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UNODC: Promoting Health, Security And Justice
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Networks are one of the defining features of the twenty-first century. Globalized systems of trade, transportation and communication enable people and goods, as well as ideas and information, to travel around the world faster than ever before. For the most part, these networks contribute to progress, fostering development and increasing prosperity. But the advances of globalization also make us vulnerable in new ways, and they have given rise to other, destructive networks that undermine security and development. Taking advantage of innovations in technology, communication and transportation, loose networks of criminals or insurgents can easily link with each other, and also with organized criminal groups that operate internationally. They smuggle illicit drugs, weapons, natural resources, counterfeit goods and human beings across borders and between continents for the enrichment of criminals, insurgents and crooked officials. In some cases, they generate economic profits that support terrorist groups as well.
Publisher:
UNODC ,   (2010 )
Type / Script:
Progress Report in English
Keywords:
DRUG ABUSE, CRIME, CORRUPTION, RULE OF LAW, VIOLENCE, CRIMINAL JUSTICE, HEALTH, HUMAN RIGHTS, HUMAN TRAFFICKING, TERRORISM, RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, SOCIAL SECURITY, CONFLICT, PRISONS, PRISONERS, PRISON REFORM, DRUG TRAFFICKING, ILLICIT TRAFFIC, DRUG CONTROL
Thematic Group:
 UNODC : Drugs and Crime
Thesaurus:
14.04.02  -  Crime And Criminal Justice
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