A virtual conference bringing together OC scholars in the absence of meetings during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • When: 24 consecutive hours, beginning November 10, 2020 (Nov. 11 in Asia and Oceania)
  • Topics: Trafficking, smuggling, counterfeiting, corruption, illicit markets, emerging crimes, and policy issues.
  • Audience and participants: academics, researchers, practitioners, students. Co-sponsors: CIROC, IASOC, ECPR-SGOC, GI-TOC.

Conference background:

  • A 24-hour conference to accommodate a time-bound, non-traveling global audience.
  • Avoiding webinar “lectures,” leaving more space for questions and discussion. iii. Opportunities for audience interaction maximized. All sessions are 75 minutes in length.
  • Opportunities for audience interaction maximized. All sessions are 75 minutes in length.

More information on the conference and submission deadlines can be found in the event flyer.

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