Organised crime in Africa / Launch of the 2023 ENACT Organised Crime Index for Africa

The launch highlights longitudinal data trends and resilience to organised crime across Africa.

The 2023 ENACT Organised Crime Index shows that organised crime remains a profound global challenge. It threatens livelihoods and international cooperation amid growing political, social and economic disparities worldwide.

Organised crime networks take advantage of gaps in governance, economic inequalities and political frictions. The index is a clear signal that more must be done to address the relationship between organised crime and global trends, and reduce the impact of illicit economies on governance and wellbeing.

Moderator: Adv Vusi Pikoli, ENACT Advisory Board member

Opening remarks:

Henriette Geiger, European Union Ambassador to Kenya

Paul Simon Handy, Institute for Security Studies

Elizabeth Julio Domingues, INTERPOL

Mark Shaw, Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime


Panelists:

Professor Etannibi Alemika, ENACT Advisory Board

Rumbi Matamba, Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime

Gladwell Otieno, Director, Africa Centre for Open Governance

Professor Musambayi Katumanga, TBC

Dalia Ghanem, Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime Advisory Board

Representative, Eastern Africa Police Chiefs Cooperation Organisation, TBC

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Event Details

Date: 2023-11-24

Time: 09:00 to 11:00

Venue: Online via Zoom (register to attend online) or in person, Radisson Blu Upperhill, Nairobi, (register to attend in-person)

RSVP: Rumbi Matamba, Email: rumbi.matamba@globalinitiative.net

Attend via webcast

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