Wildlife crime: Don't be part of it!

The illicit trade of wildlife in Asia is worth billions of dollars a year. It fuels organized crime, corruption and violence. This new UNODC video vividly illustrates wildlife crime's tragic toll of destruction. It asks viewers to make a difference by changing their consumption habits today. You can drive change. Share this video today. Available in: English Mandarin Thai Vietnamese Bahasa.


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Indonesia strengthens police and prosecutor anti-terrorism coordination

Jakarta, 10 March 2014 - Preventing and fighting terrorism remains a key objective of the global security agenda. Terrorist activities and organizations are often transnational, making promoting international cooperation and enhancing the ability of national institutions to investigate and prosecute terrorism-related cases a core component... [Read More]

Working together to more effectively fight corruption across Asia

Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), 28 February 2014 - Corruption is a complex social, political and economic phenomenon that disproportionately harms the poor, stifles economic growth and diverts desperately needed funds from education, healthcare and other public services. Increasingly, civil society organizations (CSOs) - also known as non-governmental... [Read More]

Countering Forest Crimes to support the Implementation of REDD+ in Indonesia

Jakarta, 21 February 2014 - In Indonesia, illegal logging and other forest crimes have reached a critical state. In fact a study by United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) concluded based upon on official statistics, that the second largest illicit flow (USD 17 bn) in East Asia and the Pacific is the trafficking of wood and wood products. The illegal wood... [Read More]

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