Italy

Side Event: The Humanitarian approach to drug policy: opportunities and challenges for an effective cooperation between public authorities and health-based organizations

Organized by Italy with the support of the Council of Europe – Pompidou Group, the International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, the UNODC Prevention, Treatment, and Rehabilitation Section and the Vienna NGO Committee on Drugs The event will provide concrete examples of cooperation, and a common ground of commitment between governments …

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Opening of the 65th Session of the CND – Plenary Items 1, 2 & 3

Item 1. Election of officers Chair: Welcome. First. Introductory video. CND Secretariat: Welcome. Reminds attendees of the guidelines related to COVID-19. Chair: Wishes good health to people suffering with COVID-19. Before the formal opening, some procedural and organisational matters. Five meetings of the Extended Bureau. Thanks the Ambassador of Poland for her role in conducting the 64th …

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CND thematic sessions on the implementation of all international drug policy commitments, following-up to the 2019 Ministerial Declaration – 21 October 2021

Thematic session 3: The criminal misuse of information and communications technologies for illicit drug-related activities is increasing; (21 October 2021) Chair: Welcome back.I now would turn to the participants of our today’s discussion, and I welcome warmly all those who join us today Chloe Carpenter, UNODC Research Section: Good Morning. I’ve been asked to introduce these …

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Side Event: Moving past the divisions in order to develop humanitarian drug policies: the role of the Rome Consensus 2.0 initiative

Organized by the International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) with the support of Italy, and the C4 Recovery Foundation, the Levenson Foundation, the Knowmad Institut, the Police, Treatment and Community Collaborative (PTACC), the UNODC Prevention, Treatment and Rehabilitation Section, and the Villa Maraini Foundation The Rome Consensus 2.0 was launched …

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Plenary – Item 3. General debate

Nigeria: Nigeria has continued to adopt drug control policies and strategies to respond to emerging and evolving realities policy that is anchored on the National Drug Control Master Plan [DCMP]. First introduced in 1999 then revised to 2021 – 2025. This is an integrated and balanced policy, which combines law enforcement, and the promotion of public …

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