Transnational Organized Crime: Preying on Migration in Latin America

InSight Crime took part in the UNODC bi-annual conference in Vienna, where the scourge of organized crime across the world is discussed, patterns identified, and recommendations presented. InSight Crime presented its experience on the key issues of the criminal exploitation of migrants and environmental crime in the Amazon.

Please view our exploration these issues as we shared our ideas with the UN and governments from around the world.


21 Oct 2022


1:00 pm - 1:45 pm CET


Livestreamed in English to YouTube – REGISTRATION NOT REQUIRED


Jeremy McDermott - Co-Director, InSight Crime. McDermott leads InSight Crime’s team based in Medellin, Colombia. McDermott has more than two decades of experience reporting from Latin America and is a former correspondent for the BBC, The Daily Telegraph, and The Economist. He is the author of "The Invisible Drug Trafficker: In the Footsteps of Memo Fantasma," winner of the Simon Bolívar Award for investigative journalism.

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