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1 Baku,

2 2 2 Real Time Delphi

3 3 Advances 73% Versions in English and Spanish

4 4 2Contests: 15 Videogames production Players

5 FUTURES ROOM Presidency Office 5

6 MEXICAN POLITICAL SITUATION MEXICAN PACT 95 commitments 5 STRUCTURAL REFORMS. Education, Labour, Telecommunications, Energy and Fiscal FUTURES ROOM, PRESIDENCY of the REPUBLIC 1.State of the Future Index 2. Impacts and Risks of the Mexican Pact 3. Global Futures Intelligence System 6

7 National Energy Strategy

8 Structure The ENE takes as its starting point the role that the energy sector should play in supporting the growth and economic and social development of the country, promotes the social inclusion of the population in the benefits arising from the use of energy, long-term sustainability of the sector and mitigate the harmful impacts of energy production and consumption may have on health and the environment. National Energy Strategy National Energy Strategy

9 Structure Strategic objectives GDP Growth Energy for economic growth Social inclusion Energy for all GDP growth Social Inclusion GDP growth Social Inclusion

10 Structure Integration elements System renovation Environmental and energy efficiency Best practices with least environmental impact Sustainability Energy security Energy sufficiency GDP growth Social Inclusion GDP growth Social Inclusion

11 Policy measures Unify and consolidate infraestructure Refining Processing and generation Strengthen transformation capacity Transport, storage and distribution Oil production Sustainable production for the long run Energy Transition Natural gas for the energy transition Structure GDP growth Social Inclusion GDP growth Social Inclusion

12 Energy for economic growth Energy transition Keep a surplus of energy Expected outputs Security Reduce energy intensity Unify and strengthen the energy infrastructure To ensure the integrity and efficiency in facilities Efficiency Inclusive development Supporting disadvantaged populations Reducing the carbon footprint of the sector Sustainability Energy for development Energy for all

13 13 THE FUTURES OF WOMENS LEADERSHIP AGAINST TRANSNATIONAL ORGANIZED CRIME Scenarios 2035 Strategies and actions to prevent crime for peoples welfare worldwide

14 Mexican Senate 14 The Nation is first AMONG INDIVIDUALS AS AMONG NATIONS THE RIGHTS RESPECT OF OTHERS IS PEACE THE NATION IS FIRST.

15 Transnational Organized Crime 19 crime types 1.Counterfeiting11.Migrant smuggling 2.Corruption12.Money laundering 3. Credit card fraud13. Murder for hire 4. Cybercrimes14. Nuclear materials trafficking 5.Drug trafficking15. Peoples trafficking 6.Environmental crimes16. Piracy 7. Extortion17. Smuggling 8. Hazardous chemical trafficking18. Terrorism 9. Human organs trafficking19. Weapons trafficking 10.Kidnapping 15

16 TTRANSNATIONAL ORGANIZED CRIME MAIN COUNTRIES 1.United States of America 2.China 3.Mexico 4.Spain 5.Italy 6.Japan 7.Canada 8.United Kingdom 9.Russia 10.Germany 11. South Korea 12. Indonesia 13. Peru 14. Philippines 15. Turkey 16. Brazil 17. India 18. Colombia 19. Venezuela 21. Thailand 22. Paraguay 23. Morocco 24. Iran 25 France 16

17 2012 World GDP, TOC, Population GDPTOCWORLD POPULATION dollarspeople % GDP: 2.6% % MAIN 10 TOC COUNTRIES % GDP: 3.5% TOC: 82% % GDP per capita $ MAIN 25 TOC COUNTRIES % GDP: 3.2 % TOC: 94% % GDP per capita MILLENNIUM PROJECT 37 COUNTRIES % GDP: 3% TOC: 92% % GDP per capita

