Gender and the Doha Declaration Global Programme
The Doha Declaration Global Programme recognizes that gender equality and women’s empowerment is fundamental for the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Understanding the impact and the different roles of women and men in relation to drugs, crime and various criminal justice systems is crucial when implementing activities and designing tools and resources.
The Global Programme focuses its efforts towards supporting the achievement of SDG 5 on Gender Equality by undertaking activities to raise awareness on gender-related issues within educational-, judicial-, prison- and sports-related environments and settings. As part of this, the Doha Declaration Global Programme has achieved a gender balance of 51 per cent female and 49 per cent male among beneficiaries. Through the Global Programme’s 200+ publications and tools, gender perspectives are taken into account at each stage of the process, from development to dissemination. Internally, the Global Programme comprises 60 per cent female and 40 per cent male staff.
Gender-Related Judicial Integrity Issues
Modern judicial challenges, such as gender and AI, at the heart of debates in Seoul
In Kyrgyzstan, a bakery will help rehabilitate female prisoners
Tin Marín and UNODC, empowering children against harassment and cybercrime
Practical Guide to Creating a Brand of Prison Products
The Gendered Face of COVID-19: Women and Access to Justice
Module 8 "Corruption and Gender" of the E4J University Module Series on Anti-Corruption
Module 11 "Access to Justice for Victims" of the E4J University Module Series on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice
Exposing and Preventing Sextortion in the Judiciary
Online Game "Chuka, Break the Silence"
Building their freedom with UNODC, women prisoners celebrate Mother's Day in Bolivia
Module 10 "Violence against Women and Girls" of the E4J University Module Series on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice
Technical Guide "Preventing Violent Extremism through Sport"
Three years in the making, E4J's journey to inspire change together has only just begun: International High-Level Conference "Educating for the Rule of Law"
Module 12 "Violence against Children" of the E4J University Module Series on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice
Desk Review on Sport as a Tool for the Prevention of Violent Extremism
Providing a new chance to female prisoners in Indonesia
Module 12 "Interpersonal Cybercrime" of the E4J University Module Series on Cybercrime
Lesson Plan for the Primary Level "We can all be heroes"
Women’s Empowerment for Latin America
Non-electronic Game "Labyrinth"
Criminal Justice Handbook Series "Roadmap for the Development of Prison-based Rehabilitation Programmes"
Comic Book Series "San Servolo"
Module 9 "Gender in the Criminal Justice System" of the E4J University Module Series on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice
Advancing justice - and gender equality - through the Global Judicial Integrity Network
Criminal Justice Handbook Series "The Classification of Prisoners"
Module 15 "Gender and Organized Crime" of the E4J University Module Series on Organized Crime
The Role of Women Judges and a Gender Perspective in Ensuring Judicial Independence and Integrity
On the Move and On the Rise – Girls’ empowerment through sports
Line Up Live Up Trainer’s Manual: Life Skills Training through Sports to Prevent Crime, Violence and Drug Use
Criminal Justice Handbook Series "Prevention of Recidivism and the Social Reintegration of Offenders"
Module 9 "Gender Dimensions of Ethics" of the E4J University Module Series on Integrity and Ethics
Teachers' Guide for Secondary Education on Human Trafficking
Teaching prisoners practical work skills for a new chance in life
Module 13 "Gender Dimensions of Trafficking in Persons and Smuggling of Migrants" of the E4J University Module Series on Trafficking in Persons and Smuggling of Migrants
UNODC and IOC enhance partnership to tackle crime in and through sport