Security, here is the video surveillance in kindergartens

Last week the Budget Commission of the Lombardy Region approved legislation that provides for grants and micro-nests for the installation of video surveillance systems . The bill n. 27 discussed by Pirellone is part of the initiatives in favor of minors who are not yet ready for the kindergarten to protect their safety in an […]

LIBYA. SALAMÉ TAKES STOCK OF THE SITUATION AT THE SECURITY COUNCIL

The head of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL), Ghassan Salamè, took stock of the general situation in Libya linked from Tripoli with the Security Council. Salamé opened his speech talking about the southern region, reminded the members of the Council that “the South remains the vulnerable heart of Libya, which includes almost […]

Security, here is the video surveillance in kindergartens

Last week the Budget Commission of the Lombardy Region approved legislation that provides for grants and micro-nests for the installation of video surveillance systems . The bill n. 27 discussed by Pirellone is part of the initiatives in favor of minors who are not yet ready for the kindergarten to protect their safety in an environment that is too often forgotten and poorly controlled.

Security, the words of the rapporteur
” The objective of the bill – explains Alessandro Corbetta, regional councilor in Lega quota – is to protect the welfare of children who attend kindergartens , also given the shameful cases of chronicle related to the abuse suffered by several children in some of these structures . To this end, different areas of intervention are envisaged, ranging from prevention to continuing education for educators, from video surveillance to assistance to minors victims of abuse and to their families “. According to the councilor this provision will manage to avoid the occurrence of bad episodes involving children. They will be protected by video cameras not only small, but also all teachers who play with passion and honesty their work.

The answer to an emergency
The Region wants to respond with video surveillance to a wave of news reports concerning mistreatment and abuse against children. One of the last in time orders concerns the conviction of Enrico Piroddi to three years in prison last July.

The former owner of the Milanese asylum “Baby world Bicocca” has been found guilty of mistreatment, injuries, kidnapping and abuse of the means of correction. The former coordinator of the facility, Milena Ceres , was instead sentenced to seven months of imprisonment that is added to the two years and nine months negotiated in the abbreviated rite. But there are many cases in the hope that this legislation will definitely put a stop to the phenomenon.

LIBYA. SALAMÉ TAKES STOCK OF THE SITUATION AT THE SECURITY COUNCIL

The head of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL), Ghassan Salamè, took stock of the general situation in Libya linked from Tripoli with the Security Council. Salamé opened his speech talking about the southern region, reminded the members of the Council that “the South remains the vulnerable heart of Libya,

which includes almost 1 million square kilometers of land. The source of much of the nation’s natural wealth, through its water and its oil, has been sadly neglected. Despite years of promises to deal with the situation, conditions are deteriorating at an alarming rate. I had the opportunity to visit the regional capital, Sabha, only a few days ago in what was the first visit of a special envoy to the south since 2012. I heard firsthand the citizens who spoke in a moving way about the terrible sufferings they suffer, from the unbridled brutality of the Da’esh walking through sewer lakes that were created due to the lack of investment in basic public infrastructures “.

Salamè then recalled the lack of control of the borders that failed since 2011. “Add to this – he continued – the insecurity posed by completely porous borders and the presence of foreign mercenaries and common criminals who prey on both citizens and migrants. Many told me they were afraid to see their family leave the house after dark.

I urge the government and the international community to move swiftly and decisively in support of the South. The mission has created a specific task force to tackle the situation. The agencies will do their duty by helping, but it is the Libyan authorities who have to shoulder the burden. There is a cost for this inaction. The rage of the Sudists has unfortunately turned into attacks on water pipes and oil structures, which slowly damage Libya’s economic recovery “.

Migrants, journalists and members of the judiciary detained.
If the South is the priority, the situation is not better in the rest of the country. “While the South is an acute case – observed Salamè – similar troubles and the inability to alleviate them despite repeated commitments, afflicts the whole of Libya. All Libyans have difficulty accessing public services. Prisoners in prison, migrants, journalists, members of the judiciary, to name a few, are subject to abuse and violence by armed groups. Many thousands live with humanitarian concerns “.