WITNESS - Maud de Boer-Buquicchio and Tim Morris

WITNESS - Maud de Boer-Buquicchio and Tim Morris

Ms. Maud de Boer-Buquicchio is currently UN Special Rapporteur on the sale and sexual exploitation of children as well as President of the European Federation for Missing and Exploited Children (MCE). From 2002-2012 she served as Deputy Secretary General of the Council of Europe. Prior to that she was Deputy Registrar to the European Court of Human Rights, and served the European Commission of Human Rights in various capacities. All through her professional career she focussed on children’s human rights. Mr. Tim Morris is the Executive Director for Police Services at INTERPOL. Prior to this he served for 30 years with the Australian Federal Police. During his career Mr Morris worked in a variety of fields, including organized crime, counter narcotic operations, anti-money laundering, overseas liaison, counter terrorism, international operations, intelligence and high-tech crime. Mr Morris was awarded the Member of the Order of Australia in 2003 for his leadership of the Bali bombing investigation. Mr. Morris lives now in Lyon, France at the International Headquarters of Interpol.

GIANNI BUQUICCHIO eng

GIANNI BUQUICCHIO eng

ONE in FIVE: Interview with Mrs Maud de Boer Buquicchio, Council of Europe Deputy Secretary General

ONE in FIVE: Interview with Mrs Maud de Boer Buquicchio, Council of Europe Deputy Secretary General

Mrs de Boer-Buquicchio shares the achievements and successes of the ONE in FIVE Campaign expanding on some of the next plans for the campaign. Talking about sexual abuse and sexual exploitation of children, she points out that: "There is still a denial of the problem. People just do not want to admit that this phenomenon exists and that it often occurs in the family environment. (...) There cannot be excuses; the facts are there; it is a real phenomenon". She also explores the main difficulties faced by Parliamentarians in convincing their governments to sign and ratify the Lanzarote Convention, and why the help of contact parliamentarians is crucial in stepping up the pace to mobilise actions against sexual violence. For more information please visit: www.coe.int/oneinfive, www.coe.int/children

Andrea Buquicchio

Andrea Buquicchio

Intervista ad Andrea Buquicchio per L10 di Libera Piemonte

Lucia Buquicchio interpreta ''Il mare d'inverno'' di Loredana Bertè

Lucia Buquicchio interpreta ''Il mare d'inverno'' di Loredana Bertè

Voci registrate e mixate presso lo Studio di registrazione "D.M.A. Recording di Bovisio Masciago. Montaggio video Valeria Cuciniello

Lucia Buquicchio interpreta ''Because you love me'' di Celine Dion

Lucia Buquicchio interpreta ''Because you love me'' di Celine Dion

Voci registrate e mixate presso lo Studio di registrazione "D.M.A. Recording di Bovisio Masciago. Montaggio video Valeria Cuciniello

-4 fam. Buquicchio

-4 fam.  Buquicchio

Hai preso i biglietti per l'anteprima nazionale di venerdi? La famiglia Buqucchio Sì, ed è già pronta. Hans nel film interpreterà un esigente allenatore di basket. Nadia sarà invece una maestra collega di Liliana. Samuele interpreterà un giocatore di basket e Matteo sarà Domiziano Marasco da bambino.

In Memory of Daniel Buquicchio

In Memory of Daniel Buquicchio

Lucia Buquicchio interpreta ''Io domani'' di Marcella Bella

Lucia Buquicchio interpreta ''Io domani'' di Marcella Bella

Voci registrate e mixate presso lo Studio di registrazione "D.M.A. Recording di Bovisio Masciago. Montaggio video Valeria Cuciniello

TG 17.01.11 L'inclusione sociale secondo il professor Michele Buquicchio

TG 17.01.11 L'inclusione sociale secondo il professor Michele Buquicchio

"Le giunte Fitto e Vendola in Puglia hanno legiferato a favore dell'inclusione sociale". Lo dice il professor Michele Buquicchio curatore di un volume sull'inclusione sociale e presentato stamattina a Bari. http://www.antennasud.com

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