10 Jul 2023
Uniting the response?
MMFU, UN-TOC Watch, UNTOC, Wildlife Watch, APA-Obs, ESA-Obs
Analyst, Global Initiative against Transnational Organized Crime
Alastair joined the GI-TOC in 2020 and is an analyst within the Global Policy Team with a particular focus on environmental crime. His recent work includes research within the Asia-Pacific region relating to the illicit economies associated with wildlife crime, as well as research at the global level relating to the challenges involved with international enforcement cooperation. He is currently researching the issues surrounding statutory legislation as a means of regulating online wildlife markets.
Alastair is a member of the GI-TOC’s Market Monitoring and Friction Unit (MMFU) which uses digital technology, including machine-learning enabled processes, to understand and respond to illegal online marketing of wildlife products. He holds an MA(Hons) in history from the University of Glasgow.
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