Cyber-insecurities? A guide to the UN cybercrime debate
This brief focuses on cybercrime in an international context, exploring in particular why the United Nations is still trying to find its footing as...
UN-TOC Watch is a new project from the Global Initiative that seeks to monitor and analyze how the UN System is responding to organized crime.
The blog will address key issues that have emerged from ongoing discussions hosted by the Global Initiative on the relationship between organized crime and development. These include how organized crime is addressed through the UN’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, how the UN Convention against Transnational Organized Crime is being implemented, and issues of peacekeeping and coherence of response across the UN System.
UN-TOC Watch aims to support the UN System, so that it can respond more systematically to threats posed by organized crime and help mitigate its impact in the areas of conflict and violence, the environment, migration and cyberspace.
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