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Programme 61 CND UNODC 2018

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It was be held the 12-16th march, in Vienna, the 61st CND UNODC Session. Member States and civil society will meet at the last major international meeting before 2019 (and post-UNGASS 2016). This is the target date set out by the 2009 Political Declaration and Action Plan. The goal: to eradicate the illicit drug market.

Dianova Portugal and Dianova International attended as organiser, co-sponsor and speaker in 5 Special Events and Side Events. Part of their proactive contribution to the debate and intervention on drug policy, addiction and social inclusion.

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Programme 61 CND UNODC 2018

  1. 1. MONDAY, 12 MARCH Time Plenary, M Building Committee of the Whole (Boardroom A) 10.00 a.m.- 1.00 p.m. OPENING OF THE SIXTY-FIRST SESSION OF THE COMMISSION ON NARCOTIC DRUGS Item 2. Adoption of the agenda and other organizational matters Item 3.  General debate 3.00– 6.00 p.m. Item 3.  General debate (continued) Consideration of draft resolutions TUESDAY, 13 MARCH OPERATIONAL SEGMENT 10.00 a.m.- 1.00 p.m. Item 4.  Strategic management, budgetary and administrative questions: (a) Work of the standing open-ended intergovernmental working group on improving the governance and financial situation of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime; (b) Directives on policy and budgetary issues for the drug programme of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime; (c) Working methods of the Commission; (d) Staff composition of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime and other related matters. Consideration of draft resolutions (continued) NORMATIVE SEGMENT 3.00– 6.00 p.m. Item 5.  Implementation of the international drug control treaties: (a) Changes in the scope of control of substances; (b) Challenges and future work of the Commission on Narcotic Drugs and the World Health Organization in the review of substances for possible scheduling recommendations; (c) International Narcotics Control Board; (d) International cooperation to ensure the availability of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances for medical and scientific purposes while preventing their diversion; (e) Other matters arising from the international drug control treaties. Consideration of draft resolutions (continued) WEDNESDAY, 14 MARCH 10.00 a.m.– 1.00 p.m Item 5.  Implementation of the international drug control treaties (continued). Item 6.  Implementation of the Political Declaration and Plan of Action on International Cooperation towards an Integrated and Balanced Strategy to Counter the World Drug Problem: Consideration of draft resolutions (continued) 12–16 March 2018PROGRAMME—61st session POST UNGASS 2016 COMMISSION ON NARCOTIC DRUGS VIENNA
  2. 2. (a) Demand reduction and related measures; (b) Supply reduction and related measures; (c) Countering money-laundering and promoting judicial cooperation to enhance international cooperation. 3.00– 6.00 p.m. Item 6.  Implementation of the Political Declaration and Plan of Action on International Cooperation towards an Integrated and Balanced Strategy to Counter the World Drug Problem (continued). Consideration of draft resolutions (continued) THURSDAY, 15 MARCH 10.00 a.m.– 1.00 p.m. Item 7.  Follow-up to the special session of the General Assembly on the world drug problem held in 2016, including the seven thematic areas of the outcome document of the special session. Consideration of draft resolutions (continued) 3.00– 6.00 p.m. Item 7.  Follow-up to the special session of the General Assembly on the world drug problem held in 2016, including the seven thematic areas of the outcome document of the special session (continued). Item 8.  