In its resolution 67/184, the General Assembly decided that the following issues would be considered in workshops:
1. Role of the United Nations standards and norms in crime prevention and criminal justice in support of effective, fair, humane and accountable criminal justice systems: experiences and lessons learned in meeting the unique needs of women and children, in particular the treatment and social reintegration of offenders.
2. Trafficking in persons and smuggling of migrants: successes and challenges in criminalization, in mutual legal assistance and in effective protection of witnesses and trafficking victims.
UNODC Executive Director; ZAF Deputy Minister Justice; OHCHR Chief Rule of Law Branch; OSCE SR Trafficking; UNODC HTMSS; IHRB Executive Director; UN SR Trafficking Persons; UNODC GLOTIP; Belgium Director Directorate Social Inspectorate; Philippines Prosecutor IACAT Secretariat; ACAHD Executive Director; GAATW International Coordinator; PICUM Director; US Section Chief Human Smuggling and Trafficking Unit; Mexico Head Special Unit Investigation Trafficking; UNHCR Head Asylum and Migration; UNHCR Smuggling and Trafficking
3. Strengthening crime prevention and criminal justice responses to evolving forms of crime, such as cybercrime and trafficking in cultural property, including lessons learned and international cooperation.
4. Public contribution to crime prevention and raising awareness of criminal justice: experiences and lessons learned.
CWOB/ISA University of Sidney INEGI Mexico General Director Australian Institute of Criminology Deputy Minister of Community Safety and Correctional Services Canada Melbourne University DCAF Geneva Centre ASF Belgium ASF Belgium 2 Soroptimists International Austria Friends World Committee for Consultation (Quakers) Ministry of Justice Japan ILANUD ACHPR IACA ICPC Youth Expression Project Brazil