Il Diritto di avere diritti

An undeniable need for rights and law is everywhere, challenges all forms of repression, innervates the same politics.
Private strong powers elude State controls and reshape the world and the single lives. But more and more women and men fight them, denouncing inequalities, organizing themselves on the web, challenging authoritarian political regimes. Their action is a planetary and daily declaration of rights, which fights the claim to leave the market regulating itself, focuses on the dignity of people, brings out the common goods and looks to a future where technoscience is building a different image of man. A new idea of citizenship was born, a wealth of rights accompanying the person in any place of the world.

Stefano Rodotà
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Translated in Spanish by:
with title: El Derecho a tener derechos