'It's a crime': Cybercrime
Did you know that cybercrime affects 14 people every second? Cybercrime is one of the fastest growing transnational organized crimes. It takes the form of identity-related offences, infringement of copyright and intellectual property rights, child pornography and abuse. The need to protect citizens around the world from cybercrime is greater than ever.
World Radio Day
This year UN Radio, along with the United Nations, celebrates its 70th anniversary. UN Radio is available in 8 languages and it broadcasts 1,200 documentaries, news items and editorials every year. Have a listen to UN Radio on World Radio Day, observed on 13 February, or every day, to get the latest on the work of the United Nations throughout the world. More...
The Rule of law: what does it mean to you?
Let us know what the rule of law means to you by posting a short video clip or a photo on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter using the hashtag #myruleoflaw. You can also send it to crimecongress[at]unvienna.org if you want us to upload it to the official Crime Congress platforms.
The United Nations in Vienna offers you a unique opportunity to get an insight into global policy making. We are the world centre for issues such as nuclear explosions, hi-tech satellites and international crime prevention and you can be a part of it.
We also offer group lectures and tours on specialized topics and for children.