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The new volume in the RiskMonitor Series presents papers, interviews and proceedings of the international conference ”Organized Crime, Civil Society and the Policy Process, held on May 28-30, 2010, in Borovetz, Bulgaria.

The primary goal of the conference was to examine the intrinsic and instrumental value of civil society in the fight against organized crime, by focusing on new trends in the theoretical analysis of organized crime and the development of crime prevention policies and how they can be managed successfully with a view to deepening democracy, ensuring stability and promoting social security.

View the conference proceedings (in English).