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Plenary Item 7. Inter-agency cooperation and coordination of efforts in addressing and countering the world drug problem

Working Group on Arbitrary Detention, United Nations Human Rights Council: It is my honor to address the United Nations Commission on Narcotic Drugs to present the study on arbitrary detention relating to drug policies prepared by the UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention at the request of the Human Rights Council and presented to the …

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Side event: The death penalty for drug offences: latest developments and impact on foreign nationals

Organized by Harm Reduction International with the support of Australia, Austria, Mexico, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the Council of Europe – Pompidou Group and the European Union and the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Right Full recording available here Ajeng Larasati, Harm Reduction International: Good afternoon, everyone. Welcome to our webinar titled …

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Committee of the Whole L.4. Strengthening international cooperation to comprehensively address the links between illicit drug trafficking and illicit firearms trafficking

Mexico: Last Monday, I mentioned we had advanced a lot in the understandings. Thanks to the contributions and engagement of delegations, we made good substantive progress over the last two days. There are a number of paragraphs which have already been agreed in informals. Should proceed with those paragraphs then will have time to move …

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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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Side event: Legalizing the drug wars: A regulatory history of UN drug control

Organized by the World Society of Victimology with the support of Mexico, and the Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime Tuesday Reitano, Deputy Director of the Global Initiative against Transnational Organized Crime: Welcome and thanks to co-panellists and co-organisers. Dr Robert Peacock, President of the World Society of Victimology: Criminal groups have wasted no time …

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