Cooperation against illicit trade in Latin America. The case of AMERIPOL

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"Cooperation between enforcement authorities, as well as public-private partnerships, are more critical than ever to tackle global illicit trade. AMERIPOL, the hemispheric mechanism of police cooperation, leads multiple efforts against illicit trade in Latin America. This initiative will be used to set up a conversation about enforcement cooperation and public-private partnerships at a regional level. What has been achieved? What is lacking? What we should do next? These questions will guide the speakers into a proactive discussion about lessons learned. The diversity of speakers’ backgrounds – police forces, academia, and the private sector - will enrich the session with complementary perspectives."

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Magdalena Alcocer-Vega

Coordinator of the Undergraduate Programme in Strategic Intelligence. Universidad Anáhuac México. Law Faculty

Claudette Vernot

A Colombian lawyer expert in the fight against illegal trade. Chair of the Anticounterfeiting Committee at INTA ( International Trademark Association) covering 9 jurisdictions and 320 members. Coordinator of training in LA& C for different brands and Project Partner of Strategos BIP in the PMI IMPACT 3rd round with the primary goal of capacity building of authorities in the LA&C region.

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