African
organised crime is not
all the same thing

The critical issue is not where organised criminal markets are the strongest,
but where the response from the state is the weakest or most compromised.

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Tackling
heroin trafficking on the
East African coast

The volume of heroin shipped along a network of maritime routes
in East and Southern Africa has increased considerably.

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Africa’s
east coast heroin route

East Africa’s sea and land borders have increasingly
turned into corridors for the trafficking of heroin.

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The heroin coast:
A political economy along the
eastern African seaboard

This report examines the characteristics of the heroin trade off the East African coast
and highlights the criminal governance systems that facilitate drug trafficking
along these routes.

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The heroin
economy and arms
control

This workshop will examine the challenges faced by African researchers
and journalists working in a time of widespread misinformation.

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ENACT is implemented by the Institute for Security Studies and INTERPOL, in
affiliation with the Global Initiative against Transnational Organised Crime
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