Collection of questions for the Informal Dialogues with the UNODC Executive Director and the President of the CoP
In preparation of the 11th session of the CoP to UNTOC, the Alliance of NGOs is organizing an Informal Meeting to brief its members and other civil society participants on the upcoming conference.
During its 30th session in May 2021, the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice (CCPCJ) formally adopted the Kyoto Declaration. Following the CCPCJ workplan, thematic discussions on Pillar II of the Kyoto Declaration: Advancing the criminal justice system will be held from 5 to 7 December 2022 in Vienna in a hybrid format. Deadline for applications for speaking slots: 23:59 CET (Vienna time) of 26 October 2022.
We kindly invite you to participate in this year's Global People's Assembly, which will take place online from Tuesday 20th September - Thursday 22nd September 2022.
Youth Consultation Preceding the 11th Session of the Conference of the Parties to the UN Convention Against Transnational Organized Crime (COP11) | Date: Thursday 13th October 2022
The deadline for the registration is September 18 2022.
eLearning course on the Kyoto Declaration
Once fully complete (by the end of 2022), WhatsOn Phase II will be more interactive and foster connections and networking between members globally through advanced features to help you make the most of the WhatsOn community.
SE4U Self-paced course - Deadline for registration: August 28, 2022 Workshop on the UNTOC Self-assessment Questionnaire - Deadline for registration: October 6, 2022
Statements at the intersessional meeting of the COSP to UNCAC on the achievements of the political declaration (September 5 -8)
All pre-recorded video statements, including transcripts, should be submitted by 26 August 2022.
CALL FOR WRITTEN SUBMISSIONS: Consultations of the Committee on NGOs with NGOs in consultative status with ECOSOC
The deadline for submitting written contributions is 31 August 2022
Information about side events: Eleventh session of the UNTOC Conference of the Parties, 17-21 October 2022
Application period: 5 July to 12 August 2022. Side events requests received after the deadline will not be considered.
The deadline is midnight time Sunday 12 June 2022 at 00:00 CET (Vienna time). We recommend that you apply upon receiving this call, even if your participation is not yet certain, as there will not be the possibility to apply at a later stage. Please note that the application letter should be placed on a letterhead of your organization and signed by the Head of your organization.
United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) has been working in Pakistan for over 35 years, in close collaboration with the Government of Pakistan and civil society, with the purpose of addressing development challenges, specifically related to drugs and crime. This kind of multistakeholder cooperation among UNODC, the Government of Pakistan and civil society brings about differentiated impacts on the ground. One such case is the Centre for Governance Research (CGR)-Pakistan – National Initiative against Organized Crime (NIOC). This organization is taking a leading role in convening governmental and non-governmental actors for the engagement in the Review Mechanism of the UN Convention against Transnational Organized Crime (UNTOC).
The Alliance brings together a broad network of civil society organizations contributing to the achievement of security and justice for all. It ensures that civil society are recognized and heard in advancing the crime prevention and criminal justice agenda and in designing, implementing and measuring results of relevant policies everywhere. Under the umbrella of the Alliance, cooperation among its members will be strengthened, reinforcing the expertise and vision of each of the members to add value and support the work of relevant international organizations, especially UNODC. The Alliance encourages its members in playing a key role towards the achievement of the SDGs, and in particular Goal 16 to “Promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all and build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels.”