The NAGTRI Center for International Partnerships and Strategic Collaboration (CIPS-C) works to grow NAAG’s international presence on behalf of the attorney general community. CIPS-C promotes and strengthens NAAG’s commitment to global stewardship by:

  • Conducting training and leading projects aimed at increasing justice sector reform and capacity building for domestic and international justice personnel and organizations.
  • Organizing programs to bring together international participants to collaborate on challenging global issues facing prosecutors and civil servants.
  • Partnering with civil society organizations and the attorney general community to foster domestic and international cooperation.
  • Hosting an annual International Fellows program through which prosecutors from around the world meet in Washington, D.C., and New York to discuss best practices and strategies to combat the most pressing and emerging legal challenges involving transnational crime. Since 2010, the International Fellows program has hosted nearly 200 Fellows from nearly 70 countries.

In addition, CIPS-C leads NAAG and NAGTRI’s work related to combatting human trafficking.

Explore the work of CIPS-C in more detail.

For more information, contact:

Gina Cabrejo
Acting Director, NAGTRI Center for International Partnerships and Strategic Collaboration

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