The GIFP gathered for its second steering committee!

The second Steering Committee of the Global Illicit Flows Programme of the European Union was held a year after its launch, from 24 to 26 November 2020. Organised by the Cocaine Route Monitoring and Support Project (CORMS), it took place online over three consecutive days due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The first part of the…

The Global Illicit Flows Programme well represented at the 63rd CND in Vienna!

The first week of March 2020 saw over 1000 participants consisting of government officials, representatives of international and regional organisations, civil society organisations and experts in the field of drug policy gather at the Vienna International Conference Center under the framework of the UNODC 63rd Convention on Narcotic Drugs (CND). The CND provides a unique…

An autumn highlight in the EU’s capital: the first EU Crime Week brought law enforcement, DEVCO project partners, EU agencies and services together to address organised crime

For 5 days, from 25 to 29 November, participants exchanged on coordination and synergies, but also challenges in the fight against illicit trafficking, and in particular drug trafficking, both inside and outside Europe. The launch of the EU Drug Market’s Report on 26 November underpinned discussions on the current global drug production and European consumption,…

UNODC presents the main findings from its work in supporting the process of destruction/incineration of illicit drugs seized in Bolivia in the first semester of 2018

During its mission to Bolivia, CORMS attended, on 23 July, the presentation of the main findings from the UNODC’s work in supporting the process of destruction/incineration of illicit drugs seized in Bolivia in the first semester of 2018. The Representative of the UNODC in Bolivia, Mr. Thierry Rostan, who gave the presentation, recognised the work…

UNODC delivers an Advanced Training Course on Strengthening the Capacities of Criminal Justice Institutions in Latin America and Caribbean

Under the framework of CRIMJUST, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), supporting the Ministry of Security in Argentina, delivered, jointly with Secretariat for the fight Against Drug Trafficking, an advanced training course against drug trafficking on 4 June 2018. During the opening, Mr. Marco Teixeira, CRIMJUST coordinator, noted that the UNODC considers…

Infopoint Lunchtime Conference “EU trans-regional responses to drug trafficking and organised crime”

  The lunchtime conference titled “EU trans-regional responses to drug trafficking and organised crime” took place on 17 May 2018 organised in the margins of the fourth Cocaine Route Programme (CRP) Steering Committee. The event offered a comprehensive view on the combined efforts of different EU programmes in a concerted response of the EU to…

What is the Global Illicit Flows Programme?

  From the Cocaine Route Programme and the Heroin Route Programme to the Global Illicit Flows Programme of the European Union For more than ten years, the Cocaine and Heroin Route Programmes of the European Union have strived to address the challenges of an often-fragmented law enforcement approach along established illicit trafficking routes into the…