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Partnerships

 

The Doha Declaration Global Programme contributes not only to SDG 16, but also to several other Sustainable Development Goals through its various activities, tools and resources, including SDG 17: Partnerships for the Goals. The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development can only be realized through inclusive partnerships and continuing cooperation. Partnerships are a driver and a catalyst for the Global Programme in maximizing the reach and impact we have on our beneficiaries.

 

The UNODC/UNESCO partnership helps education professionals equip learners with the knowledge, attitudes and skills to constructively and responsibly engage in society. In 2020, the Education for Justice (E4J) initiative joined the Global Education Coalition for COVID-19 Response under the leadership of UNESCO to ensure that learning and education for young people does not stop during the pandemic.

UNODC and the world football's governing body, the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA), signed a Memorandum of Understanding to step up their joint cooperation to address crime in and through sport.

UNODC's Line Up Live Up and E4J initiatives have been launched in the State of Palestine in cooperation with the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA).

Jointly with UNODC, the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) organized a round table discussion in Serbia to enhance the capacity of the sports sector in using sport as a tool for youth crime and violence prevention.

In Namibia, UNODC, in association with the World Food Programme (WFP), launched a hydroponics project in the Gobabis Correctional Facility.

The Judicial Policy Research Institute of the Republic of Korea has continuously supported the Global Judicial Integrity Network, including partnering with UNODC in the organization of an international conference, featuring sessions on artificial intelligence and judicial integrity, and hosting an expert group meeting on gender issues in Seoul.


In Indonesia, the prisoner rehabilitation-focused Batik Project at the Semarang Female Correctional Facility is supported by the CSO Second Chance Foundation.

E4J and the Academic Council on the United Nations System (ACUNS) support each other at conferences and in awareness-raising efforts.

The UN Special Rapporteur on the Independence of Judges is a permanent member of the Advisory Board of the Global Judicial Integrity Network, providing substantive guidance and support to the activities of the Network.

The World Economic Forum’s Strategic Intelligence Group supports the E4J initiative in its efforts to strengthen the voice of academia on issues related to the Sustainable Development Goals and the rule of law, including E4J’s Grants Programme which aims at strengthening teaching and research on issues related to rule of law and SDG 16.

In Peru, the E4J and Line Up Live Up initiatives are working with the Ministry of Interior in the context of the Barrio Seguro (Safe Neighbourhood) project, which is currently being implemented in 82 neighbourhoods.


Two editions of the hackathon4justice were conducted with Facebook in Nigeria. E4J co-organized a hackathon with the World Bank and Africa Teen Geeks in Washington, D.C.

The Judicial College of England and Wales has supported the Global Judicial Integrity Network in the development and implementation of the Judicial Ethics Training Tools.

With the Tin Marín Children's Museum in El Salvador, E4J has set up an exhibition designed to help primary school children learn about online safety in a fun and engaging way.

The International Association of Women Judges is a long-standing partner in the Global Judicial Integrity Network's activities on gender-related judicial integrity issues, including in the development of the dedicated paper and the dissemination of resources and knowledge.

E4J and the Ban Ki-moon Centre for Global Citizens have launched a Women's Empowerment Programme for Latin America, and have been co-organizing events and supporting each other to promote community mobilization on rule of law issues.

In cooperation with Mexico City's subway system (Sistema de Transporte Colectivo), 'Chuka, Break the Silence', an E4J game that helps children develop ways to respond to gender-based violence, was showcased in 2019 across 66 metro stations visited by over three million people daily.



The World Federation of United Nations Associations, MUN Impact and Best Delegate organizations partnered with E4J to bring knowledge to students via Model United Nations.

The International Association of Universities has become a strong partner of UNODC and its E4J initiative; both organizations work closely together by co-organizing activities to strengthen the voice of academia on issues related to the Sustainable Development Goals and the rule of law.

The Doha Declaration Global Programme is funded and supported by the State of Qatar.