Unpacking Human Rights with Antonio Stango – An Inspiring Journey from Activism to Leadership

Join us as we sit down with Antonio Stango, an Italian political scientist and expert on human rights. He’s a writer, editor and the current President of the Italian Federation for Human Rights. Antonio has dedicated his life to fighting for human rights and has been involved in numerous campaigns and initiatives. From his time serving as a second lieutenant in the Italian Army to his role as Federal Secretary of the Italian Radical Party and his founding of the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights, we’ll delve into his journey of activism and advocacy. Listen as he shares his experiences of lecturing on human rights in various countries and being a member of the working group for the education of human rights.

Antonio is also a member of the Board of Directors of Hands Off Cain, whose mission is the worldwide ban of the death penalty. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from a true human rights champion!

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