Category: UNGASS

Call for Nominations for open positions on the Civil Society Task Force on Drugs.
The Commission on Narcotic Drugs (CND) will again host a number of thematic discussions on the implementation of specific chapters of the outcome document (English, Français, Español, العربية,中文, русский) of the United Nations General Assembly Special Session (UNGASS) on the world drug problem. For each chapter there will be one ore more panels followed by interactive […]
The dates for the CND thematic discussions regarding the UNGASS Follow-Up Process are here:
Recommendations for Zero-Draft of UNGASS Outcome The Civil Society Task Force for UNGASS 20161 respectfully submits these recommendations and priority areas for inclusion in the UNGASS outcome document. These recommendations are based on a preliminary compilation of the results the Global Civil Society Survey, which was distributed to NGOs all over the world, as well […]
Building on the success of the Beyond 2008 initiative and after reviewing best practices of civil society involvement in other recent high-level United Nations General Assembly meetings, the Vienna NGO Committee on Drugs (VNGOC) and the New York NGO Committee on Drugs (NYNGOC) collaborated on setting up the Civil Society Task Force (CSTF). After a […]
Thank you all for your valuable input. The results of the survey can be found here. The UNGASS 2016 Global Civil Society Survey was designed to provide an initial assessment on the civil society work in the field of drugs, as well as to measure the awareness and level of knowledge and interest in participating actively at […]
UNGASS The United Nations General Assembly held a Special Session (UNGASS) on drugs on April 19th -21st, 2016 (UNGASS 2016).  This was the most significant opportunity to hold a global and in-depth discussion on drugs in almost 20 years. The beneficial role civil society played in the preparation for this meeting has been widely acknowledged by the United Nations. […]
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