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CND Side Event Programme 2022

The Secretariat only coordinates the side events and facilitates the dissemination of relating information. The sole responsibility for the content of the side events (including promotional material and the events themselves) as well as for the related technical arrangements lies with the organizers.

Please note that some side events might require pre-registration! Kindly reach out to the indicated email address with any question on the side event.

Monday, 14 March - 12.15 to 13.05 p.m. (Vienna time)

JOINT CALL – SCALING UP THE IMPLEMENTATION OF INTERNATIONAL DRUG POLICY COMMITMENTS ON IMPROVING AVAILABILITY OF AND ACCESS TO CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES FOR MEDICAL AND SCIENTIFIC PURPOSES
Organized by the CND Chair with the support of UNODC Secretariat to the Governing Bodies

NATIONAL POLICY AGAINST DRUGS BY 2030
Organized by Peru

INCREASING SOCIAL CAPITAL THROUGH PROTECTIVE FACTORS OF DRUG USE INITIATION
Organized by Iceland with the support of Chile, and Movendi International, Institute Utrip, the National Authority for the Campaign Against Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Planet Youth and the UNODC Prevention, Treatment and Rehabilitation Section

CASC NETWORK: FACILITATING INTERREGIONAL JUDICIAL COOPERATION AGAINST DRUG TRAFFICKING FROM THE EYE OF THE HURRICANE
Organized by the UNODC Global Programme for Strengthening Capacities of Member States to Prevent and Combat Organized and Serious Crime with the support of Uzbekistan

Meeting ID: 884 2402 3436    Passcode: 950141

ENDING INEQUALITIES FOR PEOPLE WHO USE DRUGS: HOW THE GLOBAL HIV RESPONSE CAN TRANSFORM DRUG POLICY (AND VICE VERSA)
Organized by the Médecins du monde with the support of Australia, the Netherlands, and the International Network of People who Use Drugs, UNAIDS and the UNODC HIV/AIDS Section

Monday, 14 March - 13.10 to 14.00 p.m. (Vienna time)

YOUTH VACCINATION: EQUIPPING TO BUILD YOUTH’S LIFE IMMUNITY TO COPE WITH CHANGES AND RISKY BEHAVIOUR
Organized by Thailand

MAINSTREAMING A GENDER PERSPECTIVE IN THE TREATMENT OF DRUG USE DISORDERS
Organized by Sweden with the support of Mexico, and the UNODC Prevention, Treatment and Rehabilitation Section and the World Health Organization

IMPACT OF SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH ON SUBSTANCE USE: INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS TO REDUCE DISPARITIES AND IMPROVE HEALTH OUTCOMES
Organized by the United States with the support of Canada, Chile, and the UNODC Prevention, Treatment and Rehabilitation Section
Meeting Number (access code): 2764 770 5794
Meeting password: 3aKVPt92396

RAPID EVOLUTION OF DRUG TRAFFICKING IN THE MEKONG
Organized by China with the support of Thailand
Pre-registration is encouraged.

SOUTH AFRICA’S CANNABIS POLICY APPROACH
Organized by South Africa

DRUG TRAFFICKING THROUGH GENDER LENSES: WOMEN’S INVOLVEMENT AND IMPACT ON THEIR LIVES
Organized by the UNODC Drug Research Section

POLICE AND DRUG TREATMENT TOGETHER: THE GLOBAL EMERGENCE OF DEFLECTION AS A HUMANITARIAN CRIME REDUCTION APPROACH TO DRUGS
Organized by the Chicago Treatment Alternatives for Safe Communities Inc. with the support of the Council of Europe – Pompidou Group, the European Institute for Multidisciplinary Studies on Human Rights and Science, the Police, Treatment and Community Collaborative and the Villa Maraini Foundation

LET’S TALK ABOUT DRUGS – SUBSTANCE EDUCATION AMONG THE YOUTH
Organized by Youth Organisations for Drug Action with the support of the Eurasian Harm Reduction Association

DEVELOPING AND STRENGTHENING COMMUNITIES TO PREVENT AND REDUCE SUBSTANCE USE THROUGH THE CADCA MODEL FOR COMMUNITY CHANGE
Organized by the Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America (CADCA) with the support of Associação Pró Coalizões do Brasil
Meeting ID: 969 3407 1897    Passcode: 288254

IDENTIFYING, TRACKING AND CONTROLLING DRUG PRECURSOR PRODUCTS – GOVERNMENTS AND ENTERPRISES JOINING FORCES
Organized by the Council of Europe – Pompidou Group with the support of OAS – CICAD