Inter-agency cooperation and coordination of efforts in addressing and countering the world drug problem. Consideration of draft resolutions (continued) FRIDAY, 16 MARCH 10.00 a.m.– 1.00 p.m. Item 9.  Recommendations of the subsidiary bodies of the Commission. Item 10.  Contributions by the Commission to the work of the Economic and Social Council, in line with General Assembly resolution 68/1, including follow-up to and review and implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Consideration of draft resolutions (continued) PREPARATIONS FOR THE MINISTERIAL SEGMENT Item 11.  Preparations for the ministerial segment to be held during the sixty-second session of the Commission, in 2019. 3.00– 6.00 p.m. Item 12.  Provisional agenda for the sixty-second session of the Commission. Item 13.  Other business. Item 14.  Adoption of the report of the Commission on its sixty-first session. SIDE EVENTS MONDAY, 12 MARCH Conference Room 1.10– 2.00 p.m. BRINGING HUMAN RIGHTS TO THE FOREFRONT OF DRUG POLICY: DEVELOPMENT, IMPLEMENTATION, MONITORING AND EVALUATION Organized by the Governments of Germany, Malta and Norway, and the Pompidou Group of the Council of Europe. Press room 1.10– 2.00 p.m. RESPONDING TO NEW METHODS OF SYNTHETIC DRUG TRAFFICKING Organized by the Government of the United States of America. M6 1.10– 2.00 p.m. TREATMENT AND MEDICAL REHABILITATION OF DRUG DEPENDENT PEOPLE IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION Organized by the Government of the Russian Federation and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Prevention, Treatment and Rehabilitation Section. M7 1.10– 2.00 p.m. PREVENTION OF NARCOTIC DRUGS, IMPROVING HEALTH AND SUPPORTING THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS Organized by the Government of Sri Lanka and IOGT International. M5 1.10– 2.00 p.m. REGIONAL SOLUTIONS TO GLOBAL CHALLENGES OF ILLICIT NARCOTICS TRAFFICKING Organized by the Government of Pakistan. MOE100 1.10– 2.00 p.m. HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDERS UNDER THREAT: THE “WAR ON DRUGS” AND THE SHRINKING SPACE FOR CIVIL SOCIETY Organized by Amnesty International, the International Drug Policy Consortium and Centro de Estudios Legales y Sociales. MOE79
  3. 3. 1.10– 2.40 p.m. SPECIAL EVENT: UNITED NATIONS AND SHANGHAI COOPERATION ORGANIZATION IN THE FIGHT AGAINST NARCOTIC DRUGS: NEW THREATS AND JOINT ACTIONS Organized by the Shanghai Cooperation Organization and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. M3 1.45– 3.00 p.m. SPECIAL EVENT: COUNTRIES AT THE CENTRE: INCB, UNODC AND WHO SUPPORTING MEMBER STATES IN IMPLEMENTING UNGASS 2016 Organized by the International Narcotics Control Board, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, and the World Health Organization. MBR-A 2.20– 3.10 p.m. THE WORLD DRUG PERCEPTION PROBLEM Organized by the Governments of Portugal, Switzerland and Uruguay, and the Global Commission on Drug Policy. Press Room 2.20– 3.10 p.m. SAVING LIVES BY ENDING THE DRUG WAR Organized by the Government of the Czech Republic, the Transform Drug Policy Foundation and the International Drug Policy Consortium. M6 2.20– 3.10 p.m. ADVERSE SOCIAL AND HEALTH CONSEQUENCES OF NEW PSYCHOACTIVE SUBSTANCES AND PREVENTION AND TREATMENT RESPONSES Organized by the Government of the United Kingdom. M7 2.20– 3.10 p.m. DEVELOPMENT ORIENTED DRUG POLICIES: THE FUTURE OF ALTERNATIVE DEVELOPMENT Organized by the Governments of Thailand and Germany. M5 2.20– 3.10 p.m. COLLABORATION BETWEEN GOVERNMENTS AND CIVIL SOCIETY FOR NEW DRUG POLICIES THAT PRIORITIZE HEALTH AND COMMUNITIES Organized by the Harm Reduction International, the International Drug