Sanction Evasion

University of Luxembourg

Sanctions evasion has become an increasingly significant global issue, posing challenges for governments, international organizations, and businesses alike. The workshop will provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of sanctions evasion, including its underlying causes, typologies, evolving trends, and key actors Involved. It will explore the role of the private sector (e.g., financial institutions) in detecting […]

Sustainability Factors Shaping Port Security: A Case Study of Baltic Ports

WG 3 - 1. Webinar: Sustainability Factors Shaping Port Security: A Case Study of Baltic Ports Date: 21 November – 13:00 CET Contact:  Presenters: Prof. dr. Jaroslav Dvorak, (Klaipėda University) Assoc. prof. dr. Valentina Burkšienė (Klaipėda University) Moderator: Stefano Caneppele, University of Lausanne Zoom invitiation:  GLITSS is inviting you to a scheduled […]

GLITSS Webinar: Market Trends of Illegal Tobacco Products and Modern Alternative Tobacco Products

Date: 11th of December 2023, 13:00 CET (online) Presenters: Ms. Jurušs and Mr. Plamadeala Moderator: Prof. Stefano Caneppele Zoom registration link:  After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. About the Webinar The webinar will cover the topics of the illegal cigarette market using social media, as well as […]

The Cocaine Industry: Governance, Territory, and Violence

We are excited to announce our next webinar "Enhancing Anti-Money Laundering Measures in Banking Through Advanced Biometric Technologies" through the integration of advanced biometric technologies into the banking sector's anti-money laundering (AML) efforts.


Zmaja od Bosne 8, Sarajevo

The second annual GLITSS conference delves into the intricate repercussions of illicit trade on contemporary societies within the European and global context. Illicit trade, encompassing activities such as counterfeiting, smuggling, and trafficking, extends beyond mere economic and legal concerns to pose significant security, safety and sustainability challenges. It enables security threats to materialize, such as natural-resource-fueled-conflicts and terrorism. It presents safety hazards, such as those created by counterfeit medicines and drugs. TI threatens the sustainability of our societies by consuming excessive planetary resources and undermining the regulated functioning of international markets. Yet, despite this obvious objective relevance, the discussion on illicit trade remains compartmentalized within disciplinary boundaries. Bringing together experts, policymakers, academics, and industry stakeholders, the conference explores the complex interplay between illicit trade and its multifaceted threats to security, safety, and sustainability.

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