The First World Conference on Health in Detention aims to provide health care professionals and managers working in detention settings, and academics from a range of relevant disciplines with a platform to share their experiences, challenges, lessons learnt and research, and to mutually promote a whole government stewardship approach to health in detention.
This side event will provide an opportunity for Member States, UN bodies, and civil society actors to set out clear goals and decisive action needed to decriminalise poverty and status, linked to the work of the UN Crime Commission and other international mechanisms and initiatives.
Chairs of the Lancet Commission on Pain and Palliative Care and the Stanford-Lancet Commission on the North American Opioid Crisis will present the main findings of their reports, followed by a discussion on the way forward with civil society experts and representatives of the International Narcotics Control Board, the World Health Organization, and UNODC.
The Support. Don't Punish campaign organises a Q&A Session to explain the campaign's way of working, discuss expectations for the 10th Anniversary of the Global Day of Action, provide guidance on applying to these funding facilities and, in particular, create space to address doubts and questions.
Through this call, the Support. Don’t Punish campaign aims to identify and support local partners (up to 7) with funding of between USD 4,000 - 5,000 for strategic, creative and collaborative projects to be carried out from June to December 2022, and launched on the occasion of the 2022 Support.…