Building a culture of lawfulness starts with strengthening our ethical values and the ability to act upon them. To that end, #Education4Justice developed a series of Integrity and Ethics Modules for lecturers across the world.
"Chuka, Break the Silence" is one of UNODC's most innovative projects. The creative, bespoke video game helps young girls develop ways to respond to psychological, physical and sexual violence, while raising boys' awareness and helping them recognize such situations. By playing as the character Chuka, a 13-year old female YouTuber and gamer who encounters haters and monsters in a nightmare, children learn to be assertive and to take actions which help them defeat various forms of gender-based violence.
Line Up Live Up is the Doha Declaration global youth crime prevention initiative that uses sports as a tool for peace. Find out how it influences young people in Kyrgyzstan.
Here is a story from South Africa: through Line Up Live Up initiative, Doha Declaration is using sport to empower youth to make positive changes in their own lives & promote the benefits of more equitable gender relationships in a community.
This short documentary captured the historic launch of the first global platform dedicated to boosting judicial accountability and countering corruption within the judicial system around the world.
Addressing the launch of the Global Judicial Integrity Network by video message, UNODC Executive Director, Yury Fedotov.
Addressing the launch of the Global Judicial Integrity Network by video message, United Nations Deputy-Secretary-General, Amina J Mohammed.
In December 2017, UNODC signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Undersecretary of Sports and Recreation of the city of Rio de Janeiro. The MoU formalizes cooperation under the Line Up Live Up initiative that uses sports as a means to prevent violence and crime among youth people.