Quick Guide 9: International cooperation in asset recovery
What exactly does international cooperation mean in the context of asset recovery? This is a wider question than many people think.
It also opens up further questions, such as not only how to return more stolen assets more quickly to victim countries, but how those returned assets can best be used to support sustainable development and strengthen criminal justice systems.
Learn more in this quick guide by Shane Nainappan, Senior Asset Recovery Specialist.
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