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Side Event: Transforming narratives and media campaigns concerning psychoactive substances and drug policy reform

Organized by the Instituto RIA with the support of Mexico, Acción Técnica Social, Elementa DDHH, the Frederich Ebert Stiftung Institute, the International Drug Policy Consortium and Kykeon Analytics Tuesday 19th  March 2024 – 08:10-09:00, MOE100 Panellists: Paula Aguirre – Elementa DDHH Dalel Perez – Instituto RIA Nuria Calzada – Kykeon Analytics Johan Wicklen – Reporter …

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L.4. Improving access to and availability of controlled substances for medical purposes, including for the treatment of children in pain, through the promotion of awareness-raising, training and data collection (Belgium on behalf of the States Members of the United Nations that are members of the European Union, and Côte d’Ivoire)

Belgium: I suggest we start from PP9. Chair: Thank you, let’s turn to PP9. Do I have any comments on PP9?  Chile: Thank you for the floor. For Chile, a suggestion, instead of ‘hindering’ we suggest the language of ‘limiting’ as hindering has negative context. Russian Federation: We could agree on the language from Chile. …

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L.2. Commemoration of the tenth anniversary of the United Nations Guiding Principles on Alternative Development: effective implementation and future perspectives (Germany, Peru and Thailand)

Chair: Welcome back.  Thailand: Thank you Madam Chair. Unfortunately we did not manage to agree on any further PPs although we made some progress but it seems some of the delegation were holding onto some of the paragraphs to see the outcomes of the others. For now this morning we had PP11 written as agreed …

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Item 5. Implementation of the international drug control treaties (Monday afternoon)

(c) International Narcotics Control Board Colombia: (TBA) Pakistan:  Pakistan acknowledges and appreciates the effective role and efforts of the INCB in the collection of data, in-depth analysis, and compilation of the comprehensive report. We believe that the INCB report for 2023 will provide assistance to member states in aligning their national priorities and responses to …

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Side Event: Addressing human rights challenges related to drug use in humanitarian and other crisis settings

Organised by the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights with the support of Belgium, Czechia, Mexico, Paraguay, Switzerland, Uruguay, the World Health Organization, the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS, the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, the Agence Française de Développement, the Alliance for Public Health, the …

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