Organised crime: What are EU responses?
A conference in Paris, France, to better understand what the role of EU institutions is in the fight against transnational organised crime.
Organised crime is no longer a local operation isolated within Sicilia. Today the structure of organized crime resembles that of a lucrative multinational company bringing together people of many nationalities and having significant international implications.
What is the European Union doing to fight against organised crime, especially given that the EU is indirectly responsible for the expansion of transnational cirminal activity through the development of the internal market ?
Jacques Barrot, Alain Bauer, Mario Vaudano, Clotilde Champeyrache, Fabrice Rizzoli, Mickaël Roudaut, Marc Lazar, Rosario Crocetta, Général David Galtier.
Amphithéâtre Chapsal, A SciencesPo. 27, rue Saint Guillaume Paris 7e, Paris, France.
Friday, January 21, 2011, at 14:00.
Flyer (pdf, 457 Kb)
Open to the public, no entrance-fee. Registrations are mandatory at http://capricorne.sciences-po.fr/evenements/inscription/inscriptionStep2.php?eventId=693&tp=1