Policy Consortium and the International HIV/AIDS Alliance. MOE100 2.20– 3.10 p.m. 40 YEARS OF DRUGS, DRUG ADDICTION AND RECOVERY: AN ASSESSMENT OF THE DRUG SITUATION AND ITS EVOLUTION SINCE 1978 Organized by the Government of Italy, Centro Italiano di Solidarietà don Mario Picchi, the San Patrignano Foundation, Dianova International and the Recovered Users Network. MOE79 TUESDAY, 13 MARCH Conference Room 9.00– 9.50 a.m. PUBLIC HEALTH DIMENSIONS OF THE WORLD DRUG PROBLEM AND WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION ACTIVITIES IN ADDRESSING THEM Organized by the World Health Organization. M3 9.00– 9.50 a.m. FLEXIBLE APPROACHES TO DRUG PRECURSOR CONTROL Organized by the Government of the United States of America, the European Union and the International Narcotics Control Board Precursors Control Section. M6 9.00– 9.50 a.m. INCREASING ACCESS TO CONTROLLED MEDICINES FOR MEDICAL PURPOSES: FOCUS ON AFRICA Organized by the Governments of Belgium, France, Kenya and Nigeria, the International Association for Hospice and Palliative Care, the African Palliative Care Association, the International Youth Association for Development and Palliafamilli, the Union for International Cancer Control, the International Narcotics Control Board, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Drug Prevention and Health Branch, and the Vienna NGO Committee on Drugs. M7 9.00– 9.50 a.m. USE OF SOCIAL MARKETING IN PROMOTING ONLINE INTERVENTIONS Organized by the Governments of Croatia and Finland, the Pompidou Group of the Council of Europe and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Prevention, Treatment and Rehabilitation Section. M5 9.00– 9.50 a.m. WORLD DRUG REPORT: LATEST TRENDS AND ADDRESSING USERS’ NEEDS Organized by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Research and Trend Analysis Branch. MOE100 9.00– 9.50 a.m. MODERNIZING DRUG POLICY: WHAT HELPS AND WHAT GOES AGAINST IT—CASE STUDIES Organized by Fédération bruxelloise des institutions pour toxicomanes, the Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network, the International Drug Policy Consortium and the Piaget Agency for Development. MOE79 9.00– 9.50 a.m. LEGAL USES AND MARKETS FOR CANNABIS, COCA AND OPIUM POPPY—BREAKING DISBALANCES AND STIGMA UNDER THE UNGASS 2016 APPROACH Organized by the Government of Colombia. MBR-A 1.10– 2.00 p.m. SOUTH-SOUTH COOPERATION SUPPORTED BY THE EUROPEAN UNION. THE COPOLAD EXAMPLE: AIMS, ACTORS, ACTIVITIES AND OUTCOMES Organized by the Governments of Germany and Spain, and the European Union. M3 1.10– 2.00 p.m. FRAME OF REFERENCE FOR THE EXPANSION OF COMPREHENSIVE AND SUSTAINABLE ALTERNATIVE DEVELOPMENT IN THE AMERICAS Organized by the Governments of Colombia and Ecuador, and the Inter-American Drug Abuse Control Commission of the Organization of American States. M6
  4. 4. 1.10– 2.00 p.m. THE RESULTS OF THE FIGHT AGAINST ILLICIT TRAFFIC OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES Organized by the Government of Bolivia. M7 1.10– 2.00 p.m. DRUGS AND THE DARKNET Organized by the Government of Bulgaria and the European Union. M5 1.10– 2.00 p.m. DRUG FREE WORKPLACE PROGRAMS: WORKING DRUG-FREE WORKS! Organized by the Drug Free America Foundation and Centros de Integración Juvenil A.C. MOE100 1.10– 2.00 p.m. DRUG COURTS IN THE AMERICAS: LESSONS LEARNED AND RECOMMENDATIONS Organized by Equis Justicia para las Mujeres, the International Drug Policy Consortium, the Social Science Research Council, Physicians for Human Rights and the Washington Office on Latin America. MOE79 1.10– 2.40 p.m. SPECIAL EVENT: LAW ENFORCEMENT CAPACITY-BUILDING TO COUNTER NARCOTIC DRUGS IN WEST AND CENTRAL ASIA Organized by the Governments of Afghanistan, Japan, Kazakhstan and the Russian