Launch of the 2014 World Drug Report, 26 June 2014

As part of the Secretariat's efforts to reduce expenditure and limit environmental impact through the digitization of conference materials and publications, only a limited number of pre-session documents will be available at the session venue. Each delegation will receive a single, complete set of the documents in the language of its choice. Delegates are therefore kindly requested to bring their own copies of the pre-session documents to the meeting

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UNODC/ED/2014/1 Contribution of the Executive Director of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime to the high-level review of the implementation of the Political Declaration and Plan of Action on International Cooperation towards an Integrated and Balanced Strategy to Counter the World Drug Problem, to be conducted by the Commission on Narcotic Drugs in 2014
 
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E/CN.7/2014/1

Annotated provisional agenda 

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E/CN.7/2014/1/Corr.1

 Annotated provisional agenda

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E/CN.7/2014/2 - E/CN.15/2014/2

Report of the Executive Director on the activities of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime
 
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E/CN.7/2014/3 Report of the Secretariat on the world situation with regard to drug abuse
 
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E/CN.7/2014/4 Report of the Secretariat on the world situation with regard to drug trafficking
 
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E/CN.7/2014/5

Report of the Secretariat on action taken by the subsidiary bodies of the Commission on Narcotic Drugs

 
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E/CN.7/2014/6

Report of the Secretariat on documentation prepared for the Commission on Narcotic Drugs

 
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E/CN.7/2014/7 Report of the Executive Director on Actions taken by Member States to implement the Political Declaration and Plan of Action on International Cooperation towards an Integrated and Balanced Strategy to Counter the World Drug Problem
 
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Note by the Secretariat on the work of the standing open-ended working group on improving the governance and financial situation of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime

 
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E/CN.7/2014/9

Note by the Secretariat on the changes in the scope of control of substances
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E/CN.7/2014/10 Note by the Secretariat on the challenges and future work in the review of substances for possible scheduling recommendations
 
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E/CN.7/2014/11 Note by the Secretariat on promoting coordination and alignment of decisions between the Commission on Narcotic Drugs and the Programme Coordinating Board of the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS
 
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E/CN.7/2014/12 Report of the Executive Director on responding to the prevalence of HIV/AIDS and other blood-borne disease among drug users 
 
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E/CN.7/2014/13 Note by the Secretariat on the organization of the high level segment of the 57th Session of the CND, 13-14 March 2014
 
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E/CN.7/2014/14 Report of the Executive Director on Strengthening international cooperation in combating illicit opiates originating in Afghanistan through continuous and reinforced support to the Paris Pact initiative
 
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E/CN.7/2014/15- E/CN.15/2014/15  Note by the Secretary-General on the proposed strategic framework for the period 2016-2017
 
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E/2014/28E/CN.7/2014/16
Commission on Narcotic Drugs, Report on the fifty-seventh session (13 December 2013 and 13-21 March 2014)
 
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E/CN.7/2014/CRP.1 Report by LSS/RAB/DPA/UNODC on Expert Consultation on New Psychoactive Substances Vienna, 3-5 September 2013   
E/CN.7/2014/CRP.2 Updated information provided by the International Narcotics Control Board on the implementation of Commission on Narcotic Drugs resolutions 49/6 "Listing of
ketamine as a controlled substance" and 50/3 "Responding to the threat posed by the abuse and diversion of ketamine"      
E/CN.7/2014/CRP.4 Note by the Secretariat on the Proposed strategic framework 2016-2017 for the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime      
E/CN.7/2014/CRP.5 Drug policy provisions from the international drug control Conventions      
E/CN.7/2014/CRP.6 Background documentation for the round-table discussions of the high-level segment
E/CN.7/2014/CRP.7 Outreach to new Stakeholders in the Field of Alternative Development      

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High-level review of the implementation by Member States of the Political Declaration and Plan of Action on International Cooperation towards an Integrated and Balanced Strategy to Counter the World Drug Problem

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Reports by intergovernmental organizations on drug control activities
E/CN.7/2014/CRP.11 Background paper prepared by the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland related to its notification submitted on 23 January to the Secretary-General on the review of the scope of control of mephedrone
E/CN.7/2014/CRP.12 Draft Guidelines on Drug Prevention and Treatment for Girls and Women
E/CN.7/2014/CRP.13 Statements of financial implications presented to the Commission on Narcotic Drugs before its consideration of draft resolutions at its fifty-seventh session
E/CN.7/2014/CRP.14  List of documents before the Commission at its fifty-seventh session
E/CN.7/2014/NGO/1 Written statement submitted by the Vienna NGO Committee on Drugs      
E/CN.7/2014/NGO/2 Statement submitted by the Academic Council on the United Nations System
E/CN.7/2014/NGO/3  Paper submitted by the Vienna NGO Committee for Drugs