18 Millennium Project 37 Countries 18 1.United States 2.China 3.Mexico 4.Spain 5.Italy 6.Japan 7.Canada 8.United Kingdom 9.Russia 10.Germany 11.South Korea 12.Peru 13.Turkey 14.Brazil 15.India 16.Australia 17.Colombia 18.Venezuela 19.France 20. Israel 21. South AFrica 22.Egypt 23.Greece 24.Malaysia 25.Romania 26.Kuwait 27.United Arab Emirates 28. Argentina 29.Polonia 30.Kenya 31.New Zealand 32.Czech Republic 33.Chile 34.Bolivia 35.Belgium 36.Finland 37.Dominican Republic

19 19 CRIME VALUES 1.Drugs 2.Counterfeiting 3.Prostitution 4.Ilegal gambling 5.Piracy 6.Ilegal trafficking 7.Oil theft 8.Illegal tobacco 9.Smuggling and others

20 MILLENNIUM PROJECT GDP per capita 1.United States 2.China 3.Mexico 4.Spain 5.Italy 6.Japan 7.Canada 8.United Kingdon 9.Russia 10. Germany 11. South Korea 12. Peru 13. Turkey 14. Brazil 15. India 16. Australia 17. Colombia 18. Venezuela 19. France 20. Israel 21. South Africa 22.Egypt 23.Greece 24.Malaysia 25.Romania 26.Kuwat 27.United Arab Emirates 28. Argentina 29. Polonia 30. Kenya 31. New Zealand 32. Czech Rep. 33.Chile 34.Bolivia 35.Belgium 36.Finland 37.Dominican Rep.

21 MILLENNIUM PROJECT Countries TOC incomes US $ United States 2.China 3.Mexico 4.Spain 5.Italy 6.Japan 7.Canada 8.United Kingdon 9.Russia 10. Germany 11. South Korea 12. Peru 13. Turkey 14. Brazil 15. India 16. Australia 17. Colombia 18. Venezuela 19. France 20. Israel 21. South Africa 22.Egypt 23.Greece 24.Malaysia 25.Romania 26.Kuwat 27.United Arab Emirates 28. Argentina 29. Polonia 30. Kenya 31. New Zealand 32. Czech Rep. 33.Chile 34.Bolivia 35.Belgium 36.Finland 37.Dominican Rep.

22 MILLENNIUM PROJECT Countries population United States 2.China 3.Mexico 4.Spain 5.Italy 6.Japan 7.Canada 8.United Kingdon 9.Russia 10. Germany 11. South Korea 12. Peru 13. Turkey 14. Brazil 15. India 16. Australia 17. Colombia 18. Venezuela 19. France 20. Israel 21. South Africa 22.Egypt 23.Greece 24.Malaysia 25.Romania 26.Kuwat 27.United Arab Emirates 28. Argentina 29. Polonia 30. Kenya 31. New Zealand 32. Czech Rep. 33.Chile 34.Bolivia 35.Belgium 36.Finland 37.Dominican Rep.

23 Drugs: 28% US $ Marijuana Cocaine Prescription drugs Heroin Metamphetamine Ecstasy 3.9 %

24 Counterfeit: 25% US $ Drugs 2.Food 3.Auto parts 4.Toys 5.Shoes 6.Clothing 7.Sporting goods 8.Pesticies % Aircraft 10.Arms 11.Watches 12.Money 13. Identity docs. & passports 14.Bags 15.Lighters 16.batteries %

25 Illegal gambling: 9.5% US $

26 Piracy: 6.7% US $ Software Music Wires Videogames Mobile entertainment Films Books 0.6 %

27 Illegal Trafficking: 3.5% US $ Humans 2.Wildlife 3.Weapons 4.Organs %

28 Smuggling: 2% US $ Humans Liquors Cosmetics Minerals & metals Nuclear %

29 Others: 2.7% US $ Illegal logging Illegal fishery Waste chute Art theft Kidnap and Ransom International adoptions %

30 Study METHODOLOGY 1.Real Time Delphi 2. Scenarios 2035 OUTCOMES 1.To encourage womens active role on crime prevention. 2. UN WOMEN & UNODC promotion and implementation of Study results. 3.UN launch global media campaigns of Women Leaders visions, actions and messages. 4. Reduce the spectrum and effects of TOC. 30

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