Una rete globale per promuovere obiettivi e dibattiti sulle politiche riguardanti la droga
Organized crime and illicit criminal activity undermined essential institutions like the rule of law and delivery of education and health, the United Nations leading expert on drugs and crime told the Economic and Social Council today.
For Washington and the UN drug control bureaucracy, the extent to which the ongoing drug-control reforms across the Americas are pushing the boundaries of the global legal framework laid down in three UN drug-control conventions has become a delicate issue.
As ASEAN’s Senior Officials on Drug Matters prepare to conduct the final assessment of the ASEAN Work Plan on drugs the intention of this paper is to provide comments on that process from a civil society perspective.
The report aims at helping the international community to address the toll that illicit drug production, trafficking and consumption continues to take on all our societies, by providing a global overview and analysis of developments.
This report describes the challenges in West Africa and the policies the region must adopt to prevent drug trafficking, production and consumption from undermining states and societies, and destroying lives.
The EU needs to improve its knowledge of drug markets and criminal activities in beneficiary countries, to ensure their projects are sensitive to the potentially counterproductive effects on organised crime and the drug trade in West Africa.