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  1. Preparing for the UN General Assembly Special Session on the World Drug Problem

    22 July 2015 - Event

    What are the key points of debate for UNGASS? What are the possible outcomes? How can we prepare for this important event?

  2. Peoples Mobilizations for a UN Treaty on TNCs inside and outside the UNHRC

    06 July 2015 - Event

    Social movements and organizations from Africa, Asia, Latin America, US, Canada and Europe will be present in Geneva to launch a week of mobilizations to support the process of building this Treaty that carries the potential of providing needed access to justice and compensation for victims of corporate violations.

  3. Remembering Praful

    08 July 2015 - Event
  4. Studentendebat: Is TTIP gezond?

    25 June 2015 - Event
  5. Días de Movilización

    08 June 2015 - Event
  6. How will TTIP change our world?

    17 June 2015 - Event
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    CND 2015 Side Event: E-Book of Authorities

    13 March 2015 - Event

    Ebook_AuthoritiesThe “E-Book of Authorities” is a civil society-led project to catalogue agreed UN statements and language on a selection of key topics. It aims to show the extent of existing international support for evidence-based drug policies, and to support international drug policy discussions, debates and negotiations.

    Mozart Room (in the Restaurant), Vienna International Centre

    E-Book of Authorities

     

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    Drug policy innovations in the Americas

    12 March 2015 - Event

    SideEventCNDIn recent years, the Americas have been at the forefront of calls for a meaningful review of traditional approaches to drug control based on tough law enforcement and incarceration. The region has borne many of the costs of this approach, including enduring prison overcrowding, violence, and the proliferation of organised criminal organisations. Past policies have caused considerable health and social harms as well. Forced crop eradication programmes have only contributed to cycles of poverty and punitive responses to drug consumption have expanded in lieu of public health approaches.

    Side Event "Drug policy innovation in the Americas"

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