A Class Full of Life was produced by Rana Khawaldeh who was trained in UNODC's Line Up Live Up programme. In it, she tells the difference she has made in school by applying the knowledge she obtained on youth crime, violence and drug use prevention.
In episode 1 of UNODC's new interview series, 'Rule of Law Conversations', the Doha Declaration Global Programme chats to Betsy Apple, Advocacy Director and Head of Democracy and the Rule of Law Division at the Open Society Justice Initiative, about these and other issues on this critical topic.
Since its inception in 2016, the Global Programme for the Implementation of the Doha Declaration has reached literally millions of people across the world, promoting peace, justice and the rule of law. Through education; through sports; through prisoner rehabilitation; and through promoting a corruption-free judiciary, UNODC has been working tirelessly to leave a lasting impact on global crime prevention and criminal justice efforts. As we move from one Crime Congress to the next, this video showcases just a handful of those with whom we've collaborated, offering their voices on role of this unique Global Programme.
Sport has great potential to empower youth and help them find the right path in life! Don't you agree? The #LineUpLiveUp global initiative on youth crime prevention uses sport to empower young people from marginalized communities and help them develop essential life skills that increase adaptive and positive behaviour addressing vulnerabilities that are linked to violence, crime and drug use.
Sport can be a powerful tool to engage communities and prevent crime, violence and drug use among youth. As part of the Doha Declaration Global Programme, UNODC's Youth Crime Prevention through Sport initiative has developed "Line Up Live Up", an evidence-informed, sport-based life skills training for youth that aims to increase resilience to crime, violence and drug use among young people. Providing key elements from this approach, a new publication - Youth Crime prevention through Sport: Insights from the UNODC "Line Up Live Up" Pilot Programme - has been developed, offering an analysis of monitoring and evaluation data collected during the pilot phase of the programme (2017-2019), and the two impact assessment studies conducted in South Africa and Brazil, thereby contributing to building the evidence base on the use of sport to reduce violence. The following is from the virtual launch of the publication in January 2021, with interventions from States, academia, civil society and UNODC. Visit www.unodc.org/sports for more and to download this new resource.
This video shows the role of sport in the life of Shakhnoza Mirzaeva, Uzbek world para-canoe champion and holder of a license for the Paralympic Games.
This video explores a choice that a young man makes in his life and, thanks to the examples set by national sports Champions, who show the positive role sport played in their lives, this sound choice changes his destiny for the better.
This video shows the role of sport in building resilience to crime and in strengthening self-awareness and the ability to resist negative peer pressure.