Raising standards for Prosecutors worldwide; improving international co-operation to combat crime
Monday 15 May 2017
The 22nd IAP Annual Conference and General Meeting is taking place in Beijing, People's Republic of China from 10 to 15 September 2017.
Deadline for Early Bird Registrations is 1 June 2017. Hereafter the registration fee will raise from 875 to 950 EUR.
The number of participants is limited to 500. Hence, registrations are accepted in accordance with the "first-come first-served" principles.
Registration is open for official representatives of IAP Organisational Members, IAP Individual Members as well as for some special invited observers and guests.
Please note: The IAP reserves the right to refuse registrations from members who are not up to date with their payment of membership fee. Visit the conference website to register NOW.
Friday 21 April 2017
The 10th Asia & Pacific Regional Conference took place in Busan, Korea and brought together 64 prosecutors from 25 different countries for two days of engaging sessions, discussions and community building. 13 speakers from 9 different countries took the group through interactive sessions and inspiring discussions both during and between sessions. The Supreme Prosecutors Office and the Busan District Prosecutors’ Office hosted the conference and ensured a great and meaningful conference and a wonderful visit to Busan, Korea. Read the full report here ...
Wednesday 12 April 2017
The Dean Rusk International Law Center at the University of Georgia School of Law is accepting applications through May 31 from foreign trained attorneys and judges who wish to pursue an LL.M. degree in the United States.
Sunday 10 September 2017 - Friday 15 September 2017
Thursday 25 May 2017 - Sunday 28 May 2017
Monday 26 June 2017 - Wednesday 28 June 2017
High-tech crime is ever evolving. We need to work together to have the best chance of meeting these challenges. GPEN is a group of specialist prosecutors working together to face this challenge.
FICJ gives individual prosecutors a secure environment to share knowledge and experience of prosecuting war crimes and other mass atrocities.
The Counter Terrorism Prosecutors Network (CTPN) is a network of prosecutors engaged in the prosecution of terrorism cases.
Recognizing the diversity of anti-corruption systems, laws and processes the NCAP will assist in identifying areas of common interest and act as a bridge between prosecutors and other anti-corruption actors.
Trafficking in persons is a complex global problem that requires an informed prosecutorial response. TIPP supports prosecutors with a forum, contacts, information and best practice.
The network is a new forum for prosecutors working on, or interested in, accountability for conflict-related sexual violence crimes.