CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSES FOR JOURNALISTS LAUNCH ON JUNE 2

Ancona will be the first city to host the ICSA Continuing Education event on illicit trafficking and financing of jihadist terrorism. The free courses are accredited by the Ordine dei Giornalisti (the Italian Press Association) and are offered to share the results of the Fighting Terrorism on the Tobacco Road research project. Each event is designed with a capacity of up to 50 attendees. The first event is planned for 2 June 2019. For registration, journalists must monitor the official SiGEF platform, where the regional associations of Apulia, Campania, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Latium, Lombardy, Marche and Sicily will publish the final calendar, venue and other practical information. For any further information, please feel free to contact ICSA.

May 23: Fighting Terrorism in Avezzano

ICSA will be presenting Fighting Terrorism on the Tobacco Road to high school seniors in Avezzano on 23 May. Carlo De Stefano and Elettra Santori, two of the editors of the Fighting Terrorism on the Tobacco Road report, will meet students of the Benedetto Croce High School to discuss its key findings. Disseminating results is a central point of the ICSA project, which aims not only to describe facts but also to increase awareness of the threat posed by illegal traffics.