Engagement, communication and participation of all the relevant local stakeholders remain among the most important tools for city officials to foster inclusive, resilient and law-abiding societies. A range of activities can reduce vulnerability and reinforce community resilience. These may require thinking innovatively about who may be able to contribute to community resilience, and bolstering the intervention capacities of communities themselves, including drawing on the resilience of groups that are often excluded, such as women and the youth, as well as members from the marginalised and vulnerable communities.
The Report on the Urban Safety Governance Assessment in Mathare, Nairobi City - The assessment aimed to identify local challenges and opportunities related to urban safety and good governance and develop appropriate strategies and policies... read more
COVID-19 Response & Complex Emergencies - UNODC co-convened the thematic session: 'Bolstering local action to control the pandemic and accelerate implementation' ahead of the High Level Political Forum 2020... read more
Urban Safety Governance Assessments in Chilanzar - UNODC’s Urban Safety Governance Assessment is currently underway and results of the Assessment are expected in the third quarter of 2020... read moreNewsroom