INTERPOLRHIPTO, the Norwegian Centre for Global Analyses, and the Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime would like to invite you to a high-level event on the margins of the 73rd United Nations General Assembly.

Organized crime has emerged as a major factor in many contemporary and protracted conflicts. This high level event will present two new pieces of research addressing the inter-relationship between organized crime, illicit financial flows and conflict: The World Atlas of Illicit Flows, a collaboration between INTERPOL, RHIPTO – the Norwegian Centre for Global Analyses and the Global Initiative; and a new analysis from the Global Initiative assessing emerging crime-related themes in Security Council resolutions. The discussion will consider the wide-ranging implications of organized crime threats for how the UN responds to peace and security concerns.

Register online here

For further information or any inquiries, please contact Ms. Julia Stanyard at

This event is supported by the Governments of France and Norway.

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