It is one a series of workshops being held as part of the latest session of the UNODC’s Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice. During the workshop, the Agency will feed findings from its work on the fundamental rights aspects of cross-border transfers when it comes to criminal detention and alternatives into the discussions. The workshop is being organised in cooperation with the governments of Ireland and Austria, the European Union External Action Service and the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Human Rights.
Exploring the potential of cross-border cooperation in criminal justice
The Agency is co-organising a joint workshop on cross-border cooperation in criminal justice that will take place on 22 May in Vienna at the UN Office on Drugs and Crime.