36 min

3. CND 2022 and Youth Forum 2/2 Sensible Drug Policy Show

    • Education

Tune in for the second part of our first episode where we cover what happened at this year's Commission on Narcotic Drugs (CND) 2022, featuring Róisín Downes, the Executive Director of SSDP International, and Iulia Vatau, the United Nations Global Fellow. 

In this episode you will hear about: 
Ways in which we fight to replace youth tokenism with meaningful participation in the UN drug policymaking How delegations broke many rules of the UN in protest of Russian war on Ukraine Our official statement to the CND, by our very own Iulia Vatau.  Want to support advocacy at the UN? This work is made possible by the generous support of our community of donors, comprising various foundations, businesses and individuals.  Your donation makes a difference! Donate to our fundraising campaign at this link: https://www.gofundme.com/f/donate-for-youth-advocacy-at-the-united-nations. 

Here is the statement made by Latvian representative that Róisín mentioned in the show: http://cndblog.org/2022/03/item-4-strategic-management-budgetary-and-administrative-questions-continued-2/

Sensible Drug Policy Show is a podcast created by Students for Sensible Drug Policy International where we share insights from young advocates at the forefront of local, national and international decision-making around drugs. Our network is an active force for reform in more than 30 countries around the world. From high-level meetings and negotiations at the United Nations, to grassroots initiatives, here’s an exclusive look at the opinions, challenges and successes of the most promising young leaders in drug policy. Hear from policy experts - both current students and alumni - who will share their experience, tips, and insider knowledge about the most recent developments in the field.

Follow our social media for recent accomplishments of young people at the Commission of Narcotic Drugs and the unique training opportunities we offer.

Instagram: @ssdpintl
Twitter: @SSDPIntl
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SSDPIntl/ 

Tune in for the second part of our first episode where we cover what happened at this year's Commission on Narcotic Drugs (CND) 2022, featuring Róisín Downes, the Executive Director of SSDP International, and Iulia Vatau, the United Nations Global Fellow. 

In this episode you will hear about: 
Ways in which we fight to replace youth tokenism with meaningful participation in the UN drug policymaking How delegations broke many rules of the UN in protest of Russian war on Ukraine Our official statement to the CND, by our very own Iulia Vatau.  Want to support advocacy at the UN? This work is made possible by the generous support of our community of donors, comprising various foundations, businesses and individuals.  Your donation makes a difference! Donate to our fundraising campaign at this link: https://www.gofundme.com/f/donate-for-youth-advocacy-at-the-united-nations. 

Here is the statement made by Latvian representative that Róisín mentioned in the show: http://cndblog.org/2022/03/item-4-strategic-management-budgetary-and-administrative-questions-continued-2/

Sensible Drug Policy Show is a podcast created by Students for Sensible Drug Policy International where we share insights from young advocates at the forefront of local, national and international decision-making around drugs. Our network is an active force for reform in more than 30 countries around the world. From high-level meetings and negotiations at the United Nations, to grassroots initiatives, here’s an exclusive look at the opinions, challenges and successes of the most promising young leaders in drug policy. Hear from policy experts - both current students and alumni - who will share their experience, tips, and insider knowledge about the most recent developments in the field.

Follow our social media for recent accomplishments of young people at the Commission of Narcotic Drugs and the unique training opportunities we offer.

Instagram: @ssdpintl
Twitter: @SSDPIntl
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SSDPIntl/ 

36 min