This is a space dedicated to GI-TOC Network members where you will be able to search through contents created by or featuring the participation of Network members.
To suggest contributions or for more information on GIN-related engagement, please do get in touch with us.
Welcome to the Global Initiative Network of Experts Resource Centre!
Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much. (Helen Keller, American author)
Our strategy for 2021-2023
Within less than a decade, the GI-TOC has developed from being a lean start-up to a global organization.
The aim of this strategy is to consolidate that rapid growth, and to guide and inform the next phase of development in a way that demonstrates how the organization has become a truly global initiative. Therefore, the theme for this strategy period is to ‘go global’. For the Network, this implies that we want to further widen its international membership and broaden its inclusiveness.
You can find the GI-TOC Strategy 2021-2023 in English, Spanish and French here
Virtual Group Discussions (VGDs)
The VGDs aim to create a forum for exchanging expertise, connecting members and opening new collaborative opportunities within the Network.
Please note that the VGDs are open to members of the GIN and GI-TOC staff only. Members may suggest a relevant colleague to attend the meeting on their behalf in exceptional cases.
Virtual Group Discussions are held on a monthly basis, are chaired by the GI-TOC and feature presentations of two Network members on a topic related to organized crime.
- Gangs, Mafia and Violence (May)
- Human Trafficking and Smuggling of Migrants (July)
- Money Laundering (September)
- Violence and Fragility (January)
- Environmental Crime (April)
- Illicit Trade (August)
- Development and Organized Crime (November)
- Corruption and Organized Crime (March)
- An evolving mafia concept (April)
- Financial organized crime and State capture (May)
- Costing the earth (June)
- The role of women in organized crime (July)
- Human trafficking (September)
- Criminalized power structures and law enforcement (October)
- Cyber and organized crime (forthcoming, November)
GI-TOC flagship projects
Collaboration and experience sharing are two precious elements in the analysis and fight against all forms of transnational organized crime.
This is why we believe Network members can benefit from being aware of GI-TOC key projects and have the opportunity to support them.
In 2021, we initiated a series of presentations to bring GIN members and GI-TOC staff together to introduce the GI-TOC core work, and share ideas and experiences around the most important actions we bring forward.
Agenda - Upcoming presentations
The Organized Crime Index - (TBC date)
The Communications package package was designed as a tool for Network members. It provides a series of key speaking notes, social media tips and indications on how to handle membership and affiliation, how to use the Network logo, and more.
The Network on Social Media
We want to encourage engagement among Network members and promotion of Network members' work on social media.
To allow Network members to share information about their work with other members more independently, we are in the process of creating a member page - stay tuned!
Thank you very much for visiting the GIN Resource Centre
We hope you enjoyed it, and please feel free to get in touch with the Network Coordination team for any queries or suggestions you may have, in case you are interested in contributing to a podcast/blog or if you would like to recommend a relevant colleague for Network membership.