Organized crime and corruption
A Talk by Tuesday Reitano, Elizabeth SAENZ, Ian Tennant and Dr. Fernando Zarabozo Fernando Gabriel Zarabozo
The Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime,
Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime and
European Center for Security Studies "George C. Marshall"
About this talk
In this session, Fernando Zarabozo will deliver a presentation on the ways in which corruption influences organized crime and criminal actors in Argentina. More specifically, the presentation will explore issues of transparency and accountability as they relate to the financing of political activities, money-laundering policies, their impact on judicial agencies and criminal justice policies. After this intervention, Elizabeth Sáenz will discuss the findings of a study that seeks to explain why corruption in drug treatment matters; as well as explore how corruption threatens global development, democracy, and human well-being. The session will conclude with a presentation by Ian Tennant, GI-TOC's Resilience Fund Manager.