United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI)

Turin, Italy
UNITED NATIONS INTERREGIONAL CRIME AND JUSTICE RESEARCH INSTITUTE
  • 2 Masters
  • Private Institution Type

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UNITED NATIONS INTERREGIONAL CRIME AND JUSTICE RESEARCH INSTITUTE

Master's Programmes

Social Sciences (2)

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Accreditation

The United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI), was established in 1968. It is mandated to contribute through research, training, field activities and the collection, exchange and dissemination of information, to the formulation and implementation of improved policies in the field of crime prevention and control. Special focus is paid to the integration of such within broader policies for socio-economic change and development, and to the protection of human rights.
UNICRIs goals are: to advance understanding of crime-related problems; to foster just and efficient criminal justice systems; to support the respect of international instruments and standards and to facilitate international law enforcement cooperation and judicial assistance.
The current priorities include, inter alia, activities related to justice reform, prevention and control of international crimes including international terrorism, transnational organized crime, illicit trafficking, counterfeiting, crimes against the environment and cyber crimes.

Founded in 1404, the University of Turin (UNITO) has grown to become one of the most prestigious colleges in Italy. Current numbers include 70,000 undergraduate students, 1,800 post-graduate and doctoral students, 4,000 faculty members, 12 Faculties and 70 libraries. The University actively promotes culture, research, innovation and training.
The University of Turin prides itself of many distinguished alumni, from Erasmus of Rotterdam in 1506, to many leading 20th Century Italian social and political figures, including two Presidents of the Republic and three Nobel Laureates. Its Faculty of Jurisprudence was among the first in Italy, established more than six centuries ago. Illustrious former professors of the Law School include Pasquale Stanislao Mancini, Francesco Ruffini, Luigi Einaudi, Gaetano Mosca and Norberto Bobbio.

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