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Development Responses to Organised Crime: An analysis and programme framework
May 22, 2019

Author: The Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime
Publication Date: April 2016

Summary: With the approval of the Sustainable Development Goals 2030, development actors are increasingly both recognising the need and being called upon to respond to the challenges of organised crime and its impact.  But there remains a significant lacuna on what the implications are for how development programming should be delivered. This framework is an attempt to shift to a situation where development actors are proactively acknowledging and addressing crime and criminal actors in their work.

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