TNOC Theme Innovation Awards

The ESRC and AHRC are pleased to announce the funding of eleven Innovation Awards under the Transnational Organised Crime (TNOC) Theme of PaCCS. The total amount of funding provided is £1million.

Research Integrator: Dr Tristram Riley-Smith – University of Cambridge 

(click here to see the original call)

List of Awards:

(*Please click on the project titles for  more info about them)

Principal Investigator                       Project Title                 Lead Research Organisation                       
Dr Christiana Gregoriou Representation of transnational human trafficking in present-day news media, true crime, and fiction University of Leeds
Dr Walter Wehrmeyer UNOC: Understanding the Nexus of Organised Crime: Policing in Marginalised Communities linked with organised Crime: Best Practice Network Development University of Surrey
Professor Math Noortmann The Maritime Dimension of Transnational Organised Crime: Engaging Indonesian Law Enforcement Agencies and Coastal Communities in the Land-Sea Nexus Coventry University
Professor Georgios Antonopoulos The Financial Aspects of the Trade in Counterfeit Products: An Exploratory Study Teesside University
Dr Sergio Carrera Anti-Smuggling Policies and their Intersection with Humanitarian Assistance and Social Trust University of London
Dr Joanna Drugan Transnational Organised Crime and Translation (TOCAT): Improving police communication across languages University of East Anglia
Dr Nicholas Lord The (Mis)Use of Corporate Vehicles by Transnational Organised Crime Groups in the Concealment, Conversion and Control of Illicit Finance University of Manchester
Dr Giacomo Persi Paoli Behind the curtain: an investigation of the illicit trade in firearms and explosives on the dark net RAND Europe Community Interest Company
Dr Adam Baird Breaking Bad: How transnational drug trafficking creates violent masculinities in local Caribbean communities in Port of Spain Coventry University
Dr Kristofer Allerfeldt “Negating Humanity”: Modern Slavery in its Historical Context and its Implications for Policy University of Exeter
Professor Kevin Bales Modern Slavery: Meaning and Measurement University of Nottingham