03 Jul 2018
12.30 - 13.30
WMO Building, 2nd Floor (7bis, Avenue de la Paix), Kruzel Hall
Posted on 20 Jun 2018
The ﬁnancial ﬂows derived from natural resource exploitation, as well as other forms of crime, are critical to ability of actors (both state and non-state) to sustain conﬂict, and the accompanying violence and insecurity. As such, it is essential the international community identify and adopt interventions which cut oﬀ these ﬁnancial lifelines. Cracking the Connections, looks at the nexus between organized crime, conﬂict and natural resource exploitation. This includes developing frameworks to better understand the crime-conflict nexus and how and when natural resources may perpetuate or fuel conﬂict. It then looks at how sanctions can be used to disrupt the relationship.
- Snacks will be served
- The event will be live streamed on our Facebook page
- RSVP to Johanna Borstner, before June 29: firstname.lastname@example.org