Call for Applications: Expert Consultations on the role of law enforcement in drug prevention in school settings

Deadline for Applications: 4th July 2021, 23.55 CEST

The Vienna and New York NGO Committees on Drugs (VNGOC & NYNGOC) are looking for at least one civil society expert with substantive experience on the topic, who can make a meaningful contribution at the level of implementation of such activities and the evaluation of effectiveness on prevention of substance use in schools.

About the Expert Consultations

The UNODC Prevention Treatment and Rehabilitation Section (UNODC PTRS)  is developing a guiding document aiming to improve the role of law enforcement in drug prevention in school settings, in support of CND resolution 61.2.

UNODC PTRS has so far published a Study Protocol for the Development of a Guiding Document Based on Experts’ Opinions. To kick start the process an initial virtual technical consultation meeting will be held July 13-16 from 1pm to 4pm (CEST, Vienna time). The meeting will be held in English, and no interpretation will be available. 

The Vienna and New York NGO Committees on Drugs (VNGOC & NYNGOC) have been asked to nominate one civil society expert to participate in the meeting and potentially the development of the guiding document. We are looking for experts with substantive experience on the topic, who can make a meaningful contribution at the level of implementation of such activities and the evaluation of effectiveness on prevention of substance use in schools. 

If you wish to be considered for nomination please fill out the the online application form and submit it no later than 4 July 2021, 11.55 p.m. CEST. 

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