Social reuse of confiscated assets - possibilities for civil society In Albania

A talk by Fatjona Mejdini, Vanja Petrovic, Dhr. Reinout Vos, Drita Avdyli, Saša Đorđević and Qirjako Theodhori
GI - TOC, Dutch Embassy in Tirana, Instituti Migracionit Zhvillimit dhe Integrimit (Institute for Migration and Integration), GI-TOC and Albanian Agency of the Administration of Seized and Confiscated Assets

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About this talk

Social reuse of confiscated criminal assets opens the possibility of strengthening resilience to organized crime and building bridges between civil society and the authorities. In most cases, when assets are recovered they are confiscated by the state and the value is transferred to the public purse. Assets are used to support local projects or provided for public use at the request of eligible beneficiaries.

This provides many opportunities for civil society organizations, however, many organizations are not familiar with the processes and its benefits.

In this webinar our aim is to raise awareness on this topic, provide good practice examples from Albania, Western Balkan region and abroad, and provide local civil society organization with practical tools on how they could get involved in the process of asset recovery and apply to access these assets or funds.

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Fatjona Mejdini

Director of the South Eastern Europe Observatory, Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime

Saša Đorđević

Field coordinator for Serbia and Montenegro, Global Initiative against Transnational Organized Crime

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