En 2016, une Session Extraordinaire de l'Assemblée Générale des Nations Unies (UNGASS) se tiendra sur le thème des drogues. Celle-ci suit les Sessions Extraordinaires ayant eu lieu en 1998 et 2009. Elle est organisée à un moment où l'inefficacité des politiques actuelles des drogues est vivement débattue dans de nombreuses parties du monde et où de nombreux pays et territoires ont adopté des législations innovantes pour réguler le cannabis.
SSDP will host a simulation of the upcoming UNGASS on drugs. Which will serve as a way for students to become familiar with the ins and outs of global drug policy reform during the months leading up to (the real) UNGASS 2016.
The 2014 Annual Report provides an overview of UNODC's work across the globe in assisting Member States to address the threat posed by drugs, crime and terrorism. It showcases the human impact of UNODC's work through a series of success stories and the effect on the ground.
This conference is a unique occasion to present your latest findings to an intellectually engaged, diverse and dedicated scholarly community, and to immerse yourself in the state of the art research across the full spectrum of drug policy research.
This expert seminar was intended to help shape the research agenda around the implications of national drug policy reform for the UN drug control conventions and international law more broadly and orient the discussion at the 2016 UNGASS.
EHRN is calling on all network members and other representatives of civil society from Eastern European and Central Asian countries to actively engage in the national and global UNGASS preparatory processes.
To contribute to the UNGASS debates, the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies held a public policy dialogue to help the technical, professional and diplomatic communities in Geneva to explore options for policy makers.