ISSDP will be taking part in the 66th United Nations Commission on Narcotics Drugs Meeting in Vienna from 13-17 March 2023. We are sending our first delegation as an ECOSOC registered organisation and sponsoring two key side events:
Friday 17th March 9:10-10:00 CEST
EXPLORING THE DYNAMICS OF DRUG MARKETS IN CONTEMPORARY TIMES
Link to the teams meeting | Flyer
Thursday 16 March 14:10-15:00 CEST
EMERGING RESEARCH ON PSYCHEDELIC THERAPIES AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS FOR POLICY
Other events at which ISSDP members are speaking are listed below:
Tuesday 14 March – 8:00-8:50am CEST
PRINCIPLE TO POLICY TO PRACTICE. IMPLEMENTING A HUMAN RIGHTS APPROACH WITH PEOPLE WHO USE DRUGS
Organized by the Release Legal Emergency and Drugs Service Limited with the support of Ghana, Norway, the Global Commission on Drug Policy and the International Centre on Human Rights and Drug Policy.
In person (M6) & online: https://bit.ly/3Jr7R6V
Tuesday 14 March – 8:00 -8:50am CET
URBAN DRUG POLICIES IN THE GLOBALISED WORLD: A LEXIMETRICAL FOCUS
Organized by the Nonviolent Radical Party, Transnational Transparty with the support of the European Coalition for Just and Effective Drug Policies.
Tuesday 14 March – 14:10-15:00 (CEST/Vienna)
UNDERSTANDING THE DRUG TRAFFICKING THREAT ALONG THE SOUTHERN ROUTE: SPECIAL FOCUS ON THE SOUTHERN AND EASTERN AFRICA REGION
Organised by the United Kingdom with the support of the UNODC, South Africa, Kenya, European Union, USA, Japan, GI-TOC.
Thursday, 16 March – 9.10-10.00 a.m.
MITIGATING THE RISKS OF CORPORATE CAPTURE FOR LEGAL CANNABIS MARKETS
Organized by the Transform Drug Policy Foundation with the support of the International Drug Policy Consortium, México Unido Contra la Delincuencia (MUCD), Health Poverty Action and the Norwegian Association for Safer Drug Policies.
In-person only (M0E07)
Thursday 16 March – 13:00-13:50 (CEST/Vienna)
THE FUTURE OF ILLICIT ECONOMIES IN AFGHANISTAN
Organised by the UNODC Division for Policy Analysis and Public Affairs, with the support of GI-TOC, London School of Economics and Political Science and University of Birmingham.
A link to other side events at CND66 is available here: