Global Programme on CyberCrime

Founding Year: 2013



The UN Global Programme assists “member States in their struggle against cyber-related crimes through capacity building and technical assistance.” It’s designed to “respond flexibly to identified needs in developing countries by supporting the member states to prevent and combat cybercrime in a holistic manner.” The programme is funded by Australia, Canada, Japan, Norway, the UK and the USA.

Global Programme on CyberCrime contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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