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Since its establishment, ICCLR has worked to improve the means by which states utilize international cooperation mechanisms when investigating and prosecuting crime. ICCLR provides expert assistance, analysis and advice to policymakers, criminal justice actors and members of civil society—both at home and around the globe.
In May 2014, at the 22nd United Nations Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice (CCPCJ), the Centre helped organize a workshop on ‘International Cooperation in Criminal Matters.’ The workshop examined the sustainability of the multilateral treaty system, the current status of national legislations, and legal aspects of international cooperation.
As an affiliate of the United Nations, ICCLR has consistently contributed to other UN-related projects dedicated to strengthening international cooperation over the past years.
Assessing the Need for Police Reform in the Context of Good Governance and International Cooperation