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CND Plenary: Item 5 Implementation of the Political Declaration and Plan of Action on International Cooperation towards an Integrated and Balanced Strategy to Counter the World Drug Problem (Wednesday)

Youth Forum – Students from Montenegro & Qatar: Students from over 30 countries have come together to express concerns over drug issues, and to try to propose a way forward in what seems like a an impossible goal. Collective ideas from fresh eyes can bring progress. A broad approach is the best way to deal …

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Side Event: The impact of drug policies on women who use drugs: Perspectives on gender equality, human rights and harm reduction

Organised by the Government of Brazil, National Advocates for Pregnant Women, Amnesty International, Harm Reduction Coalition, Eurasian Harm Reduction Network, International Network of People who Use Drugs, and Open Society Foundations.  ‘On the occasion of the UNGASS on the World Drug Problem, please join us for an important discussion about the impact of drug policies …

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Side Event: UNGASS: Women who use Drugs in Focus

Ruth Birgin, INPUD: Women’s rights rarely feature in discussions of the world drug problem, and are not sufficiently recognized by UN drug control agencies. Both UNODC and INCB do not demonstrate due regard to women’s rights obligations. Negative consequences of the world drug problem are the result of, and are being exasperated by, the policy …

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Side Event: Improving health and social inclusion of people who use drugs in Eastern Europe and Central Asia. Regional input for the upcoming UNGASS on Drugs

Daria Matyushina-Ocheret, Eurasian Harm Reduction Network (EHRN): Gathered to discuss considerations in developing drug policies in our countries and preparations for UNGASS. We see that there are many discussions around the outcome document. It will contain very important messages for the region. We do not expect radical changes. The declaration contains many messages concerning drugs, …

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