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2017: Prosecutorial Strategies and Tools to Combat the Illegal Trade of Persons and Goods

Fighting Injustice through Humanizing the Faces of Illegal Trade

A group of attorneys from six countries discusses the different forms of illegal trade and ways in which individuals from different areas but similar backgrounds can make a significant difference to bring attention to illegal trade practices as they work towards eradicating these global challenges. This is the first in a series of four articles on prosecutors and government attorneys addressing the illegal trade of persons and goods from the 2017 NAGTRI International Fellows Program.

How Motivating Factors and Vulnerabilities Contribute to the Proliferation of Illegal Trade in Persons and Goods Resulting in Global Harm Economically and Societally

A group of attorneys from five countries considers the various factors that motivate bad actors to engage in illicit activities for economic and societal gains at the expense of public health and safety and offers methodologies to address these issues. This is the second in a series of four articles on prosecutors and government attorneys addressing the illegal trade of persons and goods from the 2017 NAGTRI International Fellows Program.

Prosecutors and Investigators Working Seamlessly To Address Non-Traditional Crimes Using Unconventional Strategies

A group of attorneys from five countries examines the importance of collaboration between prosecutors and investigators and the critical nature of staying abreast of technological advances and ways in which perpetrators operate in unconventional ways. This is the third in a series of four articles on prosecutors and government attorneys addressing the illegal trade of persons and goods from the 2017 NAGTRI International Fellows Program.

The Impact Money Laundering and Security Threats have on Prosecutors Abilities to Deter and Lessen the Effect of the Illegal Trade of Persons and Goods

A group of attorneys from five countries explores how money laundering schemes and security threats have impacted prosecutors and government attorneys in their efforts to deter and lessen the impact of transnational crime in the illegal trade arena. This is the fourth in a series of four articles on prosecutors and government attorneys addressing the illegal trade of persons and goods from the 2017 NAGTRI International Fellows Program.

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