Latin America / Cooperation between justice systems
The meeting approved several works carried out by the EL PAcCTO programme and the AIAMP on priority issues to strengthen judicial cooperation.03 de August 2022
Latin America / Cybercrime
EL PAcCTO has organised an online meeting to identify best practices and lines of joint work between Latin America and the European Union21 de July 2022
Paraguay / Narcotrafico
Latin America and Europe are working on a series of recommendations to make drug trafficking investigations more efficient
This is a joint effort of the three EU-funded programmes: EL PAcCTO, COPOLAD III and EUROFRONT.05 de July 2022
The fight against organised crime is an international challenge because there are no borders and there is no limit on criminals’ imagination when it comes to committing crimes. The overall goal of the Police Cooperation Cooperation of EL PAcCTO is to strengthen the police services responsible ...Read more
Cooperation among Justice Systems
The characteristics of organised crime are its international dimension, its significant economic volume and the complexity of its operations. They are detrimental to the general economy, weaken institutions and cause public insecurity and other social problems. The investigation and prosecution ...Read more
Latin American prisons have a high rate of overcrowding and present a diffuse infiltration of criminal organisations that often transform them into real schools of crime. The general objectives of the Penitentiary Systems component of EL PAcCTO are to improve penitentiary management systems, the ...Read more
The objective of EL PAcCTO is to provide technical assistance to 18 Latin American countries in the fight against organized crime.
Shared Justice Policy Cycle between the European Union and Latin America, what is it? what are the objectives?
In this episode we discuss the objectives and the roadmap of the Shared Justice Policy Cycle between the European Union and Latin America, which has been promoted by EL PAcCTO. Latin American ...
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High-level representatives from Latin America meet with European institutions in Brussels to learn how they work and to formalise the Shared Justice Policy Cycle.
Latin America / Gender issues
"Corruption also contributes to increased social inequality for women. Given their role as family caregivers, they are more dependent on public services, such as education and health care, and are ...15 de July 2022
Latin America / Penitentiary systems
“It is essential for Latin American criminal intelligence to develop the necessary operational activities within strategic spaces such as border crossings and prison systems”
Italian magistrate Giovanni Tartaglia reflects on the need to coordinate three joint European Union and Latin America programmes (EL PAcCTO, COPOLAD and EUROFRONT) designed to address the problem of ...22 de June 2022
Brazil / Gender issues
We interviewed Alessandra Korap, an indigenous activist from the Mundurukú people in Brazil, who highlights the leading role of women in protecting their lands.19 de May 2022