Discussions thématiques de la CCPCJ sur la mise en œuvre de la déclaration de Kyoto


Discussions thématiques de la CCPCJ sur la mise en œuvre de la déclaration de Kyoto

12 septembre 2023
Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice (CCPCJ)

Les sessions permettront de partager des informations, des bonnes pratiques et des enseignements tirés de l'expérience. Pour en savoir plus, en anglais, veuillez lire les informations ci-dessous.

In its resolution 76/181, the General Assembly endorsed the Kyoto Declaration and requested that the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice hold intersessional thematic discussions to effectively follow up on the Kyoto Declaration through the sharing of information, good practices and lessons learned. This request was reiterated in General Assembly resolution 77/231 and in the draft resolution entitled “Follow-up to the Fourteenth United Nations Congress on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice and preparations for the Fifteenth United Nations Congress on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice”, which the Commission at its 32nd session held in May 2023 recommended, through the Economic and Social Council, for adoption by the General Assembly. Following the workplan, the first thematic discussion was held on 10-12 November 2021 in a hybrid format and focused on pillar I of the Kyoto Declaration, “Advancing Crime Prevention”. The second thematic discussion was held from 5 to 7 December 2022 and focused on pillar II of the Kyoto Declaration, “Advancing the Criminal Justice System.

Thematic discussions on pillar III

Thematic discussions on Pillar III: Promoting the rule of law will be held from 21 to 22 September 2023 (from 10am-1pm; 3-6pm - Vienna time).

Thematic session 1: Access to justice and equal treatment before the law; Access to legal aid; National sentencing policies (21 September 2023)

Thematic session 2: Effective, accountable, impartial and inclusive institutions; Effective anti-corruption efforts; Social, educational and other measures (22 September 2023)



  • Statement by Ghada Waly, Executive Director UNODC
  • Video-Message by H.E. Alya Ahmed Saif Al-Thani, Qatar, Chair of the Commission for Social Development
  • Video-Message by H.E. Antonio Manuel Revilla Lagdameo,Chair of the Commission on the Status of Women
  • Two representatives of the ASEAN-Japan Special Youth Forum for Promoting the Rule of Law (online – names TBC)

UNODC Introductions

  • UNODC, Fabrizio Sarrica (in person)
  • UNODC, Anna Giudice (in person)


  • African Group TBC
  • Asia Pacific Group: Nareeluc Pairchaiyapoom, Director of International Human Rights Division and Director of the Office of Prevention and Suppression of Torture and Enforced Disappearance, Rights and Liberties Protection Department, Ministry of Justice, Thailand
  • Eastern European Group: Zdenek Matula, Public Prosecutor, Czechia
  • PNI: Anuwan Vongpichet, Deputy Executive Director, Thailand Institute for Justice (online)
  • NGO: Mythri Jayaraman, The International Legal Foundation (in person)
  • Council of Europe, Francesca Montagna, Programme manager, Violence against Women Division, Secretariat of the Istanbul Convention monitoring mechanism (online)
  • OECD: Tatyana Teplova, Justice, Governance and Gender Division (online)


  • GRULAC: Nara de Souza Rivitti, Defensora Pública Federal del Brasil
  • WEOG: Erin McKey, General Counsel and Director of External Relations, Department of Justice, Canada
  • UN-Women: Beatrice Duncan (online)
  • OHCHR, Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples: Valmaine Toki, Vice-Chair of the Expert Mechanism (online)
  • OHCHR, Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent: Dominique Day, Member of the Working Group (online)
  • UNDP: Lara Deramaix, Policy and Programme Specialist Rule of Law, Security and Human Rights (online)
  • IADB: Norma Peña, Senior Sector Specialist (online)
  • The World Bank, Erica Bosio, Programme Manager (online)
Vienna, Austria / Online
Commencez21 septembre 2023
Fin22 septembre 2023