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Plenary Item 9. Contributions by the Commission to the work of the Economic and Social Council, in line with General Assembly resolution 72/305, including follow-up to and review and implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development

Chair: Recalls legal basis for this agenda item and the work of the UN CND on matters related to the SDGs. Declaration L2 will be submitted to ECOSOC as a contribution. Secretariat: As you mentioned, the CND and also the sister commission, CCPCJ, are both functional commissions of ECOSOC. Thereby also asked to contribute to …

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Shifting the Needle: The Impact of Global Drug Policy on Women

Organised by Penal Reform International, CELS, Dejusticia, International Drug Policy Consortium, Thailand Institute of Justice and Washington Office on Latin America Recording in English Recording in Spanish Penal Reform International (Moderator: Triona Lenihan, Policy and International Advocacy Manager): Welcome. Today’s event is being recorded, and there will be English-Spanish interpretation. We will also be sharing …

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Side event: Peasant’s rights at a crossroads: social and economic rights for coca growers in Latin America

Organized by Center for the Study of Law, Justice and Society – Dejusticia with the support of the Center for Reproductive Rights, Coordinadora Nacional de Cultivadores de Coca, Amapola y Marihuana (COCCAM), COORDOSAC, Elementa DDHH, and the Federación Nacional Sindical Unitaria Agropecuaria – FENSUGARO – CUT  Isabel Pereira, DeJusticia (Presenter) Nidia Quintero, Coccam Catalina Martínez, …

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Side event: Cannabis law reform in the Americas: Regulation gains momentum

Organized by the Governments of Mexico and Uruguay, the Washington Office on Latin America, Center of Studies for Law, Justice and Society, Intercambios Asociación Civil, México Unido Contra la Delincuencia, Research Consortium on Drugs and the Law, and the Transnational Institute. Isabel Pereira, DeJusticia: Will discuss cannabis law reform and how it is moving forward …

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Side event: From abstract principles to concrete guidance: International Guidelines on Human Rights and Drug Policy

Organized by the Governments of Canada, Germany, Mexico and Switzerland, UNAIDS and the World Health Organization. The International Guidelines on Human Rights and Drug Policy can be accessed online here. H.E. Ambassador Claude Wild, Switzerland: Celebration of a milestone. Today we launch the International Guidelines on Human Rights and Drug Policy. Fruitful collaboration between International …

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