An effective strategy to mitigate CBRN risks of criminal, accidental or natural origin requires a very high level of co-operation and co-ordination both between different national agencies as well as among Countri
UNICRI and the University for Peace (UPEACE) hosted a hybrid Opening Ceremony to celebrate the selected 40 participants from 21 countries, embarking on a unique learning journey: 5th edition of the Master in Laws (LL.M.) in Transnational Crime and Justice 2021-2022.
A turning point has been reached in the fight against Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) risks and threats worldwide. This was highlighted during the Annual meeting of the European Union CBRN Risk Mitigation Centres of Excellence (EU CBRN CoE) that took place from 12 to 14 June in La Hulpe (Belgium).
A Memorandum of understanding was signed by the Ambassador Thomas Greminger, Secretary General of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), and Ms. Bettina Tucci Bartsiotas Director, a.i of UNICRI. The agreement aims at strengthening the cooperation between the two entities and exploring possible convergences to develop joint initiatives in areas of common interest.
On 8-10 April in Amman (Jordan) and within the framework of the European Union Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Centres of Excellence (EU CBRN CoE) risk mitigation Initiative, the Middle East Centre of Excellence carried out a training on radiological detection.
On 26 and 27 March 2019, the Republic of Ghana hosted the Twelfth Regional Round-Table Meeting for the Eastern and Central Africa National Focal Points within the framework of the European Union Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Centres of Excellence (EU CBRN CoE) Initiative.