About this Talk

This panel will explore the mafia-state relation and the alleged “trattativa”(negotiation) between them, particularly the Cosa Nostra members, that took place in 1992. They will then discuss the Nigerian criminal networks in Campania in Southern Italy where trafficking in Nigerian women and girls remains a problem. They will also analyze the organized crime phenomenon of ‘Ndrangheta’ which is the Calabrian version of mafia, which has developed a terrifying global network of organized crime criminal power. Finally, they will look at the old problems and new perspectives of the “great transformation” of Ndrangheta during 1960-1970. 

19 October 2023, 07:00 AM

07:00 AM - 08:15 AM

About The Speakers

Vincenzo Scalia

Vincenzo Scalia

University of Florence


Ruggero Clemenza

Ruggero Clemenza

Phd Candidate in Studies of Organized Crime, University of Milan

Phd Candidate in Organised Crime, University of Milan. My research focus on the history of 'ndrangheta groups in Reggio Calabria (1945-1970).


Sara Mariella Lambertini

Sara Mariella Lambertini

PhD Student in Social Sciences and Statistics, University of Naples Federico II

PhD Student in Social Sciences and Statistics (University of Naples Federico II), specialized in transnational organized crime and human trafficking.


Vincent C Figliomeni

Vincent C Figliomeni

Director, F.F. Social Science Research Center in Calabria

PhD in Criminology and vast experience as a Practitioner (Global Security Professional)


Chiara Gentili

Chiara Gentili

GITOC

Analyst at the GI-TOC and core member of the Global OC Index team