2020 Global Cooperation & Training Framework
– Combating COVID-19 Related Crimes
The Ministry of Justice Investigation Bureau (MJIB) is pleased to invite you to participate in the 2020 Global Cooperation & Training Framework (GCTF) - Combating COVID-19 Related Crimes. This year, due to COVID-19, the conference will take place as a live streaming conference. Please find details below:
Taiwan and the United States signed an MOU on June 1st 2015 to establish the Global Cooperation & Training Framework (GCTF)-a platform to utilize Taiwan’s strengths and expertise to address global issues of mutual concerns.
Within the past five years, the GCTF has held 26 international workshops, with more than 900 officials and experts from 60 countries participating in the events. Since 2019, Japan has co-hosted 11 GCTF workshops with Taiwan and the U.S., and has become a full partner to this framework. Australia also co-hosted the GCTF workshop in November 2019 and June 2020.
We welcome more like-minded countries to participate in the GCTF to further expand our cooperation under this framework.
|09：00 - 09：30||
|09：50 - 10：50||
Session I – U.S.
COVID-19 Internet-Facilitated Crimes and International Cooperation
|11：00 - 12：00||
Session II – Taiwan
Combating Disinformation on COVID-19 in Taiwan.
|13：30 - 14：30||
Session III – Australia
Challenges and Practices on Combating COVID-19 Related Crimes in Australia.
|14：40 - 15：40||
Session IV – Japan
Challenges and Practices on Combating COVID-19 Related Crimes in Japan.
|16：00 - 17：00||
Session V – Taiwan
Taiwan's Medical Face Masks Control Policy & Case Studies on COVID-19 Related Crimes .
* The organizer reserves the right to make changes to the event program. *
Please find the online registration form for the GCTF Conference in the link below. Also note that the deadline for registering is October 25th. The YouTube link of the live streaming conference will be sent to your registered e-mail address before October 28th.
Please be advised that the workshop will be conducted in English. Therefore, English skills are required for those who participate.
Please be advised that participation is possible only upon registration.
The YouTube link of the live streaming conference will be sent to your registered e-mail address before October 28th.