(Text by Sheila Vakharia) The CSTF, in consultation with Sheila Vakharia, Ph.D, developed a web-based Consultation survey in preparation for the 2019 Ministerial Segment on drugs in order to meaningfully solicit the input of NGOs from around the world. NGOs were invited to comment upon progress since the passing of the 2009 Political Declaration and Plan of Read more about CSTF Consultation Findings[…]
2018 January The Vienna and New York NGO Committees signed an MoU creating the CSTF March CSTF is specifically named in CND Resolution 61/10, cementing our role in the 2019 preparations May CSTF officially launched, following open calls to fill the vacant positions from 2016 June CSTF speakers made coordinated statements at the UNODC World Drug Report launches in Read more about CSTF Key Achievements[…]
We kicked off the the Ministerial Segment of the 62nd CND with a morning briefing for NGOs. The slides containing all information are available here: NGO Briefing Slides
The CSTF has published the full report of the Global Civil Society Consultation conducted in 2018. The report is available on the CSTF website.
In preparations for the ministerial segment of the 62nd session of the Commission of Narcotic Drugs (CND), to be held in 2019, the Commission hosted a number of thematic discussions in autumn. For each thematic segment 4-5 NGOs had the possibility to present their work and positioning. In order to ensure an inclusive, comprehensive and Read more about October & November Intersessionals[…]
At the October and November intersessional meetings of the 61st Commission on Drugs (CND) 22 civil society experts shared their work and viewpoints with the commission on various issues. Read their statements and watch their video messages!
At the September intersessional meeting of the 61st Commission on Drugs (CND) 15 civil society experts shared their work and viewpoints with the commission on various issues. Read their statements and watch their video messages!