United Nations vs transnational organized crime: a glimpse of the future?

Author:Frank G. Madsen
Position:Centre of Development Studies, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK
Pages:597-606
SUMMARY

Purpose The purpose of this paper is threefold; first, to show the role played by the United Nations (UN) in the fight against transnational organized crime; second, to analyze two subject areas, commercial sexual exploitation of children and mutilation of albinos, in which the Organization gives voice to the often voiceless victims; and third, to examine the role the UN may or should be called on to play in the postulated cooperation between high-level investigative means and personnel on the ground. Design/methodology/approach The paper relies on information generated by international organizations (Red Cross and UN) and... (see full summary)


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