Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime

Pursuant to article 32 of the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime, a Conference of the Parties to the Convention was established to improve the capacity of States Parties to combat transnational organized crime and to promote and review the implementation of this Convention.

The Conference of the Parties adopted at its ninth session resolution 9/1 on the establishment of a mechanism for the review of the implementation of UNTOC and its Protocols.

Regular sessions of the Conference of the Parties

Documents and reports of every session of the Conference of the Parties to the Organized Convention since its first session in 2004 can be found here, as well as the following documentation:

Resolutions and decisions 
Rules of Procedure of the Conference of the Parties 
Background information

Working Group of the Conference of the Parties

The Conference of the Parties established five Working Groups to focus on specific areas of its work. Information on all Working Groups and their documentation can be found here.

Mechanism for the review of the implementation of UNTOC and its Protocols

Information on the review mechanism of the Organized Crime Convention and its Protocols, including information on the preparatory phase in accordance with resolution 9/1. Read more»

Information gathering under the Organized Crime Convention

Each State Party shall provide the Conference of the Parties with information on its programmes, plans and practices, as well as legislative and administrative measures to implement the Convention. Read more»

Meetings in 2020

 

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