Giovanni Falcone and Italian society's fight against Cosa Nostra

A talk by Jean-Luc Lemahieu, Mark Shaw, Anna Alvazzi del Frate, Amb. Alessandro Cortese, Maria Vittoria De Simone, Riikka Puttonen, Ruggero Scaturro and Francesco Testa
UNODC, The Alliance of NGOs on Crime Prevention & Criminal Justice, Italian National Antimafia and Counterterrorism Directorate, UNODC,

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This event will explore Italy’s experiences in combatting the mafia and transnational organized crime, with a focus on the efforts of prominent judicial figures such as Giovanni Falcone and Paolo Borsellino, and how all sectors of society have played a role in the common struggle.

The event will consist of a panel discussion including representatives of Italy, GI-TOC, UNODC and civil society, and a presentation of the new GI-TOC Report “Once upon a time in Palermo: Giovanni Falcone and the fight against Cosa Nostra”.

AGENDA

WELCOMING REMARKS:

Amb. Alessandro Cortese - Permanent Representative of Italy to the International Organizations in Vienna

Mark Shaw - Director, Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime

Jean-Luc Lemahieu - Director of the Division for Policy Analysis and Public Affairs, UNODC

SPEAKERS:

Ruggero Scaturro - Analyst, Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime

Maria Vittoria De Simone - Deputy Prosecutor, Italian National Antimafia and Counterterrorism Directorate

Riikka Puttonen - Programme manager of the global programme on implementation of the UNTOC, UNODC

Anna Alvazzi del Frate - Chair, The Alliance of NGOs on Crime Prevention & Criminal Justice

MODERATOR:

Francesco Testa - Italian Public Prosecutor and European Delegated Prosecutor

Jean-Luc Lemahieu

Director, Division for Policy Analysis and Public Affairs, UNODC

Mark Shaw

Director, Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime