29 August 2013 - How to address corruption in the business sector has been a growing concern in recent times. According to a study conducted by UNODC in India, some 70 percent of employees from both the public and private sector said that anti-corruption matters were hardly ever discussed at their workplace and that more discussions, as well as exposure to good anti-corruption practices are required.[Read More]
13 August 2014 - The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, Regional Office for South Asia commemorated the first-ever World Day against Trafficking in Persons by participating in the UNODC-led #igivehope social media campaign. The campaign encourages people across the globe to come together and express solidarity with the millions affected by this crime. [Read More]
4 August 2014 - In today's globalized world no country is immune to the threat of terrorism. Several countries in South Asia, including India, have been facing the challenge of terrorism and over the past few years there have been numerous acts of terror in the region. Many of these incidents are found to have complex international linkages and possible connections with transnational organised crime. Terrorism is an evolving phenomenon, with terrorist organizations continuously changing their [Read More]
- 9/10/14 - The United Nations Office at Vienna (UNOV) and the City of Vienna celebrate 35 Years of 'UNO City'
- 9/9/14 - To stop impunity on high seas, drug traffickers must be prosecuted, says UNODC Chief
- 9/3/14 - Statement of the UNODC Executive Director, Yury Fedotov, after meeting with the Tunisian Minister of Interior
Kathmandu, Nepal: Regional Workshop for South Asian countries on “Promoting and Strengthening National Frameworks for the Support of Victims of Terrorism and related Cooperation”
Kathmandu, Nepal: National Workshop on “Strengthening National Legal and Institutional Measures for the Protection and Support of Victims and Witnesses in Serious Crimes, including Terrorism”
Dhaka, Bangladesh: National Workshop on ‘Strengthening National Legal Frameworks for the Protection and Support of Victims and Witnesses of Terrorism’.