Updated 7/7/2016
 

 

About UNAFEI

 The United Nations Asia and Far East Institute for the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders (UNAFEI) is a United Nations regional institute, established in 1962 by agreement between the United Nations and the Government of Japan, with the aim of promoting the sound development of criminal justice systems and mutual cooperation in Asia and the Pacific Region.

Message from the Director


  International
Courses and Seminars
  UNCAC Training
Programme
  GG Seminar

  Resource Material Series   Visiting Experts

  Distribution of Participants by Countries (As of 23 Jun. 2016)
 


Plan of Activities

FY2016 Plan of Activities

UNAFEI International Training Programmes in FY2017

Invitation to the Third World Congress on Probation in Japan (12-14 Sep. 2017)

Programme
Date
・The Third Training Course on Legal Assistance for Vietnam 4 Jul. - 15 Jul.
2016
・The Joint Study on the Legal Systems of Japan and Vietnam
2016 RTI - SPP Exchange Programme (Japan Session)
11 Jul. - 15 Jul.
2016

What's New

The 163rd International Training Course concluded on 23 June.


・The participants of the 163rd International Training Course paid a courtesy visit to Mr. Mitsuhide Iwaki, Minister of Justice on 25 May.
 

・UNAFEI Director and Deputy Director attended the 25th United Nations Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice (23 - 27 May, at Vienna, Austria).

The 163rd International Training Course commenced on 18 May.


・UNAFEI Professor attended UNICRI and TIJ expert group meeting on the Nexus between Organized Crime and Terrorism as a threat to Security and Development (11 - 13 May, at Bangkok, Thailand).

・Mr. SENTA Keisuke assumed the directorship of UNAFEI on 15 April.
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・Comparative Study on Criminal Justice Systems of Japan and Nepal was held from 7 - 17 March.



The 162nd International Senior Seminar concluded on 12 February .


・The participants of the 162nd International Senior Seminar had a meeting with Japanese volunteer probation officers on 26 January.

・The participants of the 162nd International Senior Seminar paid a courtesy visit to Mr. Mitsuhide Iwaki, Minister of Justice on 20 January.
 

The 162nd International Senior Seminar commenced on 13 January.



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