April 2021

News

 

Women leaders demand more support, training and dialogue to effectively fight crime


The first chapter of “La hora de EL PAcCTO”, dedicated to women leaders who fight against organised crime, was a great success. 13 countries from Latin America and 5 from the European Union were present at the virtual event broadcast live on YouTube.

 

The invisibility of the human rights of indigenous communities


Experts from Brazil, France and Mexico have presented their studies on the impact of transnational organised crime on indigenous and Afro-descendant communities in Latin America.

 

The protection of animals against organised crime


EL PAcCTO has organised an online seminar to analyse the mistreatment suffered by many animals on the part of organised criminal groups in Latin America.

Videos

Did you miss "La hora de EL PAcCTO"? You can watch it here:

 

Podcast

 

Chapter 1 : The COVID 19 and organised crime

Has COVID-19 been an obstacle or an opportunity for organised crime?

How have criminals changed their ways?

Blog

Police cooperation component.

EL PAcCTO with the indigenous communities of Latin America

It is estimated that in the Latin American region there are approximately 45 million people who self-identify as indigenous, native or Afro-descendant. According to National Geographic data, they are distributed among 552 indigenous communities ranging from Patagonia to the Rio Grande in northern Mexico.

A gender perspective

We tell you about the conclusions of “La hora de EL PAcCTO” and the following steps:

 

 

Publications

 

 

 

Agenda

4 May - 7 May

Workshop for the exchange of experiences in police reform in Paraguay

PARAGUAY | POLICE COOPERATION |

19 May - 20 May

Symposium to prevent the infiltration of the CTO into penal institutions

CHILE | PENITENTIARY SYSTEMS |

25 May - 26 May

(Español) Webinario sobre el tráfico de bienes culturales en Latinoamérica

LATIN AMERICA | COOPERATION BETWEEN JUSTICE SYSTEMS |