The Director of UNICRI, Bettina Tucci Bartsiotas, and the Head of the UNICRI Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Robotics, Irakli Beridze, addressed the issue of the exploitation of children online during the Bracket Foundation Panel hosted by
Applying technology to reinforce security and promote development
Palais des Nations, 8-14 avenue de la Paix (Pregny gate), Room 24
Geneva, Switzerland 13 June 2018
The meeting Applying technology to reinforce securit
27th Session of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice (CCPCJ)
Celebrating 50 years of partnership with Italy in advancing justice and security through innovation and dialogue
26th Session of the United Nations Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice
Side-event on emerging transnational organized crime challenges and related law enforcement responses
Vienna International Centre, 23 May 20
Today, the United Nations Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI) has been invited at the Jo Cox Committee in Rome to present its work and discuss good practices in preventing and countering discrimination against vulnerable groups, with a s
Opening ceremony of UNICRI’s specialized course on international criminal law and new threats
The importance of knowledge dissemination, capacity building and international cooperation
The United Nations Interregional Crime an
The President of the National Italian Municipalities (ANCI) and Mayor of Turin, Mr. Piero Fassino, and the Director of the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI), Ms. Cindy J.
The United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI) is organizing two new courses on emerging threats towards states and citizens with the aim of promoting an in-depth knowledge of specific issues such as cyber crimes an
Actions against counterfeit medicines
A conference to discuss organized crime involvement and prevention strategies
Turin, 29 January 2014
Counterfeit medicines is a serious problem affecting every country in the worl
The protection of cultural heritage is a critical component within the framework of the United Nations Sustainable Development Agenda, as reported under Goal 11 through which countries have pledged to “make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable.” In particular, Target 11.4 of Goal 11 aims to “strengthen efforts to protect and safeguard the world’s cultural and natural heritage.”
CARICOM States will soon benefit from enhanced global tools and expertise related to research, delivery of training, capacity building, technical assistance and policy support to assist in reducing criminality and countering terrorism in the Region, through an enhanced collaboration between the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI) and the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Implementation Agency for Crime and Security (IMPACS).
Message from the Director of UNICRI: Antonia Marie De Meo.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is fundamentally changing how we live, how we work, how we communicate, and how we move around. It is transforming our world socially, economically and politically. The potential is boundless, but the risks are also growing.
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.
The Director of UNICRI, Bettina Tucci Bartsiotas, and the Head of the UNICRI Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Robotics, Irakli Beridze, addressed the issue of the exploitation of children online during the Bracket Foundation Panel hosted by the Interfaith Alliance for Safer Communities at the World Economic Forum in Davos. The Panel on how Artificial Intelligence can combat the online sexual abuse of children, examined the scale of the problem and the steps that are needed to prevent and stop these crimes from being committed.
Turin, 10 April 2020. The novel coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) and the resulting global crisis are posing unprecedented challenges to national systems and the international community due to its rapid and global impact on public health, social well-being, the economy and critical infrastructure. On 12 March 2020, the World Health Organization announced that the COVID-19 outbreak had reached the status of a pandemic and the majority of countries have now implemented emergency measures.