President Infantino addresses special event on protecting sport from corruption and crime; FIFA (www.FIFA.com) protects “not only football and its institutions, but also the very people who play the sport”. FIFA President Gianni Infantino attended the 14th United Nations Congress on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice to discuss the main threats to football and how the world’s sports governing body is addressing it. face. Invited to speak at a special event on protecting sport against corruption and crime, President Infantino said that with an unwavering commitment to good governance, the new FIFA has laid the groundwork Solids to Eliminate Corruption in Football: “Through the FIFA Forward program, we are providing each of our 211 member associations around the world with up to five times more investment than they received before 2016. But the main difference is that every dollar of this investment is linked to specific and external contracts. independent […]
The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crimes, (UNODC) has disclosed that more Nigerians are likely to become victims of human trafficking as a result of the economic downturn which has been worsened by the impact of COVID-19. According to reports by UNODC, Nigeria is the source, transit and destination country for human trafficking and […] Read Full Story
United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, UNODC, has promised to deepen its relationship with the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA, under its new Chairman/Chief Executive, Gen. Buba Marwa(retd).
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