What’s the plan? Time for a global strategy against TOC

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Organized crime has become a threat to peace, development, security and the rule of law around the world as shown by the Global Organized Crime Index. Despite the global and serious nature of this threat and a normative framework to deal with it, namely the UN Convention against Transnational Organized Crime, there is no strategy to prevent and address organized crime. Is it time for a global strategy? What could building blocks of such a strategy look like? And how could it be implemented? Join us to find out more and to express your view.

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Shirleen Chin

International Legal Consultant and Expert on Strategic Advocacy (Green Transparency), Member of Global Initiative against Transnational Organised Crime and IUCN World Commission on Environmental Law

François Mathieu

Independent Expert

Carolina Sampó

PhD in Social Sciences. Master's degree in International Studies. Bachelor in Political Sciences.

Maurício Vieira

Head of the Chair on Countering Illicit Trade and Preventing Transnational Organized Crime.

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