THE GLOBAL INITIATIVE NETWORK

Meet the Experts

The Global Initiative Network is the core body and key resource of the Global Initiative, from which expertise, advice and resources will be drawn. The Network will serve as a forum for influence, collaboration, coordination and expertise.  It is a shared space, where frank debate can take place, where experiences can be shared, networks can be developed across institutional lines and support can be sought, by all affected by the impact of organized crime.

 

Join the Network

If you are interested in joining the Global Initiative Network of Experts, please email us at secretariat@globalinitiative.net.

Please note, however, that membership of the Global Initiative Network does not make you an employee of the Global Initiative, but is a professional affiliation based on the individual’s expertise.  Members do not represent an organizational affiliation, but join in their personal capacities. There are no fees or specific obligations associated with membership.

We hope that membership of the Network of Experts can add value to the work of members, and in doing so catalyze strengthened global responses to the challenges of organized crime.

All Experts

Adam Blackwell

Vice President International, Development Services Group Inc.

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Lorenzo Bodrero

IRPI – Investigative Reporting Project Italy

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Gwen Boniface

Independent Expert

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Antonio de Bonis

Analyst, Carabinieri, Italy

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Anna Borgström

CEO, NetClean

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Arthur Boutellis

Senior Advisor, International Peace Institute (IPI)

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Ivan Briscoe

Programme Directior of Latin America and the Carribean, International Crisis Group

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Steven Broad

Executive Director, TRAFFIC

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Neil James Brodie

Senior Research Fellow, University of Oxford

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Brad Brooks-Rubin

Global Director of Development and Beneficiation, Gemological Institute of America

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Giovanni Broussard

Regional Coordinator (Asia) Global Programme Wildlife and Forest Crimes, UNODC

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