10 - 11 November 2022
International Conference on Promoting the role of women in preventing, investigating and prosecuting cybercrime
Women have a crucial role to play in effective criminal justice responses to cybercrime, whether as policymakers or legislators developing and adopting legislation on cybercrime, or as law enforcement, prosecutorial or judicial practitioners investigating and prosecuting such offences.
Experience from the capacity building projects implemented by the Council of Europe Cybercrime Programme Office underline the central place of women in driving actions to combat cybercrime at the national, regional and international levels. Despite this, cybercrime and electronic evidence, as well as parts of the criminal justice system more generally, may often be perceived as predominantly male fields.
The International conference on promoting the role of women in preventing, investigating and prosecuting cybercrime is expected to build on the experiences gained through the capacity building activities implemented by the Council of Europe Cybercrime Programme Office as well as existing research by the Council of Europe and other stakeholders by contributing to:
- Showcasing women’s roles as criminal justice practitioners combatting cybercrime;
- Sharing experiences among participants of building women’s capacity to engage actively in the criminal justice response to cybercrime;
- Preventing cybercrime against women and ensuring women can access effective remedies when they become victims of cybercrime;
- Identifying how to further promote women’s role in the global fight against cybercrime.
Promoting the role of women in preventing, investigating and prosecuting cybercrime
10 - 11 November 2022
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- Americas Regional Forum on Cybercrime and Electronic Evidence
- Action against Cybercrime
- Second Additional Protocol to the Cybercrime Convention
- Octopus Cybercrime Community
- C-PROC Office
- Global Action on Cybercrime Extended (GLACY+) project
- Octopus project
- CoE Cyberviolence portal
- DG Human Rights and Rule of Law
The International Conference is organised by the Council of Europe under the Global Action on Cybercrime Extended (GLACY+) joint project of the European Union and the Council of Europe, and the Octopus project of the Council of Europe, in cooperation with the CyberEast, CyberSouth and iPROCEEDS-2 joint projects of the EU and the Council of Europe
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