Organized crime in Africa
A Talk by Taiwo Lawrence Adeyemi , Sara Mariella Lambertini , Pholla Samkezi Mbalane , Romi Sigsworth and Brittany VandeBerg
About this Talk
In this session, Taiwo Lawrence Adeyemi will present his paper on crude oil thefts and obsolete oil metering systems in Nigeria. After this intervention, Sara Mariella Lambertini will present on Nigerian cyber organized crime and its evolution. Romi Sigsworth will deliver a presentation on the involvement of marginalized women in organized crime in East Africa and the development of appropriate interventions. The session will conclude with a presentation by Pholla Samkezi Mbalane, who will speak about the nexus between organized crime and state fragility in the African continent.
About The Speakers
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Taiwo Lawrence Adeyemi
Research Assistant, Global Initiative against Transnational Organized Crime [GI-TOC]
Research Assistant at Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime.
Sara Mariella Lambertini
PhD Student in Social Sciences and Statistics, University of Naples Federico II
PhD Student in Social Sciences and Statistics (University of Naples Federico II), specialized in transnational organized crime and human trafficking.
Pholla Samkezi Mbalane
PhD. candidate with specialization in Political Sciences, University of the Free State, South Africa
PhD. with Specialisation in Political Sciences; Abe Bailey Travel Scholarhip Recepient; Golden Key International Honor Society Member; Junior Lecturer in Political Sciences; Senior Officer: Residence Head: Housing & Residence Affairs.
Institute for Security Studies
Research Consultant with the ENACT programme of the Institute for Security Studies.