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February 4, 2020
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Between February 3 and 4, 2020, The Siracusa International Institute for Criminal Justice and Human Rights, is joining the UNCTAD Illicit Trade Forum in Geneva. The initiative is organized by UNCTAD in collaboration with the Transnational Alliance to Combat Illicit Trade (TRACIT). UNCTAD (United Nations Conference on Trade and Development), is a permanent intergovernmental body

May 29, 2019
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Between May 28th and 30th the Siracusa International Institute is organizing the first National Strategic Dialogue (NSD) on Illicit Trade in Skopje (Republic of North Macedonia). The three-days programme involves several representatives of the major national institutions engaged in the fight against illicit trade. In particular, it includes representatives from the Ministry of Justice, Ministry

October 4, 2017
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On September 28th, Mr. Jean-François Thony, President of the Siracusa International Institute for Criminal Justice and Human Rights, presented at the International Conference on “Combating Illicit Trade – Progress, Challenges and Collaborative Solutions” in London. The event was  organised by the Financial Times in partnership with PMI Impact, a global grant initiative to combat illicit

September 12, 2017
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The Siracusa International Institute for Criminal Justice and Human Rights has officially launched its new technical assistance and capacity-building project, “Strengthening the Fight Against Illicit Trade in South Eastern Europe”. The overall purpose of the project is to enhance the criminal justice response to illicit trade, including by supporting the national justice sectors of twelve

February 27, 2017
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From 1-3 March 2017, the Siracusa Institute will hold a high-level expert meeting to formally launch its research project on Illicit Trade and Related Crimes. This project was established to examine the complex, multifaceted phenomena of illicit trade, primarily from a criminal justice perspective. At its core, the project challenges some of the fundamental assumptions