This committee is responsible for investigating the relationship between the European Public Prosecutor’s Office and the traditional media, as well as analyzing the reasons why traditional media are usually reluctant to divulge information on such enhanced cooperation.
Furthermore, the committee analyzes with a critical eye specific crimes that damage the EU’s financial interests, UE self-laundering. The aim is to encourage the formulation of proposals and suggestions aimed at countering elusive criminal phenomena, such as mafia-type criminal organizations.
Journalist, writer and screenwriter
Law student at the Milano-Bicocca University
The members of the committee are continuously updated following the accessions.
As of 30/11/2023 the registered members are n. 325
Spreading consciousness among students and European citizens-taxpayers, Roberto Saviano in collaborazione con il centro di eccellenza Steppo-Epponfi dell’Università Milano Bicocca.
Author: Sofia Mazza – Law student Milano-Bicocca University Communication and marketing manager – Steppo EULaw Editorial board-Vice chair Media Committee Committee: Media Committee Date: 21/11/2023 Martedì 14 novembre 2023, nell’ambito delle lezioni del corso base...
Author: Sofia Mazza – Law student Milano-Bicocca University Communication and marketing manager – Steppo EULaw Editorial board Date: 23/10/2023 A margine dell'incontro del 28 settembre con 2023 Roberto Saviano, chair del comitato “Media Subcommittee” del progetto...
STEPPO Università di Milano-Bicocca: centro di eccellenza invitato a Lussemburgo alla Procura Europea EPPO
Author: Iman Khodri Committee: Create Committee Date: 31/10/2023 Il 18 ottobre 2023 si è svolto in Lussemburgo un evento significativo in quanto il Centro di Eccellenza Jean Monnet EPPO- A New Frontier in Integration (EPPONFI), noto anche come STEPPO, dell’Università...
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