World Congress

for freedom of scientific research

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Betty WILLIAMS, John HARRIS, Ramin JAHANBEGLOO, Marco PERDUCA, Taïeb BACCOUCHE, Marco CAPPATO
04/06/2014
DRAFT FINAL DECLARATION  We, the undersigned, women and men of science, politicians, citizens met in Rome (Chamber of Deputies and Capitol hill) for the Third meeting of the World Congress for Freedom of Research. We welcome the continuation of the World Congress initiative, started with the Constituent Assembly meeting in October 2004 and continued through the first meeting in february...

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