The Centre disseminates UNICRI publications, provides information on the Institute scope of activities, offers worldwide experts a resource for the development and implementation of technical interventions and research, supports training activities.
This innovative study was commissioned by the Sub-Group on Evaluation of the Resource Mobilization, Monitoring and Evaluation Working Group of the United Nations Global Counter-Terrorism Coordination Compact.
DALLAS, November 19, 2020 – A jointly developed new report by Europol, the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI) and Trend Micro looking into current and predicted criminal uses of artificial intelligence (AI) was released today. The report provides law enforcers, policy makers and other organizations with information on existing and potential attacks leveraging AI and recommendations on how to mitigate these risks.
"Invisible” Migrants Flower Sellers in the City of Turin
Migration has many positive impacts. For individuals, it improves economic opportunities; for the private sector, it expands markets and increases labour supply; for origin countries, it brings remittances/reinvested income; and for different cultures, it provides an opportunity for understanding differences and building bridges.