This document, ‘The International Standards for the Treatment of Drug Use Disorders' is the work of UNODC and WHO to support Member States in their efforts to develop
and expand effective, evidence-based and ethical treatment for drug use disorders.
Campinas, uma cidade preocupada com a Prevenção do uso problemático de álcool e outras drogas, sediou um dos maiores Congressos sobre drogadição do mundo de 15 a 18 de junho de 2022.
UNODC supports introduction of Advanced Level of the Universal Treatment Curriculum for Substance Use Disorders in Central Asia
#CareInCrises - Addressing drug challenges in health and humanitarian crises on #WorldDrugDay with UNODC PTRS
Highlights from the 2022 UNODC World Drug Report: Implications for drug prevention, treatment and care responses
The rapid emergence of a large number of New Psychoactive Substances on the global drug market poses a significant risk to public health and a challenge to drug policy. Often, little is known about the adverse health effects and social harms of NPS, which pose a considerable challenge for prevention and treatment.
The UNODC Secretariat of the Governing Bodies is inviting all interested NGOs to attend a briefing about the Commission on Narcotic Drugs (CND) and the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice (CCPCJ).
Learn more about the newest trends regarding the World Drug Situation in this webinar for civi society. UNODC experts will present this year's World Drug Report 2022, giving an overview about the latest developments and diving into the newest available global data.
In the second part two civil society representatives will explain how they use the World Drug Report in their day-to-day work.