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Can we halt the globalization of crime?

First of series of debates around Third World issues

Chair: Mr. James Curtis
Mr Tarique Ghaffur, Assistant Chief Constable of the Metropolitan Police in charge of global crimes; Ms Christien Van der Anker, University of Birmingham (Specialist in traffic in human beings, University of Birmingham); Callum Rankine, International Species Officer, WWF.

Globalisation has offered wonderful opportunities for an increase in global crimes –narcotics, human beings, guns, endangered species. Can world governments take appropriate measures to combat such crimes? Do they want to? Do they have the structures to deal with the challenges?


Mr James Curtis | talks
Mr Tarique Ghaffur | talks
Ms Christien Van der Anker | talks
Callum Rankine | talks


Date and Time:

6 October 2004 at 7:00 pm


1 hour 30 minutes



St. James's Church

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Organised by:

Ethical Events Ltd
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