Thematic Discussions of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice on the implementation of the Kyoto Declaration
05-07 Dec 2022 (GMT+1)
During its thirtieth regular session in May 2021, the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice adopted by consensus a resolution
entitled “Fourteenth United Nations Congress on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice”,
through which the Commission approved the Kyoto Declaration
and recommended, through the Economic and Social Council, its endorsement by the General Assembly. Following the workplan
, the first thematic discussion
was held on 10-12 November 2021 in a hybrid format and focused on pillar I of the Kyoto Declaration, “Advancing Crime Prevention”, including addressing the causes, including the root causes, of crime, evidence-based crime prevention, tailor-made crime prevention strategies, addressing the economic dimension of crime, mainstreaming a gender perspective into crime prevention, children and youth in crime prevention, and youth empowerment for crime prevention.
THEMATIC DISCUSSIONS ON PILLAR II
Thematic discussions on Pillar II: Advancing the criminal justice system will be held from 5 to 7 December 2022.
Thematic session 1: Safeguarding victims’ rights and protecting witnesses and reporting persons; Improving criminal investigation processes (5 December 2022)
Thematic session 2: Improving prison condition; Reducing reoffending through rehabilitation and reintegration (6 December 2022)
Thematic session 3: Mainstreaming a gender perspective into criminal justice systems; Addressing the vulnerabilities of children and youth in contact with the criminal justice system (7 December 2022)
Please click here to access the presentations and statements made during the 2022 CCPCJ Thematic Discussions on the implementation of the Kyoto Declaration. (available in due course)
CCPCJ Thematic Discussions on the Implementation of the Kyoto Declaration, 5-7 December 2022, Background Paper (available in due course)
Please click the photos below to access the biographies of the panelists and experts for the 2021 CCPCJ thematic discussions. (available in due course)
RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE FIRST GLOBAL YOUTH FORUM FOR A CULTURE OF LAWFULNESS
The Recommendations of the Second Global Youth Forum for a Culture of Lawfulness (Kyoto, 3-4 December 2022), will be symbolically handed over to the Commission during the Opening Session of the Thematic Discussions on 5 December 2022.