UNODC Strategy 2012 - 2015
The UNODC strategy for 2012 - 2015 sets out the overall strategic direction and scope of the Office's work. As such it is a broad description of our various mandates, and the results that Member States would like for us to achieve.
The Strategy identifies seven sub programmes covering the five thematic areas of UNODC's work along with two cross-sectional sub programmes.
The sub programmes are:
1. Countering transnational organized crime, illicit trafficking and illicit drug trafficking
2. Countering corruption
3. Terrorism prevention
5. Prevention, treatment and reintegration, and alternative development
6. Research, trend analysis and forensics
7. Policy support
The Strategy was adopted by ECOSOC in its resolution E/RES/2012/12
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UNODC strategy 2008-2011
UNODC is growing in stature as States increasingly seek multilateral partnerships to combat "problems without borders". To respond to the rising challenges of drugs, crime and terrorism, UNODC has embarked on a new medium-term Strategy. The Strategy will position the organization in the context of a changing world.
Brochure about the strategy (pdf).
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