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The Venetian Institute publishes articles, books, research papers and short studies, prepared by its own experts or in collaboration with renowned foreign experts.

With the aim of creating a lasting desire for reform, the Institute actively promotes these publications by means of public debates, conferences, mass- media appearances, and by direct mailing to journalists, academics, politicians, business people and the general public in the Venices*.

Most of our publications can be downloaded for free as PDF files by following the links above.


ALL profits from our publications will be used to provide student bursaries to members of the Venetian Police Forces, seriously wounded in the course of duty, who wish to undertake a university degree course (see Police Forces Grants).
A special thank you to these individuals in uniform who risk their life every day to protect our civil society from criminality.


(*) For the purpose of the Institute's work, the words "Venices", "Venetia" and "Northeast Italy" are interchangeable, and are taken as meaning the historical Venices within Northern Italy - i.e. the current italian regions of Venezia Tridentina-Sud Tirol/Alto Adige, Venezia Euganea, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, the current provinces of Bergamo, Brescia, Cremona (i.e Venezia Orobica), and Mantua.