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Wednesday 9 November 2022
Please find the following announcement for NAGTRI's annual International Fellows Program. This program is a unique opportunity for international colleagues to gather around a common goal, eradicating public corruption in their respective countries. The program includes informative lectures, robust networking, and meaningful cultural activities. Please consider an application for the program if you qualify below.
Wednesday 2 November 2022
The International Association of Prosecutors (IAP) elected Mr. Juan Bautista Mahiques as its new President for the next three years on September 29 at its 27th General Meeting in Tbilisi, Georgia.
Saturday 10 September 2022
The 86th Edition of the IAP Newsletter is now available to members.
Thursday 24 November 2022 - Friday 25 November 2022
On November 24th and 25th, 2022, the National Centre for the Prosecution of Animal Cruelty (NCPAC), will host its eighth annual Prosecution of Animal Abuse Conference online.
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.
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