ISISC

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ISISCInstitut Supérieur International des Sciences Criminelles (French: International Institute of Criminal Sciences; Italy)
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Established in Siracusa in 1972, the ISISC is an Italian not-for-profit foundation, dedicated to education, training and research in the fields of international and comparative criminal justice and human rights.
ISISC's publications in Arabic are considered the leading texts in the fields of human rights and international criminal law.
(66) See Italian International Institute of Higher Studies in Criminal Sciences, Criminal Justice and Human Rights Training Programs in Afghanistan: A Report on ISISC Project Activities from July 2003 through July 2004, http://www.isisc.org/docs/ July_2004_Report_ISISC_Progratm_Afghanistan.htm (providing a summary of civil sector justice reform) (copy of the interim code on file with authors).
(76.) In June 1995, a group of experts acting in their individual capacity convened at the International Institute of Higher Studies in the Criminal Sciences (ISISC - Siracusa) to contribute alternative and supplemental text to the International Law Commission's 1994 Draft Statute for an International Criminal Court.
Cherif Bassiouni, Head of the International Institute of Higher Studies in Criminal Sciences (ISISC) located in Siracusa, Italy, said that the importance of the joint Iran-Italy conference lies in the fact that for the first time the most renowned lawyers and university professors of the two countries have convened to exchange their views about the two countries' penal systems.
In the field of human rights, a total of 94 officers were trained abroad in co-ordination with the International Institute of Higher Studies in Criminal Sciences (ISISC) in Italy.
The burden of proving that treatment complies with the prohibition of torture and other ill-treatment should be on the State." The External Legal Experts have advised that the "standing body" role can be fulfilled by the office of the Attorney-General, while United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and the International Institute of Higher Studies in Criminal Sciences (ISISC) will provide technical assistance with implementing this recommendation.
A public foundation by presidential decree, ISISC is a scientific institution devoted to higher education, studies, research, training and technical assistance in matters pertaining to international and comparative criminal law, international humanitarian law and security issues.
The Public Prosecution will undergo intensive training at the International Institute of Higher Studies in Criminal Sciences (ISISC) in Siracusa, Italy.
Florida's ISISCS team was typical, deploying to Bay St.