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The Crime-Development Paradox
March 5, 2019

Author: Enact: Enhancing Africa’s Response to Transnational Organised Crime
Publication Date: February 2018

Summary: This report, which is intended for national and multi-lateral policymakers, as well as development practitioners more broadly, should be viewed as a broad-scope reference work on the impact of organised crime, examines each of these phenomena in turn. In all five priorities of the SDGs – people, planet, prosperity, peace and partnership – the interrelationship with organised crime needs to be more fully considered. This is critical both for protecting development gains from the negative impacts of organised crime, determining the way that organised crime itself is responded to, and predicting how effective those responses will be.

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  1. Greeting,interested project indeed,i would like us also to explore the the relationship between migrants global and organised crime.Here in South Africa we are dealing with daily sentiments against some policy makers who intend to link migrants with criminal activities without factual reports.

    I would like us to engage and do research where possible

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