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20-24 May 2019 - Special Event during the 28th Session of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice (CCPCJ)

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20-22 May 2019 - GLO.ACT Community of Practice

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25 April 2019 - UNODC and the Department of Justice launched the National Policy Framework on Trafficking in Persons in South Africa

Read more about it here .


7-11 January 2019 - Organisation d'une formation de formateurs en faveur des représentants des départements institutionnels impliqués dans la lutte contre la traite des êtres humains

Rabat,  Morocco

To read the press release in French click here


13 December 2018 - Colombia, Brazil, Peru united in the fight against human trafficking and sexual exploitation in the Amazonian triple border region

Leticia, Colombia

Read the full story in Spanish here 


10-11 December 2018 - The Intergovernmental Conference to Adopt the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration 

Marrakech, Morocco

Read more about it here


8 December 2018 - Side Event during Global Compact on Migration: Operational Tools to Address and Reduce Vulnerabilities in Migration

Marrakech, Morocco

See the flyer here


22-26 October 2018 - OSCE Border Security and Management Training for Mediterranean Partners for Cooperation

Madrid, Spain

Read the press release here


18 October 2018 - Prevention, Identification and Combating of Trafficking in Persons Conference. Assembleia da Republica, Sala do Refeitorio dos Monges

Lisbon, Portugal

Read the full agenda here


26-28 September 2018 -  IberoAmercian Prosecutors network- IV Encuentro de la Red de Trata de Personas y Tráfico Ilícito de Migrantes de la AIAMP

Buenos Aires, Argentina

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18-20 September -  Africa - Europe Prosecutors Conference on  International Judicial Cooperation on Investigation  and Prosecution of Human Trafficking and Migrant  Smuggling

Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt

Conference Agenda

Opening Speech by Cristina Albertin, UNODC Regional Representative 

GLO.ACT - An African Perspective, Speech by Margaret Akullo, Programme Officer (Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice) and  former GLO.ACT Project Coordinator


6-7 June 2018 - International Summit on Child Protection in Travel and Tourism

Bogotá, Colombia. Read more here (in Spanish).

Read the declaration here 

International Summit's website

Speech by Margaret Akullo, GLO.ACT Project Coordinator


16 May 2018: Special Event during the 27th Session of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice (CCPCJ)

Crime prevention strategies against human trafficking: The experience of Colombia - Organized by the Government of Colombia and the UNODC Country Office Colombia

CCPCJ Agenda 

GLO.ACT Colombia Side Event Agenda

Speech By Margaret AkulloGLO.ACT Project Coordinator

Speech By Bo MathiesenCountry Representative, UNODC Colombia

Speech By Carlos PerezGLO.ACT Colombia National Project Officer


16-17 April 2018: Second Preparatory Meeting for the 6th Budapest Process Ministerial Conference


3 April 2018 - Launch of GLO.ACT in Lao PDR - Read more here.


6 March 2018: Keep Running: Chinese celebrities supporting the Sustainable Development Goals
Read more here.

Speech on SDG 10 and 16 By Margaret Akullo, GLO.ACT Project Coordinator on behalf of UNODC


6 February 2018: 5  th EU-UNODC Project Steering Committee
Read more here.


24 January 2018: Government of Colombia public event to share good practices on preventing TIP and SOM

Read more  here.


20 January 2018:  Cultural event by  Mayor of the City of Bogotá, Colombia

Read more  here.

Speech By Margaret AkulloGLO.ACT Project Coordinator


22 May 2017:  Special Event during the 26th Session of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice (CCPCJ)

EU-UNODC Cooperation: Addressing Trafficking in Persons & Migrant Smuggling. Read more here.

26th CCPCJ Side Events Report 

GLO.ACT Presentation By Margaret AkulloGLO.ACT Project Coordinator


February to July 2017: Launch of GLO.ACT in countries

Pakistan - 19 July 2017 - Read more here.

Kyrgyz Republic - 31 May 2017 - Read more here.

Brazil - 19 April 2017 - Read more here.

Nepal - 7 March 2017 - Read more here.

Colombia - 23 February 2017 - Read more here.


26 September 2016: Launch of GLO.ACT in countries

South Africa - 26 September 2016. Read more here.


25 May 2016:  Special Event during the 25th Session of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice (CCPCJ)

European Union and UNODC Cooperation to Prevent and Combat Trafficking in Persons and the Smuggling of Migrants  (Introducing GLO.ACT)

CCPCJ Agenda

GLO.ACT Presentation, Margaret Akullo,  GLO.ACT Project Coordinator


March-June 2016: Consultative Assessments

Between April and June 2016, UNODC successfully completed 12 consultative assessments on country`s responses to trafficking in persons and smuggling of migrants. Between July-December 2016, the resulting 12 reports were finalized and disseminated to the EU, IOM, UNICEF and Government authorities for review, consultation and endorsement. On this basis, UNODC is jointly finalizing workplans with the Governments which will provide a basis for the implementation of activities until 2019. 


16 - 17 March 2016: Expert Group Meeting

Designing the methodology for undertaking a needs assessment

The objective of the 2-day Expert Group Meeting is to assist UNODC Human Trafficking and Migrant Smuggling Section in the development of an assessment framework and methodology for the 13 countries to cover the areas of project focus: strategy and policy development, legislative assistance, criminal justice capacity building, regional and trans-regional cooperation and assistance to victims, including special protection measures for children. Read more here.


21 January 2016: Launch of the Global Action

The official launch of the Global Action to Prevent and Address Trafficking in Persons and the Smuggling of Migrants by the EU, UNODC, IOM and UNICEF in Brussels, Belgium. Participants include representatives from EU institutions, international organizations, non-governmental organizations as well as country representatives. For more about the work we do, please read our webstories here.


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