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  • National expert conference "Tackling cybercrime — A key challenge to comprehensive cybersecurity"

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    The OSCE Office in Baku is organising a National Expert Conference "Tackling Cybercrime - A Key Challenge to Comprehensive Cybersecurity" which will bring together representatives of all relevant state agencies of Azerbaijan, international experts, representatives of international organizations and Embassies and internet providers operating in Azerbaijan.

  • Anti-Phishing working group's second annual eCrime researchers sync-up

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    The second annual eCrime Researchers Sync-Up, organised in conjunction with University College Dublin's Centre for Cybercrime Investigation, is a two-day exchange of presentations and discussions related to eCrime research in progress and, as importantly, for networking of researchers within the disciplines that are defining the cybercrime research field today.

  • Seminar on fighting child pornography on the internet

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    In light of the recent adoption of the 2011 EU Directive aimed at combating sexual abuse and exploitation of children as well as child pornography, this event is intended as a platform to debate and assess the new EU legislation and to promote the effective investigation and prosecution of offences in this area of law.

  • Support to combating trafficking in human beings and forced labour in Azerbaijan in 2011

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    The objective of the project is to increase the capacities of relevant Government agencies and civil society in preventing and prosecuting trafficking in human beings (THB) and protecting the victims of trafficking.

  • Sensitization seminar on human trafficking and forced labour for regional law-enforcement agencies in south of Azerbaijan

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    The purpose of the workshop was to sensitize regional law-enforcement agencies and other actors on anti-trafficking and elaborate on the role of the front-line officers in combating trafficking in human beings.