criminal governance

Criminal governance is defined as instances in which armed criminal groups set and enforce rules, provide security and other basic services – such as water, electricity, or internet access – in an urban area, which may be a part (or the whole) of an informal settlement or a neighborhood.

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Talks related to criminal governance

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Taking the measure of crime: The 2021 Global Organized Crime Index

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Expert networks addressing TOC

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Graphic narratives of organised crime, gender and power in Europe

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Development response to organized crime: Perspectives from the UK and the US

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The private sector and organized crime

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Breaking drug policy silos: Examples from France and Canada

1

The politics of violence in Mexico and Central America

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Organized corruption: Manifestations, impact and remedies

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Organized crime in Latin America: What is new?

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Criminal gangs

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Organised crime in France

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Organized crime during the COVID-19 pandemic

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Los Plebes - Young people working for Mexican Cartels

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Partnerships for peace: Standing up against violence one destroyed weapon at a time

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Criminal networks

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Organized crime in Brazil

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Organized crime and urban violence

2

Intelligence and its role on countering transnational organised crime

2

Criminal dynamics, illicit markets and violence in Latin America

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Critical review of Mexico’s security policy

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Narco-terrorism in South Asia

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Governance and redistribution of criminal assets

2

Organized crime - terrorism nexus

2

Understanding biker crime: Perspectives from the Netherlands and Australia

2

Nigerian organized crime

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The Stories Within: Encounters with South African prisons and its people

2

Approaches to outlaw motorcycle gangs in the Netherlands and Australia

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Organized crime and drugs in the Netherlands

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Expanding beyond cocaine: Rising polycriminality along the ‘cocaine route’

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Strengthening resilience in the Western Balkans: Challenges and opportunities for civil society

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Developing a network disruption strategy

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Devolution, urban growth role and the surge of gangs in Kenya

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Criminal clans, families and structures

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Civil society engagement against transnational organized crime: An overview

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

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The missing links: Explaining the absence of debate on transnational organized crime in India

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Conflict, illicit economies, and community resilience

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Contract killings and its impact in civil society: Avenues for monitoring and responding

13

Criminal networks

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The intersection between illicit economies and instability in West Africa

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Criminal dynamics and vulnerability in rural strategic regions

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Transforming trauma as preventative strategy: Trauma-informed approaches to nurturing resilience against organised crime in at-risk youth

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Transnational organized criminal activities of Lebanese Hezbollah

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Organized crime in Africa

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Understanding organized crime: Definitions and governance

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Transnational organized crime

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Organized crime around the globe


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