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Become a supporter of E4J

 

If your MUN conference addresses topics related to crime, justice and other rule of law issues, we want to hear from you!

MUN conferences that use or plan to use the E4J MUN Resource Guide are encouraged to engage directly with us and UNODC's field office network. E4J in turn can help you to:

  • Choose committee topics related to crime, justice and other rule of law issues;
  • Give advice on countries to select for students to represent;
  • Provide helpful information on preparation materials (such as reports and background guides);
  • Find guest speakers for your conference; and
  • Train faculty advisors on topics related to crime, justice and other rule of law issues.

MUN conferences that engage with us will also be listed on the E4J MUN website. Below are some guidelines for collaborating with E4J.

 

Showcase your support: use the E4J logo

If you would like to showcase your support for the E4J initiative, you may request to use the E4J logo. The use of the E4J logo may be granted for a single MUN conference on the condition that the conference is supporting E4J to educate young people about crime, justice and rule of law issues. The logo may be used by the conference organizers together with the words "In support of" (e.g., in support of E4J).

Example:

If you would like to use the E4J logo, we look forward to hearing from you through our contact form where you can list the topics your conference will debate in the comments field.

Important: Conditions for using the E4J logo

1. By using the E4J logo, MUN conference organizers agree to the following:

  • Using the E4J MUN Resource Guide to include UNODC resources in their study/research guides and reports for conference preparation;
  • Providing E4J with the following data, by the end of the conference:
    • The number of delegates - disaggregated by gender, education level, country of nationality (only those attending committees where UNODC mandates were debated);
    • The number and names of schools and/or universities represented at your MUN conference, i.e., the institutions that delegates come from;
    • An example of a resolution adopted on a UNODC mandate area.
  • Linking to the E4J MUN Resource Guide ( www.unodc.org/e4j/mun) in case the logo is featured on your conference website;
  • Promoting E4J by sharing photos, videos or any content related to the MUN conference on social media using the hashtag #E4JMUN, #Education4Justice and tagging @DohaDeclaration on Twitter.

2. By using the E4J logo in their conference materials MUN conference organizers also agree to the following terms and conditions:

  • The E4J logo may be used by MUN conferences strictly and only as a recognition that UNODC mandates pertaining to crime prevention, criminal justice and other rule of law aspects were incorporated and that, by doing so, the conference is supporting the education of youth on such issues.
  • The use of the E4J logo does not imply affiliation of the respective conference to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, the United Nations nor its Member States.
  • The use of the E4J logo does not imply endorsement by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, the United Nations nor its Member States of the respective conference or any material, tool or outcome document produced as a result thereof.
 

Feature on the E4J MUN website as a supporter of E4J

If your conference has successfully used the E4J MUN Resource Guide, we are happy to feature it on the E4J website so that other MUN organizers can contact you for support and guidance.

Conferences that have used the E4J MUN Resource Guide and/or addressed crime, justice and other rule of law issues in the past and wish to be featured on the E4J website should send an email to unodc-e4jmun@un.org providing the following information:

  • Name, location and dates of the MUN conference;
  • Contact details of the organizer;
  • A list of the crime, justice and other rule of law issues that were discussed at the conference;
  • One example of a resolution and a study guide used/produced at the conference relating to crime, justice and other rule of law issues.

If you go through the process of requesting the use of the logo, your conference and institution will automatically be listed after having received the data required by UNODC.

 

 

 

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