UNICRI (United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute)

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Centre on Public-Private Security Policies – get involved

  • Overview

    In September 2009, UNICRI launched the programme Centre on Public-Private Security Policies as a UN facility to promote, plan and coordinate regional cooperation mechanisms worldwide to facilitate collaboration between Member States on subjects related to the protection of vulnerable targets, such as tourism places, commercial and financial centres, and Major Events. The Centre, strongly promotes dialogue between technology/solutions developers and end users, is supported by an open-ended group of public and private sector organizations, which is keen to engage new partners in the initiative.

    The aim is to strengthen public-private partnerships (PPP) all around the word to enhance the protection of human life and places. The Centre was conceived to support the implementation of the UN Global Counter – Terrorism Strategy, which, in Section III, paragraph 13, encourages private sector cooperation in capacity-building programmes to identify and share best practices to prevent terrorist attacks on vulnerable targets.

    If your company is interested in exploring this partnership opportunity, please ‘Respond to this need’ using this website or contact: Ms. Ines Ferro-Ribeiro, UNICRI (ferro@unicri.it; +351 939982684)

    Further Information

    Preferred partnership types

    Advocacy of global issues; Project funding; Provision of services / personnel; Standards and guidelines development

    Sustainable Development Goals

    16. Peace, justice and strong institutions

    Issue areas

    Anti-Corruption; Principle 10; Rule of Law

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