Projects

 

Year:
2016
The African Task Force on the Prevention of Mass Atrocities (ATF) was an 18-month initiative of the Budapest Centre for Mass Atrocity Prevention. This final report reflects the outcome of desk research and interviews conducted by the members of the ATF, as well as the result of five subsequent workshops and bilateral interviews organized with the senior management of the relevant organizations in Africa.
Year:
2015
This Regional Study is focused on the prevention and combat of violence against children through the Internet in Latin American countries in order to illuminate problems shared by the different countries, identify the gaps in legislation, and highlight good practices in the prevention and protection of minor victims of online sexual exploitation.
Year:
2015
Falsified and substandard medicines (FS) are a known public health problem. This report on the Legal & Regulation Aspect of Falsified and Substandard Medicines is a stage result of an initiative to build a knowledge base and collection of tools to support a whole-of-government approach to manage the public health problem of falsified and substandard medicines in any country.
Year:
2015
This report concludes that it is possible to develop efficient policy mechanisms and control the problem—if the international community understands the consequences of corruption and is equipped with insights about the sources of context-specific values achievable through corruption, the individual propensity to grab, and the moral environment.
Year:
2015
This study enhances the protection of children by supporting legislative responses to deal with ICT-facilitated child abuse and exploitation in 17 targeted Asian countries. It provides an analysis of domestic law in alignment with relevant international instruments; examples of good legal practices for child online protection at a national level; and national legal frameworks to deal with issues of online child abuse and exploitation.