UNODC is working to mainstream a gender perspective into all aspects of its work, by making women, men, girls and boy's concerns and experiences an integral dimension of the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of all institutional processes, programmes and activities. The Office plays a leading global role in supporting Member States in addressing organized crime, corruption and terrorism and in promoting criminal justice reform, drug demand reduction and HIV/AIDS prevention, thus contributing to the achievement of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals and their 169 targets. Through its work at the global, national and regional levels, UNODC provides support to Member States in reaching their targets under the 2030 Agenda.
A series of international instruments and resolutions call upon Member States to mainstream a gender equality perspective into their legislation and policies and to adopt special measures to promote gender equality and the empowerment of women. Those instruments and resolutions also provide guidance to the work of UNOV/UNODC.

Instruments and Resolutions: Overview of Gender in Resolutions

The UNVOV/UNODC Gender Team has created a document which provides an overview of relevant UN resolutions which include language on gender equality and gender mainstreaming.
You can view the document below (we recommend using Google Chrome for the best experience) or download it here
This document aims to provide a comprehensive overview of gender equality commitments relevant to their work in all UNODC mandated areas. The overview includes UN system-wide and UNODC specific resolutions. Furthermore, the resolutions are divided by resolutions on gender parity and gender mainstreaming. The overview also includes a list of Gender Strategies from other UN agencies and other organizations.