Specialist areas of work and services:
- Supply chains
- Modern slavery technology
GI-TOC aims to promote greater debate and innovative approaches as the building blocks to an inclusive global strategy against organized crime.
Experience, Background and Services:
Founded in 2013 and headquartered in Geneva, The Global Initiative comprises a network of about 500 independent global and regional experts working on human rights, democracy, governance, and development issues where organized crime has become increasingly pertinent.
The Global Initiative provides a platform to promote greater debate and innovative approaches as the building blocks to an inclusive global strategy against organized crime. It commissions and shares research globally; curates a robust resource library of 2,000 reports and tools specific to organized crime; and uses its tremendous convening power to unite both the private and public sectors against organized crime.
Through a range of channels, the Global Initiative seeks to project the expertise of its Network members outwards and to make it available to a broader range of stakeholders, including through developing the evidence basis for policymaking; convening and facilitating multi-sectoral dialogue; and developing tools and programmes necessary to further the development of effective responses.