How to stop crime from becoming a catalyst of national and global insecurity
Organized crime has become a threat to international peace and security. It fuels and benefits from conflict, it undermines development, it can capture governance, and it profits from the plunder of the planet. Despite the wide-ranging impact of organized crime, it is insufficiently understood and analyzed. Furthermore, policy-makers often don’t know how to prevent or address it.
This course, offered jointly by GCSP and the Global Initiative against Transnational Organized Crime, explains the impact of organized crime on security policy, and explores what to do about it.
This course provides participants with the skill set and analytical tools to better understand organized crime, its impact (particularly harms), and how to address more effectively especially when crafting security policy.
Designed and delivered by prominent law-enforcement, governance and development practitioners who are dedicated to seeking new and innovative strategies and responses to organized crime.
- June 21: From 08:45 to 11:00 (Geneva time)
- July 05 and 06: From 08:30 to 15:15 (Geneva time)
Participants will have access to an online platform and time for self-paced learning will be allocated between June 21 and July 5.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This course is ideal for people engaged in security policy who could benefit from a better understanding of the impact of organized crime on governance, international relations, development, conflict, criminal justice and the environment. It is targeted at practitioners and analysts with a diplomatic, law enforcement, military, development, civil society, humanitarian or development background.
15% Early-Bird Discount if you apply before 1 June 2022. GCSP Alumni qualify for a 20% discount.
Application Deadline: 19 June 2022