Author: Sarah Pirker

The Vienna NGO Committee on Drugs (VNGOC) – the global network of nearly 300 NGOs with the purpose of coordinating and supporting meaningful participation at the CND and other fora – […]
The Vienna NGO Committee on Drugs (VNGOC) together with the UNODC Civil Society Unit invites you to participate in a two-part series of webinars to present and discuss UNODC’s demand […]
UNODC has recently launched its new five-year strategy, covering 2021-25. Recognising that a key to successful implementation of this Strategy will be the expanded use of partnerships with a broad range […]
Deadline for submitting questions: 24 March 2021, 23.45 CET As in previous years VNGOC is arranging Informal Dialogues with the Executive Director of UNODC, the President of INCB, the Chair […]
Inviting VNGOC members to nominate candidates for the upcoming board elections. DEADLINE: 8th March 2021 The term of the current Board of the VNGOC will expire in April 2021 and […]
In February 2021 the VNGOC together with the UNODC Civil Society Unit (CSU) the VNGOC held a webinar, introducing the International Drug Control Conventions and the roles of UNODC, INCB […]
On 17th December 2020, the UNODC Executive Director, Ms Ghada Waly, held an online meeting with three of the Vienna-based NGO committees to discuss the importance of civil society space […]
The application period of side events at the 64th CND starts on January 11. Make sure to prepare your application form in time!
The reconvened session of the 63rd CND took place 2-4 December 2020 in Vienna as a hybrid meeting, with only one representative of the 53 members of CND present in […]
The UNODC Civil Society Unit is collecting information about the positive impact of the work of NGOs working in the field of drug policy in order to further improve data […]
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