with meetings, debates, cultural events on issues of globalisation, social justice and finance. Participants include highly qualified speakers from different regions of the world.
The title of the 2011 event is Illegal Economy, Mafias and Financial Globalisation, aimed at civil society, public administration and all stakeholders. The forum also provides an opportunity for visibility of civil society organisations, national and international presence through stands and spaces.
FLARE - Freedom, Legality And Rights in Europe - is a network made of civil society organizations for the social struggle against mafias and transnational organized crime.
The FLARE Network is composed by 38 non-governmental organizations from 25 countries from the Council of Europe. They are active in fields such as youth promotion, fight against women and child sexual exploitation, environmental protection, human rights defence, fight against corruption, support to migrants and refugees. FLARE members come from the areas of Europe, Mediterranean basin, Russian Federation, Caucasus and Balkans.