Cross-cutting Evidenced-based Interventions on Drugs and Crime in African for the Implementation of UNODC Strategic Vision for Africa

© UNODC CSU
Organized by the Slum Child Foundation with the support of the Alliance of NGOs on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, the UNODC Civil Society Unit and the Vienna NGO Committee on Drugs.
May 18, 2022 1:10 – 2:00 pm (CET)

The event will present the outcome of the ‘civil society conference on drugs and crime: Promoting Evidence-based Interventions on Drugs and Crime to Foster African Development’ held in Kenya in February 2021, focusing on these topics:

- Crime and drug prevention among youth;

- Organized Crime, Cybercrime and Illicit Trafficking.

The Conference outcome document will serve as an instrument for civil society in Africa to engage with UNODC and African governments in crime prevention and addressing the world drug problem in the continent.

Agenda:

Moderated by Billy Batware, UNODC Civil Society Unit

· George Odalo, Slum Child Foundation, Kenya

· Emma de Villiers, Fixed Africa, South Africa

· Mennatalla Abdelraouf, Maat for Peace, Egypt

· Barbara Nakijoba, Uganda Youth Development Link

· Q&A

Concluding remarks by Billy Batware, UNODC Civil Society Unit

 
Interpretation in Arabic and French will be available.
We invite all interested parties to join the event on May 18 from 1:10 to 2:00 pm (CET).