The 4th edition of the UNICRI Summer Course on Migration and Human Rights ended on July 19th. The Course took place from the 15th of July to the 19th of July in Rome, Italy, and was organized by UNICRI in cooperation with John Cabot University.
30 seconds of your time to promote the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) and explain the interdependence between human rights, justice and security and development
We do not need more security to tackle crime;
Strengthening the role of women in law enforcement
23 March 2017, United Nations Headquarters, New York
On the occasion of the sixty-first session of the Commission on the Status of Women, the United Nations Interregional Crime
In solidarity with the people of Syria
"We, the Staff and Personnel of the United Nations wish to express our profound concern and outrage over the suffering of the people and especially the children of Syria.
EU and International Organisations host Universal Children’s Day celebrations in Turin
To mark Universal Children’s Day 2016, the President of Piedmont, Sergio Chiamparino and the Mayor of Turin, Chiara Appendino, will join 200 children,
A new report “Artificial Intelligence and Robotics for Law Enforcement” has been published by the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute’s (UNICRI), Centre for Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Robotics, and Innovation Centre of the International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL).
The report summarizes key findings, challenges and recommendations presented and discussed during the first INTERPOL - UNICRI Global Meeting on the Opportunities and Risks of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics for Law Enforcement held in Singapore on 11-12 July 2018.
The United Nations Women, Peace and Security (WPS) agenda was inaugurated in 2000 with the unanimous adoption of the Security Council landmark resolution 1325. This resolution, together with the ones that followed, described as a “norm bundle”, are a crucial framework to address the unique ways in which women and girls are affected by conflict and to promote their protection and participation in the maintenance of peace and security, in conflict prevention and post-conflict efforts.
The Secretary-General’s Call to Action for Human Rights just turned two. Much progress has been made to translate the vision and core principles of the C2A–primarily, the centrality of human rights, to the entire UN system–into tangible action.
Ms. Antonia Marie De Meo, Director of UNICRI, and Mr. Albrecht Freiherr von Böselager, Grand Chancellor and Foreign Minister of the Sovereign Order of Malta, signed an agreement between the two organizations to strengthen cooperation in the field of crime prevention and international justice.
This agreement lays the foundation for the design and implementation of training programmes in the field of crime prevention and criminal justice as well as for joint activities to respond to crises and emergences.
UNICRI and the University for Peace (UPEACE) hosted a hybrid Opening Ceremony to celebrate the selected 40 participants from 21 countries, embarking on a unique learning journey: 5th edition of the Master in Laws (LL.M.) in Transnational Crime and Justice 2021-2022.
UNICRI, in close coordination with partner countries and thanks to the financial contribution of the Government of Japan, has recently concluded a project aimed at facilitating the adoption of diversion and alternative measures to reduce juveniles’ recruitment in criminal and terrorist organizations. The initiative integrated the prevention dimension in the legal and judiciary systems of the partner countries involved.