About the project
GLACY is a joint project of the European Union and the Council of Europe aimed at supporting countries worldwide in the implementation of the Budapest Convention.
The specific objective of GLACY is:
Results are expected in the following areas:
Engagement of decision-makers
Harmonisation of legislation
Law enforcement capacities
Assessment of progress.
Duration of the project: 1 November 2013 – 31 October 2016.
GLACY Conference: Getting started, 24-27 March 2014, Dakar, Senegal
[Strasbourg, 31 March 2014] The “GLACY - Getting Started” conference was held in Dakar, Senegal, from 24 to 27 March 2014. It was opened by the Minister of Interior of Senegal, Mr. Abdoulaye Daouda Diallo, by Mr. Marc Boucey, Delegation of the European Union in Dakar, and by Alexander Seger, Council of Europe. More than 100 representatives and cybercrime experts from some 30 countries participated in plenary sessions and workshops.
Cybercrime - Call for the Position of Project Manager
[Strasbourg, 30 Januray 2014] The Council of Europe has published a vacancy notice for the position of Project Manager to support the implementation of the joint European Union and Council of Europe project GLACY (Global Action on Cybercrime).
This competition will also serve to establish a reserve list of candidates for similar positions in the near future.
Deadline for applications: 23 February 2014
Cybercrime - Call for short-term consultants
[Strasbourg, 24 October 2013] The Council of Europe has launched a call to establish a short-list of consultants to support the implementation of the joint project Global Action on Cybercrime (GLACY) of the Council of Europe and the European Union.
Deadline for application: 12th November 2013