Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime

GI-TOC

Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime

Type NGO
Website globalinitiative.net
Wikipedia Wikipedia
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Year founded 2013
Location Geneva Switzerland Switzerland
Budget USD 5M-19M
Functions Advocacy, Fieldwork, Sets standards or regulations
Funding sources Governments or multi-govt organizations
Tags crime
Summary The Global Initiative against Transnational Organized Crime is a network of prominent law enforcement, governance and development practitioners who are dedicated to seeking new and innovative strategies and responses to organized crime. Currently, the GI-TOC has five organized-crime observatories and allied networks against organized crime at both country and regional level that focus on the priorities of that region: North Africa and the Sahel (NAS-OBS), based in Valletta, Malta; South Eastern Europe (SEE-OBS), based in Vienna, Austria; East and Southern Africa (ESA-OBS), based in Cape Town, South Africa; with a sub-office in Nairobi, Kenya; Latin America (CAM-OBS), based in Guatemala; Asia-Pacific (APA-OBS); and West Africa (WEA-OBS).

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Publications

GI-TOC · 22 November 2022 English

Illicit financial flows and criminal networks play an instrumental role in shaping ASGM activity and flows, although the scale and frequency of transactions, the depravity of actors, and the subsequent …


GI-TOC · 18 November 2022 French

Ce document présente la méthodologie complète de la recherche et est structuré comme suit : la première section explique la méthodologie de la cartographie des plaques tournantes illicites ; la …


GI-TOC · 18 November 2022 French

Il s'agit notamment de la corruption, de la mauvaise gouvernance, de l'impunité des forces de sécurité de l'État et de la marginalisation socioéconomique des communautés sur l'ensemble des pans de …


GI-TOC · 16 November 2022 English

To complement the findings of the fieldwork and desk research, the project called upon the experience of the Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime’s Market Monitoring and Friction Unit to …


GI-TOC · 15 November 2022 French

Des milliers de prisonniers en profitent pour s'évader du pénitencier national de Port-au-Prince.33 De nombreux chefs de gangs en cavale retournent dans leur quartier d'origine ; d'autres prennent le contrôle …


GI-TOC · 14 November 2022 English

The five bird species selected for the study are the endemic Tanimbar corella, the palm cockatoo, the salmon-crested cockatoo and the yellow-crested cockatoo – all of which are listed in …


GI-TOC · 9 November 2022 French

On estime aujourd'hui à 200 le nombre de gangs qui opèrent dans tout Haïti, et à environ 95 le nombre de gangs dans la seule capitale, Port-au-Prince.1 De fait, l'insécurité …


GI-TOC · 9 November 2022 English

The report starts with the geography of illicit economies and the predations of violent extremist groups in the region, highlighting the integration of urban areas. [...] At an early stage …


GI-TOC · 24 October 2022 English

In 2020, the Index reports, ‘security agencies esca- lated the pressure on CSOs and investigative journalists, evident in the regular arrests and abductions’.35 Such is the range of restrictions and …


GI-TOC · 20 October 2022 English

The main objective of this Scientific Colloquium is to provide a forum for the exchange of views and experiences as well as to present the international instruments, facilitators of teaching …


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