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Webinar to launch the 1st report of the Illicit Markets Census - Brazil
The "Census of Illicit Markets: from the Triple Border Brazil-Argentina-Paraguay to the city of São Paulo" (https://economiailicita.com.br/en/schedule/) gathered and analysed, through cognitive computing, more than 10 million crime records on illicit markets for drugs, weapons, electronics, cigarettes, pesticides, among other related illicit products and services, such as human trafficking and the sexual exploitation of minors, which occurred on the geographical axis between the triple border and São Paulo, the main hub and wholesaler of illicit products in the country and in South America.
The project is funded by PMI IMPACT, a global initiative by Philip Morris International (PMI) to support projects dedicated to combating illegal trade and related crimes. (https://www.pmi-impact.com/Funding/secondfundinground).
The event will feature simultaneous Portuguese-English translation.

Apr 30, 2021 10:00 AM in Sao Paulo

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Speakers

João Henrique Martins
CEO of JHM @JHM Pesquisa
João Henrique Martins, Project Leader Census of Illicit Markets – Brazil, JHM Research, GI-TOC Network Member. He accumulates 20 years of experience in the area of crime control policies and transnational organized crime, with a background in three areas: police, academic and private sector.
David Luna
Chairman of Business at OECD @Business at OECD
CEO and founder of Luna Global Networks, a former US diplomat and national security officer, is currently chairman of the Business@OECD Group of Experts Against Illicit Trade and chairman of the Anti-Illicit Trade Committee (AIT) of the United States International Business Council (USCIB).
Mark Shaw
Director of GI-TOC @Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime
Director of the Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime (GI-TOC). He has also worked for ten years at UNODC, where he served in various roles related to combating transactional organized crime.