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Datum: 10.07.2019 11:00
Ort: Max-Planck-Institut für ausländisches und internationales Strafrecht, Günterstalstraße 73, 79100 Freiburg im Breisgau
Ansprechperson: Dr. Carolin Hillemanns
Email: c.hillemanns@mpicc.de
Veranstaltet von: IMPRS REMEP & MPICC
Northern Italy: The Long March of the ‘Ndrangheta. Old History and New Stories © private

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It is pos­si­ble to de­s­cri­be the his­to­ry of the pre­sence of the Ca­la­bri­an ‘Ndrang­he­ta in Nor­thern Ita­ly as a long, win­ding march, slo­wi­ng down and spee­ding up, co­ming to a halt and star­ting up again. To be mo­re pre­ci­se, it is the his­to­ry of a par­ti­cu­lar kind of ma­fia co­lo­ni­sa­ti­on. In­de­ed, at the be­gin­ning of the new mill­en­ni­um, the si­tua­ti­on in Nor­thern Ita­ly, espe­ci­al­ly in Pied­mont, Lom­bardy and Emi­lia, can be apt­ly sum­med up by this image: whi­le Si­ci­li­an Co­sa No­stra has be­co­me wea­ker than be­fo­re, the we­al­thiest and most cos­mo­po­li­tan re­gi­ons in Ita­ly are ex­pe­ri­en­cing an un­even pro­cess of ‘Ndrang­he­ta co­lo­ni­sa­ti­on. Why? To what ex­tent is it hap­pe­ning? And what does it mean for the fu­ture of Ita­ly and Eu­ro­pe?