Global Action on Cybercrime Extended (GLACY)+
GLACY+ is a Joint project of the European Union (Instrument Contributing to Peace and Stability) and the Council of Europe.
GLACY+ is intended to extend the experience of the GLACY project (2013 – 2016) and supports twelve priority and hub countries in Africa, Asia-Pacific and Latin America and the Caribbean region – Cabo Verde, Chile, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ghana, Mauritius, Morocco, Nigeria, Philippines, Senegal, Sri Lanka and Tonga. These countries may serve as hubs to share their experience within their respective regions.
To strengthen the capacities of States worldwide to apply legislation on cybercrime and electronic evidence and enhance their abilities for effective international cooperation in this area.
- To promote consistent cybercrime and cybersecurity policies and strategies.
- To strengthen the capacity of police authorities to investigate cybercrime and engage in effective police-to-police cooperation with each other as well as with cybercrime units in Europe and other regions.
- To enable criminal justice authorities to apply legislation and prosecute and adjudicate cases of cybercrime and electronic evidence and engage in international cooperation.
GLACY+: Mainstreaming cybercrime training modules in the curricula of Ghanaian Judicial Training Institutions
After the roll-out of the new Introductory Judicial Training and Advanced Judicial Training courses in Ghana, the GLACY+ project continued with a discussion on the long-term integration of judicial training on cybercrime and electronic evidence into the curricula of training institutions,...
The Council of Europe, in collaboration with the office of the National Cyber Security Centre advisor of the Republic of Ghana, organized the National Conference on the Technical Implementation of the Budapest Convention in Accra, Ghana on 18-19 March 2019. The conference brought together 120+...
On 11 of March 2019, the Cybercrime Programme Office of the Council of Europe (C-PROC) welcomed the visit of the Minister of Justice of the Kingdom of Morocco, Mr Mohamed AUAJJAR and his delegation. This visit was part of a series of meetings that the Moroccan delegation had scheduled in Romania...