Federation, and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Regional Section for Europe, West and Central Asia. MBR-A 1.30– 3.00 p.m. SPECIAL EVENT: OVERCOMING VULNERABILITIES IN COMMUNITIES THROUGH PREVENTION Organized by the Government of Singapore and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Prevention, Treatment and Rehabilitation Section. Press Room 2.20– 3.10 p.m. EXCHANGE BEYOND BORDERS: TRILATERAL COOPERATION ON ALTERNATIVE DEVELOPMENT BETWEEN THAILAND, COLOMBIA AND GERMANY Organized by the Governments of Colombia, Germany and Thailand, and the Mae Fah Luang Foundation under Royal Patronage. M3 2.20– 3.10 p.m. EUROPEAN TRANS-REGIONAL RESPONSES TO DRUG TRAFFICKING AND ORGANIZED CRIME: THE COCAINE ROUTE PROGRAMME, THE HEROIN ROUTE PROGRAMME AND THE MARITIME ANALYSIS AND OPERATIONS CENTRE—NARCOTICS Organized by the Government of Portugal, the European Union and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime CRIMJUST Programme. M6 2.20– 3.50 p.m. SPECIAL EVENT: SHEDDING LIGHT ON THE SCIENCE OF THERAPEUTIC COMMUNITIES—REVIEWING THE LATEST EVIDENCE, SHARING EXPERIENCES FROM DIFFERENT FIELDS AND EXPLORING THEIR POTENTIAL Organized by the Governments of Greece and Spain, Asociación Proyecto Hombre, KETHEA Therapy Center for Dependent Individuals and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Prevention, Treatment and Rehabilitation Section. M7 2.20– 3.10 p.m. UNDERSTANDING THE GLOBAL OPIOID CRISIS—FROM THE AMERICAS TO AFRICA Organized by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Laboratory and Scientific Section. M5 2.20– 3.10 p.m. UNGASS IMPLEMENTATION IN PAKISTAN Organized by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Pakistan Office. MOE100 2.20– 3.10 p.m. LAW ENFORCEMENT AND SUSTAINABLE DRUG USE PREVENTION Organized by the Verein zur Förderung der Völkerverständigung. MOE79 WEDNESDAY, 14 MARCH Conference Room 9.00– 9.50 a.m. MULTILATERAL EVALUATION OF DRUG POLICIES IN THE AMERICAS: EVOLUTION, CHALLENGES AND ACHIEVEMENTS Organized by the Inter-American Drug Abuse Control Commission of the Organization of American States. M3 9.00– 9.50 a.m. THE PARIS PACT INITIATIVE Organized by the Governments of Afghanistan and the Russian Federation, and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Paris Pact Initiative. M6 9.00– 9.50 a.m. MOBILIZING CIVIL SOCIETY FOR PREVENTION IN LOCAL COMMUNITIES Organized by IOGT International. M7 9.00– 9.50 a.m. IMPACT OF LIFE SKILLS EDUCATION PROGRAMMES ON PREVENTION IN SCHOOLS: EXPERIENCE IN SOUTH- EAST EUROPE AND LATIN AMERICA Organized by the Lions Clubs International Foundation and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Prevention, Treatment and Rehabilitation Section. M5 9.00– 9.50 a.m. MODUS OPERANDI: RIP-ON/RIP-OFF Organized by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Container Control Programme. MOE100 9.00– 9.50 a.m. DRUG ABUSE PREVENTION AND TREATMENT Organized by the International Federation of Non-Government Organizations for the Prevention of Drug and Substance Abuse. MOE79
  5. 5. 9.00– 9.50 a.m. REGIONAL COMMITMENTS FOR A SUCCESSFUL IMPLEMENTATION OF UNGASS 2016: GUIDING PRINCIPLES OF CICAD´S MEXICAN CHAIR Organized by the Government of Mexico and the Inter-American Drug Abuse Control Commission of the Organization of American States. MBR-A 9.00– 9.50 a.m. LEAVING NO ONE BEHIND: GENDER EQUALITY AND THE EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN IN UNODC AND UNOV Organized by the Government of Sweden and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Office of the Executive Director. Press Room 1.10– 2.00 p.m. THE SECURITY-DEVELOPMENT NEXUS: EXPLORING ALTERNATIVE DEVELOPMENT AND THE NEED FOR A CONDUCIVE ENVIRONMENT Organized by the Government of