Thematic Discussions of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice on the implementation of the Kyoto Declaration, 10-12 November 2021

Logo Thematic Discussions Kyoto Declaration 2021

During its thirtieth regular session in May 2021, the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice adopted by consensus a resolution entitled “Fourteenth United Nations Congress on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice”, through which the Commission approved the Kyoto Declaration and recommended, through the Economic and Social Council, its endorsement by the General Assembly. Member States requested, amongst others, in operative paragraph 11 of the resolution that the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, hold intersessional thematic discussions, working in close consultation with Member States on a workplan, to effectively follow up on the Kyoto Declaration through the sharing of information, good practices and lessons learned.

Thematic discussions on Pillar I

Thematic discussions on Pillar I: Advancing crime prevention were held from 10 to 12 November 2021. 

Thematic session 1: Addressing the causes, including the root causes of crime; enhancing evidence-based crime prevention and promoting tailor-made crime prevention strategies; (10 November 2021) 

Thematic session 2: Addressing the economic dimension of crime; (11 November 2021)

Thematic session 3: Mainstreaming a gender perspective into crime prevention; addressing the needs and protect the rights of children and youth in crime prevention; and empowering youth for crime prevention; (12 November 2021)

Presentations and Statements

Please click here to access the presentations and statements made during the 2021 CCPCJ Thematic Discussions on the implementation of the Kyoto Declaration.

Panelists

Please click the photos below to access the biographies of the panelists and experts for the 2021 CCPCJ thematic discussions.
Thematic session 1
Thematic session 2
Thematic session 3

Recommendations of the First Global Youth Forum for a Culture of Lawfulness

The Recommendations of the First Global Youth Forum for a Culture of Lawfulness (Tokyo, 9-10 October 2021), were symbolically handed over to the Commission during the Opening Session of the Thematic Discussions on 10 November 2021.

Procedural Report

Video messages

Alessandro Cortese, Chair of the 30th CCPCJ Session
Takeshi Hikihara, 1st Vice-Chair of the 30th CCPCJ Session
Jo Dedeyne-Amann, Secretary to the CCPCJ and Chief of SGB
      
Fatma Usheva, UNODC DDDS
Johannes de Haan, UNODC Justice Section
Yao Deng, UNODC CEB
Sven Pfeiffer, UNODC Justice Section
Alexandra Souza Martins, UNODC ENDVAC
Wakana Asano, Global Youth Forum on a Culture of Lawfulness
Ayotunde Aboderin, Global Youth Forum on a Culture of Lawfulness
Ilham Dwi Hatmawan, Global Youth Forum on a Culture of Lawfulness

GUIDANCE FOR PARTICIPANTS OF MEETINGS DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC, VIENNA INTERNATIONAL CENTRE

COVID-19 Quick guide, Vienna International Centre Medical Service
VIDEO: Precautions to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 
COVID-19 Guidelines for in-person participants to the CCPCJ Intersessional Meeting (VIC and online event, 10-12 November 2021)

 IMPORTANT INFORMATION

All persons entering the VIC are required to comply with the low epidemiological risk criteria as defined by the Host Country: 

  • proof of a full vaccination not older than 360 days and valid from the date of second vaccination, or proof of full vaccination with a vaccine that does not require a booster shot (e.g. Johnson & Johnson) not older than 360 days and valid from the 22nd day after vaccination; or proof of one vaccination dose not older than 360 days following a positive PCR test or positive antibodies test
  • a certificate of recovery from COVID-19 illness not older than 180 days, or proof of positive COVID-19 antibody test (with a result of 15 BAU or above) not older than 90 days
  • proof of a negative PCR test not older than 48 hours (as applied in Vienna), or a rapid antigen test not older than 24 hours. 

By swiping their grounds pass/badge, meeting participants entering the VIC declare that they possess valid documentation meeting one or more of these criteria. They also confirm that they produce the documentation to the conference, meeting and event organizers, UN Security and Safety Service (UNSSS) officers or VIC Medical Service, if required.