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Side Event: Drug Policy in Context: Poverty, Criminalization and Discrimination Against Women

Organized by ‘Equis: Justicia para Las Mujeres’ and co-sponsored by WOLA (Washington Office on Latin America). Wednesday, March 16th, 2022 Speakers: Nancy Carmona, Coordinator of Public Policy, EQUIS Justicia para Las Mujeres Mónica Rebollo, Senior Public Policy Officer, EQUIS Justicia para Las Mujeres Amaranta Valgañón, Senior Attorney – Strategic Litigation, EQUIS Justicia para Las Mujeres …

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Side event: Forced treatment, people who use drugs and the right to health: empirical evidence from Asia and Latin America

Organized by Equis Justicia Para Las Mujeres A.C., the International Drug Policy Consortium, and the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights Leigh Toomey, Vice Chair, UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention: (Intro) Annette Verster, World Health Organization: Health and welfare of humankind are the fundamental underpinnings of the Conventions. This is very important …

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Special event: Drug policies in the Americas

Amb. Adam Namm, CICAD/OAS: (…) Roberto Moro, SEDRONAR: We welcome the report Secretary Namm just mentioned. We’re building policies based on evidence allowing us to make policy decisions adapted to our countries. Working beyond UNGASS, these guidelines should continue help us develop and build strategies. It’s a complex work if we take into account all recommendations, …

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Side event: Women, incarceration and drug policy: Specific vulnerabilities that call for focused responses

Organized by the Center for Legal and Social Studies, the International Drug Policy Consortium, the Washington Office on Latin America, Women and Harm Reduction International Network, Masyarakat Community Legal Aid Institute, the Eurasian Harm Reduction Association and the NoBox Transitions Foundation. Ivana Radacic, OHCHR (Chair): Thank you for inviting me as the Chair of the …

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CND Intersessional, 16 October 2017: Chapter 3 on supply reduction, law enforcement, responses to drug-related crime and countering money laundering

Amb. Bente Angell-Hansen, CND Chair: I welcome all attending for joining us in this important work, as well as the panellists on this session. I invite the meeting to adopt the provisional agenda. It is adopted. In order to use our time effectively, I’d like to start this meeting with Agenda Item 2 on the …

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