International Association for Hospice and Palliative Care (IAHPC)

CND 65th Reconvened Session – 9th December 2021

Reconvened Sixty-fifth session of the Commission on Narcotic Drugs, Vienna, Austria, 8-9 December 2022 Chair: Welcome back. Secretariat: (Reminder on COVID safety measures in Vienna) Agenda item 4. – Strategic management, budgetary and administrative questions Chair: We considered our consolidated budget yesterday. We, as a commission, are now required to take action. There have been …

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Side Event:Disparities in access to internationally controlled essential medicines in the Caribbean

IAHPC Welcome and Housekeeping Moderator: Dr. Katherine Pettus, Information and Partnerships Director, IAHPC Opening by HE Ambassador Cheryl Spencer, Permanent Representative of Jamaica to the United Nations, Vienna Dr. Dingle Spence Consultant in Oncology and Palliative Medicine President of the Caribbean Palliative Care Association (CARIPALCA) Verna Edwards (DPharm) Dept. of Standards and Regulations, Ministry of …

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Informal Dialogue: CND Chair

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P630Qa9TBJ4&w=560&h=315] Matej Košir, Deputy Chairperson, Vienna NGO Committee (VNGOC) (Moderator): Welcome to the Informal Dialogue, where all questions will be asked online. We received 11 questions. Ambassador Ghislain D-hoop, Belgium (CND Chair): I attach a lot of importance with civil society and actually, I think we should have it more often. I’m available throughout the year, so …

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Plenary Item 6. Follow-up to the implementation at the national, regional and international levels (afternoon session)

Chair: This morning, we have had the introductions. By the various offices of the UNODC Secretariat, but we have not yet had the occasion to give the floor to delegates and I will therefore now open the floor to delegates starting with China online. China: Undoubtedly strict control of these substances will contribute to preserving life and …

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CND 64th Reconvened Session – 10th December 2021

<Technical issues> Mexico: (…) in recent days, we have seen how a number of delegations have sought to influence the Secretariat and to censor documentation, frankly, violating article 100 of the UN charter. Which should we fail to recall is not only an international treaty, but rather it is ´the´ international treaty that depends on …

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