31st CCPCJ Side Event: The importance of including external perspectives in the negotiations on a UN cybercrime treat

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This event takes place in the context of the ongoing negotiations on a new cybercrime instrument, under the Ad Hoc Committee (AHC). The input of external voices is fundamental to ensuring that the negotiations are making decisions based on the best evidence and data. Civil society organizations, private sector and academia can all provide useful insights, which should be taken into account by the AHC as it continues its work.

The event will feature a diverse panel representatives of Member States and other stakeholders who will outline their perspectives on the UN treaty negotiation, including why and how ‘multistakeholder’ participation will bring benefits to the process. It will also feature insights from recent non-governmental consultations on the AHC, as well as the latest updates from member state representatives involved in the negotiations.

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Ian Tennant

Fund Manager & Vienna Multilateral Representative, Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime

Summer Walker

New York Representative and Senior Analyst, Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime

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