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Side event: From militarised prohibition to intersectional inclusions: A feminist approach to drug policy

Side event organised by the International Women’s Rights Action Watch Asia Pacific with the support of Canada, Germany, Mexico, Norway, the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, the Association for Women’s Rights in Development, CREA, the Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy, the Forging Intersectional Feminist Futures Consortium, the Instituto RIA, the …

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Side event: The death penalty for drug-related offences: Challenges to restrict its use and pathways towards abolition

Side event organised by Harm Reduction International with the support of Australia, Belgium, Canada, Costa Rica, Czechia, Mongolia, Mexico, New Zealand, Paraguay, Portugal, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, the European Union, the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, the World Health Organization, the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS, the United Nations Development Programme, …

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Item 6. Follow-up to the implementation at the national, regional and international levels of all commitments, as reflected in the Ministerial Declaration of 2019, to address and counter the world drug problem.

(…) UNODC:  Thank you, Mr. Chair, distinguished delegates, ladies and gentlemen. It is my pleasure to brief the Commission on some of the significant efforts UNODC has undertaken over the last year to confront the global drug problem, in line with the Ministerial Declaration of 2019. Given time constraints, I will highlight just a few …

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L.4. Improving access to and availability of controlled substances for medical purposes, including for the treatment of children in pain, through the promotion of awareness-raising, training and data collection (Belgium on behalf of the States Members of the United Nations that are members of the European Union, and Côte d’Ivoire)

Belgium: I suggest we start from PP9. Chair: Thank you, let’s turn to PP9. Do I have any comments on PP9?  Chile: Thank you for the floor. For Chile, a suggestion, instead of ‘hindering’ we suggest the language of ‘limiting’ as hindering has negative context. Russian Federation: We could agree on the language from Chile. …

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Round Table 2 – The Way Forward: The Road to 2029

Germany/Chair: Hello, welcome to our discussion regarding the way forward in advancing the implementation of all international drug policy commitments in light of the 2029 finally view of certain 2019 Ministerial Declaration in accordance with CND Resolution 66 Adopted by the Commission last March, this roundtable will consist of panel interventions followed by an interactive …

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