New to the collection: Government information on Human Rights, published by the European Union.
1. EU action plan on human rights and democracy
2. Protection against discrimination on grounds of sexual exploitation, gender identity, and sex characteristics in the EU
3. New risks and trends in the safety and health of women at work
4. Research on migration
5. Violence against children with disabilities
Exploring tomorrow's organised crime is a 2015 report, published by the European Union (EU)
This report outlines key driving factors for the evolution of serious and organised crime in the EU. The document describes these key drivers, their impact on serious and organised crime and the potential impact on individual crime areas and organised crime groups (OCGs).
It does not claim to make definitive predictions or provide a complete picture of crime in the future, but rather aims to outline plausible developments and to encourage law enforcement authorities to consider and explore the potential evolution of serious and organised crime.