Registration for the 30th Session of the CCPCJ - General

ORGANIZATIONAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE 30TH SESSION OF THE CCPCJ

Please click here for the organizational arrangements for the 30th session of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice. 

REGISTRATION IN INDICO

 

Registration in Indico will open

on Monday, 26 April and close on Wednesday, 12 May 2021.

***Click here to register ***

   

STEPS TO REGISTER IN INDICO

Registration for participation in the 30th session of the Commission has to be done via the United Nations registration platform  INDICO. INDICO is based on the principle of self-registration by individual participants. Each participant attending in-person or online must register in INDICO with his/her personalized INDICO profile (pls. see below under “steps to register”).

Every participant has to have a personalized INDICO profile (create one here).

To register for the event, go to the event form in Indico (please see link above) and click on “apply”. In the form, all fields marked with * are mandatory.

Please check under your respective category for detailed information on the registration process and the document(s) to be uploaded.

Guides:
Profile creation and Register for an event [video]

NOTE:   Late registration and switching of roles will not be possible. The numbers of both in-person as well as online participants per delegation will be limited and, as such, delegations are encouraged to register as early as possible.

FORMAT OF THE 30TH SESSION

The regular session will be conducted in a hybrid format, combining an in-person component with online participation.

The in-person participation will be limited to United Nations Member States, and a limited number of delegates from UN Entities, Institutes of the UN Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Programme Network (PNI), IGOs and NGOs in consultative status with ECOSOC. The plenary meetings and the meetings of the Committee of the Whole (COW) will be held in the Plenary Hall of the M-Building, the biggest room in the VIC, in a consecutive manner.

Meeting times will be as follows:

First Day, Monday, 17 May, 2021:

9 – 11 am:

    Plenary

12 – 2 pm:

    Plenary

3 – 5 pm:

    Plenary

6 – 8 pm:

    COW (PNI Workshop)

Tuesday, 18 May – Thursday,  20 May:

9 – 11 am:

    COW

12 – 2 pm:

    Plenary

3 – 5 pm:

    Plenary

6 – 8 pm:

    COW

Last Day, Friday, 21 May, 2021:

9 – 11 am:

COW

12 – 2 pm:

Plenary

3 – 5 pm:

Plenary

PRE-SESSION CONSULTATIONS

The pre-session consultations will be held in a hybrid format and with interpretation on 14 May 2021, in the Plenary/COW hall in the M-Building, from 12 noon to 2 pm. The pre-session consultations will not be webcast. A technical test of the remote interpretation platform will be offered for delegates with speaker roles in the Plenary or the COW by conference services in connection with the pre-session consultations (14 May, 10-11:30 a.m. and 2-3 p.m.).

IN-PERSON PARTICIPATION

There will be in the plenary room one seat reserved for in-person participation for each United Nations Member and Observer State. In addition, there will be eight seats for UN Entities, eight seats for PNIs, eight seats for IGOs and eight seats for NGOs in consultative status with ECOSOC reserved in the Plenary/COW hall, which will be assigned on a “first come, first served”-basis.

In light of the COVID-19 developments, journalists will be requested to follow the session online.

Access to the Conference Room

Access to the conference room is limited to one delegate per Member State, entity or organization at any given time under the conditions mentioned below:

Floating badges

The Secretariat will issue two types of badges to delegates who have been registered as in-person participants to the Conference:

  1. Individual main badges for in-person registered participants
  2. Floating delegation badges without individual participants’ names

In order to allow for sufficient physical distancing measures in the conference room, only participants with both the individual main badge and the floating badge are allowed into the conference rooms.

Floating badges will be handed out together with the individual badges at the registration desk at the VIC Gate 1. The badges can be picked up on Friday, 14 May, prior to the pre-session consultations, at Gate 1 from 11 a.m – 1 p.m., as well as on Monday, 17 May 2021, 7:30 – 10 a.m. 

 

ONLINE ACCESS AND PARTICIPATION

In-person Member States participants are encouraged to register also for an online speaker’s role, in case they need to take the floor virtually (as only one delegate can be present in the Plenary/COW hall at a given time).

UN Entities, PNIs, IGO and NGO representatives nominated to participate in-person, who want to have also an online speaker’s role, need to also be registered as online speaker in the official letter.

Speakers

Speakers will receive a speaker link that technically enables them to request the floor. It is possible that more speakers use the speaker link jointly from the same device.

Please click here for information to participate in meetings with remote simultaneous interpretation.

Observers

Observers will be in a position to follow the proceedings of the plenary and the PNI workshop on the webcast. The consultations on draft resolutions in the COW, including the pre-session informal consultations, will not be webcast. 

 

LANGUAGES

Simultaneous interpretation in all official United Nations languages will be provided for the Plenary and the Committee of the Whole, as well as the pre-session consultations. 

COVID-19 RELATED INFO

Please click here for COVID-19 related information for the 30th session of the CCPCJ. 


For any inquiries relating to the 30th session of the CCPCJ, please contact: unodc-sgb@un.org