Afghanistan and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Sustainable Livelihoods Unit. M3 1.10– 2.00 p.m. IMPROVING THE QUALITY AND COVERAGE OF DATA ON DRUGS: THE WAY FORWARD Organized by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Data Development and Dissemination Unit. M6 1.10– 2.00 p.m. THE URGENT NEED FOR HARM REDUCTION FUNDING: SCALING-UP EVIDENCE-BASED INTERVENTIONS FOR PEOPLE WHO USE DRUGS Organized by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime HIV/AIDS Section and the Strategic Advisory Group to the United Nations on HIV and Drug Use. M7 1.10– 2.00 p.m. WOMEN, DRUG POLICY AND INCARCERATION IN SOUTH-EAST ASIA: MAINSTREAMING A GENDERED PERSPECTIVE Organized by the International Drug Policy Consortium and the Thailand Institute of Justice. M5 1.10– 2.00 p.m. PRESENTATION OF THE ANNUAL DRUG REVIEW FOR 2017 Organized by the Government of Tajikistan and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Programme Office in Tajikistan. MOE100 1.10– 2.00 p.m. YOUTH, DRUGS AND THE 2030 SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS Organized by the Government of Canada and Students for Sensible Drug Policy. MOE79 1.10– 2.40 p.m. SPECIAL EVENT: TREATMENT AND CARE OF PEOPLE WITH DRUG USE DISORDERS IN CONTACT WITH THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM: SUPPORTING ALTERNATIVES TO CONVICTION OR PUNISHMENT Organized by the Government of Bulgaria, the African Union Commission, the Inter-American Drug Abuse Control Commission of the Organization of American States, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Justice and Prevention, Treatment and Rehabilitation Sections, the Vienna NGO Committee on Drugs, the World Health Organization and the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction. MBR-A 1.30– 3.00 p.m. SPECIAL EVENT: UNODC AND EASTERN EUROPEAN PARTNERSHIP Organized by the Governments of Belarus and Moldova, and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Regional Section for Europe, West and Central Asia. Press Room 1.30– 3.00 p.m. CHANGES IN THE GOLDEN TRIANGLE: THE SHIFT TO SYNTHETICS Organized by the Government of China and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Regional Office for South-East Asia and the Pacific. M3 2.20– 3.10 p.m. THE ROLE OF CIVIL SOCIETY IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE UNGASS 2016 OUTCOME Organized by the Vienna NGO Committee and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Civil Society Team. M6 2.20– 3.10 p.m. THE FUTURE OF DRUG PREVENTION: HOW TO PERSONALIZE YOUR STRATEGY TO BE MORE EFFECTIVE Organized by the Government of the Netherlands and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Prevention, Treatment and Rehabilitation Section, and the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction. M7 2.20– 3.10 p.m VOICES FROM THE GROUND: THE IMPACT OF DRUG POLICIES ON WOMEN IN SITUATIONS OF VULNERABILITY Organized by Centro de Estudios Legales y Sociales, the International Drug Policy Consortium, the Women’s Harm Reduction International Network, the Washington Office on Latin America and Equis Justicia para las Mujeres. M5 2.20– 3.10 p.m TRAFFICKING OF OPIATES ALONG THE NORTHERN ROUTE Organized by the Government of Afghanistan and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Drug Research Section. MOE100 2.20– 3.10 p.m LAW ENFORCEMENT AND YOUTH Organized by Youth Organisations for Drug Action and Youth RISE. MOE79 THURSDAY, 15 MARCH Conference Room 9.00– 9.50 a.m. MEASURING DRUG POLICY OUTCOMES: INTERSECTIONS WITH HUMAN RIGHTS AND THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS Organized by the Government of Switzerland, the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, the International Centre for Science in Drug Policy, the International Drug Policy Consortium, the Global Drug Policy Observatory of Swansea University, Centro de Estudios Legales y Sociales and the Social Science Research Council. M3 9.00– 9.50 a.m. SCENARIOS FOR INNOVATION: REGULATING THE COCA/COCAINE MARKET Organized by Acción Técnica Social. M6
