Webinar series Coalition of Faith-Based Organizations
Combatting Organized Crime
Social Harm of Organized Crime on Communities
Restorative Justice,Victim Assistance and Faith-Based Organizations
Ethics and Corruption
The Role of Ethics, Education and Good Governance for Crime Prevention andCriminal Justice: Perspectives from Faith-Based Organizations
Other interesting Events
The issue of organized crime is growing in severity. We need to determine and formulate good policy. And to do that we need strong research that we can discuss and debate. The first ever online 24 hour Conference on Global Organized Crime is an unprecedented opportunity for interaction on the topics of criminal groups, criminal networks, and organized crime. Experts, analysts and scholars from around the world are coming together for the conference, and you can join the discussion too.
Austrian Minister of Justice, Alma Zadic, and UNODC Director Ghada Waly at the “Impact of COVID on Organized Crime” side event organized during the 10th Conference of Parties to the UN Convention against Transnational Organized Crime in Vienna, Austria.
Podcast Series Global Initiative against Organized Crime
From drug trafficking to human smuggling and from cybercrime to illegal mining.
The Deep Dive podcast takes an in depth look at transnational organized crime investigations from the Global Initiative, drawing on the range of expertise from the GI Network of over 500 experts.
As part of UNODC’s Global Programme for the Implementation of the Doha Declaration, the E4J initiative aims to build a culture of lawfulness among children and youth through the development of age-appropriate educational materials on topics related to criminal justice, crime prevention and the rule of law. E4J has developed together with hundreds of academics a broad range of University Modules to strengthen teaching on issues related to the rule of law at higher education institutions around the world. This includes modules on crime prevention and criminal justice, organized crime, trafficking in persons and smuggling of migrants, counter-terrorism, cybercrime, anti-corruption, firearms trafficking, wildlife crime, and integrity and ethics.
ICPA’S ONLINE ACADEMY
CONTINUOUS LEARNING AND SHARING
Starting 2nd November 2020
ICPA is proud to launch ‘Achieve’, its new Online Learning Academy. This latest initiative will bring rich and diverse content and a unique learning experience to our members. Led by prominent academics and accomplished practitioners, the curriculum takes participants through a three-phase journey across four challenging areas in corrections.
This is your opportunity to get the latest evidence-based overviews of effective practice. ‘Achieve’ promises to deliver a wealth of insights. It will be accessible online and from anywhere in the world.
If you are interested in to join the Coalition,please send us an e-mail below
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