Upcoming Events

Monday, 3 October 2022. UNODC Border Management Branch Director, Mr. Alan Cole, and UNODC Regional Representative for Southeast Asia and the Pacific, Mr. Jeremy Douglas, will deliver a briefing on Transnational Organized Crime and related security challenges in Southeast Asia to ASEAN Member States at the UN Headquarter. The event is co-hosted by the Thailand Permanent Mission to UN. Read more about the event's Concept Note

Stories from UNODC New York Office

Your right, your role: Say no to corruption” - UNODC New York Office marks the 2021 International Anti-Corruption Day

New York, 9 December 2021

The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) in New York co-organized a side event together with the Permanent Missions of Colombia, Egypt, Peru and the United Arab Emirates to mark the International Anti-Corruption Day and to share good practices and concrete progress in the implementation of the recommendations of the UNGASS Political Declaration Against Corruption.....

Launch of the Stable Seas Report on ‘Pirates of the Gulf of Guinea: A Cost Analysis for Coastal States’ in partnership with UNODC

New York, 7 December 2021

The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), alongside the Permanent Missions of Ghana, Norway, and of Nigeria, hosted the launch of the Report on ‘Pirates of the Gulf of Guinea: A Cost Analysis for Coastal States’ produced by Stable Seas, in cooperation with UNODC.....

The General Assembly appraises the UN Global Plan of Action to Combat Human Trafficking

New York, 22-23 November 2021

A high-level meeting of the General Assembly provided an opportunity for delegates to appraise the progress achieved in the implementation of the Global Plan of Action to Combat Trafficking in Persons which was adopted in 2010....

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