  6. 6. 9.00– 9.50 a.m. THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE ROLE IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF DRUG POLICIES IN A HUMAN RIGHTS PERSPECTIVE Organized by the Brazilian Harm Reduction and Human Rights Network. M7 9.00– 9.50 a.m. RESPONSE TO PERSISTENT AND EMERGING THREATS INCLUDING SYNTHETIC DRUGS ON THE WAY TO 2019 Organized by the Government of Turkey. M5 9.00– 9.50 a.m. DRUG POLICY IMPACT ASSESSMENT Organized by the Eurasian Harm Reduction Network. MOE100 9.00– 9.50 a.m. RIGHT TO SCIENCE AND FREEDOM OF RESEARCH WITH SCHEDULED SUBSTANCES Organized by the Government of the Czech Republic, the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies, the Foundation for Alternative Approaches to Addiction – Think do tank, the International Center for Ethnobotanical Education, Research Service, Associazione Luca Coscioni and Veterans for Medical Cannabis Access. MOE79 9.00– 9.50 a.m. FIELD TESTING OF THE UNODC/WHO INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS FOR THE TREATMENT OF DRUG USE DISORDERS—PRESENTATION OF RESULTS Organized by the Governments of Indonesia and the United States of America, the World Health Organization, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Prevention, Treatment and Rehabilitation Section, and the Vienna NGO Committee on Drugs. MBR-A 1.10– 2.00 p.m LAUNCH OF TOOLS ENHANCING STATE PARTIES CAPACITY TO MEET DATA REPORTING OBLIGATIONS UNDER THE 1961 AND 1971 DRUG CONTROL CONVENTIONS Organized by the International Narcotics Control Board Psychotropics Control Section. M3 1.10– 2.00 p.m. NO PLACE FOR THE DEATH PENALTY IN THE DRUG POLICY TOOLBOX (OR IN CRIMINAL LAW GENERALLY) Organized by the Government of Switzerland, the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, the European Union and the Council of Europe. M6 1.10– 2.00 p.m. MODERN FORENSIC TECHNOLOGIES TO SUPPORT NATIONAL DRUG CONTROL EFFORTS Organized by the Government of Finland and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Laboratory and Scientific Section. M5 1.10– 2.00 p.m. ADDRESSING THE NON-MEDICAL USE, THE ILLICIT MANUFACTURE AND THE ILLICIT DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL DISTRIBUTION OF TRAMADOL Organized by the Government of Egypt. M7 1.10– 2.00 p.m. IMPROVING STRATEGIC INFORMATION ON DRUGS IN WEST AFRICA Organized by the Economic Community of West African States. MOE100 1.10– 2.00 p.m. HUMAN RIGHTS CHALLENGE: DRUG WAR EXTRAJUDICIAL KILLINGS CONTINUE Organized by the DRCNet Foundation, Forum Droghe Onlus, the In Defense of Human Rights and Dignity Movement, Sathi Samuha, Suruwat, the Foundation for Alternative Approaches to Addiction – Think do tank, the Ecumenical Advocacy Network on the Philippines and the Filipino American Human Rights Alliance. MOE79 1.10– 2.40 p.m. SPECIAL EVENT: TAKING ACTION TO INCREASE ACCESS TO CONTROLLED DRUGS FOR MEDICAL PURPOSES WHILE PREVENTING DIVERSION AND MISUSE Organized by the Governments of Australia, Belgium, Lithuania, Mexico and the Russian Federation, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Drug Prevention and Health Branch, the International Association for Hospice and Palliative Care, and the Vienna NGO Committee on Drugs. MBR-A 1.30– 3.00 p.m. SPECIAL EVENT: STRENGTHENING THE GLOBAL PREVENTION RESPONSE: INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS FOR DRUG USE PREVENTION—SECOND EDITION, LISTEN FIRST CAMPAIGN AND STRONGER