Global Initiative against Transnational Organized Crime
The Global Initiative against Transnational Organized Crime is a network of prominent law enforcement, governance and development practitioners who are dedicated to seeking new and innovative strategies and responses to organized crime. For more visit the website.
Institute for Safety, Governance and Criminology, University of Cape Town
The University of Cape Town‘s Institute for Safety, Governance and Criminology focuses on the intersection between global illicit flows, violence and crime at the local level. All of which remain under-studied, particularly in the Global South where the consequences for development and individual safety are greatest.
University of Cape Town
The University of Cape Town is an inclusive and engaged research-intensive African university that inspires creativity through outstanding achievements in learning, discovery and citizenship; enhancing the lives of its students and staff, advancing a more equitable and sustainable social order and influencing the global higher education landscape. For more, visit the website.
Open Society Foundation for South Africa
The Open Society Foundation for South Africa (OSF-SA) is committed to promoting the values, institutions and practices of an open, non-racial and non-sexist, democratic, civil society. OSF-SA supports a vigorous and autonomous civil society in which the rule of law and divergent opinions are respected. OSF-SA is a South African grant-making organisation and is a part of the Open Society Foundations. For more, visit the website.
National Research Foundation
The National Research Foundation (NRF) was established as an independent government agency, through the National Research Foundation Act (Act No 23 of 1998). The mandate of the NRF is to promote and support research through funding, human resource development and the provision of the necessary research facilities in order to facilitate the creation of knowledge, innovation and development in all fields of science and technology, including indigenous knowledge, and thereby contribute to the improvement of the quality of life of all South Africans. For more, visit the website.