FAMILIES PROGRAMME Organized by the Governments of France, Norway and the United States of America, the World Health Organization, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Drug Prevention and Health Branch, and the Vienna NGO Committee on Drugs. Press Room 2.20– 3.10 p.m. THE RESPONSE TO DRUG USE RELATED PROBLEMS AMONG VULNERABLE POPULATIONS IN ARGENTINA, BRAZIL, CHILE AND URUGUAY Organized by the Governments of Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Uruguay. M3 2.20– 3.10 p.m. BRINGING HUMAN RIGHTS INTO THE HEART OF DRUG CONTROL: DEATH PENALTY FOR DRUG OFFENCES FROM UNGASS TO 2019 Organized by Harm Reduction International. M6 2.20– 3.10 p.m. FORENSIC ACTIVITIES TO ADDRESS EMERGING DRUG CHALLENGES, INCLUDING NPS Organized by the Government of Brazil and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Laboratory and Scientific Section. M7 2.20– 3.10 p.m. HIV PREVENTION, TREATMENT CARE AND SUPPORT FOR PEOPLE WHO USE STIMULANTS Organized by the Government of Romania and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime HIV/AIDS Section. M5
  7. 7. 2.20– 3.10 p.m. LAUNCH OF THE BULLETIN ON NARCOTICS: SPECIAL ISSUE ON ALTERNATIVE DEVELOPMENT, PRACTICES AND REFLECTIONS Organized by the Government of Germany and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Programme Development and Management Unit. MOE100 2.20– 3.10 p.m. LAUNCH OF THE COMPENDIUM OF BEST PRACTICES ON DRUG USE PREVENTION, DRUG USE DISORDERS AND HARM REDUCTION IN AFRICA Organized by the African Union Commission and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Regional Office of Eastern Africa. MOE79 FRIDAY, 16 MARCH Conference Room 9.00– 9.50 a.m. ENDING STIGMA THROUGH SHARING STORIES—A CONVERSATION WITH INDIVIDUALS WITH LIVED OR LIVING PROBLEMATIC SUBSTANCE USE EXPERIENCE Organized by the Governments of Canada, Mexico and Uruguay. M3 9.00– 9.50 a.m. HARM REDUCTION AS A PUBLIC HEALTH POLICY Organized by the Government of Costa Rica, the Costa Rican Association on Drug Studies and Interventions, and the International Drug Policy Consortium. M6 9.00– 9.50 a.m. DRUG POLICY IN THE KYRGYZ REPUBLIC Organized by the Government of Kyrgyzstan and the European Union. M7 9.00– 9.50 a.m. HEPATITIS C AMONG PEOPLE WHO USE DRUGS—THE GLOBAL STATE AND RECOMMENDATIONS Organized by International Doctors for Healthier Drug Policies. M5 9.00– 9.50 a.m. SHARING OF EXPERIENCES AND INNOVATIVE POLICIES ON PREVENTION Organized by the Turkish Green Crescent Society and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Prevention, Treatment and Rehabilitation Section. MOE100 9.00– 9.50 a.m. PROMOTING DRUG DEMAND REDUCTION STRATEGIES, POLICIES AND CARE FOR PERSONS WITH MENTAL AND INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES Organized by the Society for Development and Community Empowerment. MOE79 1.10– 2.00 p.m. HUMAN RIGHTS AND QUALITY STANDARDS IN DRUG TREATMENT Organized by the Government of Norway, Dianova International and the Interest Organization for Substance Misusers. M3 1.10– 2.00 p.m. REGULATING CANNABIS IN ACCORD WITH INTERNATIONAL LAW: OPTIONS TO EXPLORE Organized by the Washington Office on Latin America, the Global Drug Policy Observatory of Swansea University and the Transnational Institute. M5 1.10– 2.00 p.m. ROLE OF PREVENTION IN DRUG DEMAND REDUCTION Organized by the Colombo Plan. MOE100 1.10– 2.00 p.m. CIVIL SOCIETY AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT IN DRUG PREVENTION Organized by Stichting Eurad and the Turkish Green Crescent. MOE79 2.20– 3.10 p.m. CANNABIS LEGALIZATION FIVE YEARS LATER: WHAT HAVE WE LEARNED? Organized by Community Alliances for Drug Free Youth and Smart Approaches to Marijuana. M3 2.20– 3.10 p.m. MANAGEMENT OF OPIOID OVERDOSE IN THE STREET BY NON-MEDICAL STAFF Organized by the Government of Italy and the Red Cross and Red Crescent Partnership on Substance Abuse. M6 2.20– 3.10 p.m. DRUG POLICY IN THE AMERICAS—TRAILING THE WAY FORWARD TO 2019 Organized by Conectas Human Rights Abuse. M7 2.20– 3.10 p.m. TOXIC ADULTERANTS IN DRUGS OF ABUSE—THE NIGERIAN EXPERIENCE Organized by the Government of Nigeria. M5 2.20– 3.10 p.m. IMPLEMENTATION OF THE UNGASS OUTCOME DOCUMENT IN AFRICA: POSSIBILITIES AND CHALLENGES Organized by the World Federation Against Drugs, the Campaign for Development and Solidarity, People Against Drug Dependence and Ignorance, the Serenity Harm Reduction Programme Zambia and the Uganda Youth Development Link. MOE100 2.20– 3.10 p.m. HOW THE TREATMENT/RECOVERY NARRATIVE PERPETUATES HARM AND HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS Organized by Help not Handcuffs. MOE79
  8. 8. V.18-00928 ROTUNDA ILLICIT DRUG TRAFFICKING   Government of Saudi Arabia SINGAPORE’S EXHIBITION ON HARM PREVENTION AND REHABILITATION  Permanent Mission of Singapore to the United Nations Office and other International Organizations in Vienna RUSSIAN FEDERATION IN THE FIGHT AGAINST THE WORLD DRUG PROBLEM   Government of the Russian Federation EFFORTS OF THE KINGDOM OF BAHRAIN IN DRUG CONTROL AND PREVENTION   Government of Bahrain, Ministry of Interior INTRODUCTION OF LAW ENFORCEMENT INSTITUTIONS IN THE FIELD OF THE FIGHT AGAINST DRUGS IN TURKEY   Government of Turkey, Ministry of Interior ALTERNATIVE DEVELOPMENT IN PERU   Government of Peru HARM REDUCTION: BEST PRACTICES   Government of the Islamic Republic of Iran MYANMAR’S EFFORTS ON COMBATING NARCOTIC DRUGS.   Government of Myanmar SUBSTANCE ADDICTION THROUGH THE EYES OF CARTOONISTS   International Green Crescent, Turkey M0E EACH PERSON COUNTS: STORIES OF THE WORLD DRUG PROBLEM IN PHOTOGRAPHS   UNODC Prevention, Treatment and Rehabilitation Section DEATH PENALTY/HUMAN RIGHTS IN DRUG POLICY   Council of Europe - Pompidou Group EU TRANS-REGIONAL RESPONSES TO DRUG TRAFFICKING AND ORGANISED CRIME: THE COCAINE ROUTE PROGRAMME (CRP) AND THE EU ACTION AGAINST DRUGS AND ORGANISED CRIME (EU-ACT)  European Commission/Delegation of the European Union to the International Organizations in Vienna M01 REGIONAL SOLUTIONS TO GLOBAL CHALLENGES OF ILLICIT NARCOTICS TRAFFICKING—UNGASS AND THE WORLD DRUG PROBLEM   Government of Pakistan and UNODC Country Office Pakistan UNODC LABORATORY AND SCIENTIFIC SECTION   UNODC Laboratory and Scientific Section UNODC ADVOCACY SECTION PUBLICATIONS AND DRUGS EXHIBITION UNODC Communication/Advocacy Section UNODC PREVENTION, TREATMENT AND REHABILITATION SECTION’S PUBLICATIONS   UNODC Prevention, Treatment and Rehabilitation Section PUBLIC HEALTH DIMENSION OF THE WORLD DRUG PROBLEM   World Health Organization SHERLOC RESOURCE CENTRE   UNODC Conference Support Section UNODC/CONTAINER CONTROL PROGRAMME (CCP) INFORMATION MATERIALS AND FILMS   UNODC Implementation Support Section CIVIL SOCIETY DOCUMENTATION   UNODC Civil Society Team EMCDDA: CONTRIBUTING TO A HEALTHIER AND MORE SECURE EUROPE   European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction SCO ANTI-DRUG COOPERATION”   Shanghai Cooperation Organization M01 - COFFEE CORNER PREVENT, DON’T PROMOTE—MOBILIZE COMMUNITIES— REDISCOVER RECOVERY!   Stitching EURAD EXHIBITS For more information, please visit: http://www.unodc.org/unodc/en/commissions/CND/index.html Or follow us on Twitter  @CND_tweets TUESDAY, 13 MARCH Conference Room 10.30– 12.00 a.m. HEARING OF THE INFORMAL SCIENTIFIC NETWORK Organized by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Prevention, Treatment and Rehabilitation Section, and the World Health Organization. M3 OTHER EVENTS

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