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ILLICIT DRUG TRAFFIC AND SUPPLY, INCLUDING REPORTS OF THE SUBSIDIARY BODIES OF THE COMMISSION, AND THE IMPACT OF COMMUNICATION NETWORKS, SUCH AS THE INTERNET, ON THE DRUG PROBLEM : REPORT OF THE SECRETARIAT
The largest quantities of herbal cannabis continue to be trafficked in North America, while trafficking in cannabis resin remains largely focused on supplying European markets. 44. (...) After a more or less stable trend during the 1980s in the case of cannabis resin and wide fluctuations with a decreasing tendency in the case of herbal cannabis, seizure volumes of both drug types rose during the first half of the 1990s, but have stabilized since 1996. The current global level of seizure quantities for herbal cannabis is lower than the average level during the 1980s, but is still higher than during the early 1990s.
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Bottom: UN Volunteers in Roxas, Philippines, presents a seminar on herbal medicine in 1985. 96     93     94     95     96     97     98     99     100     101     102     103          
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Score: 1119246.7 - https://www.unv.org/files/basic-html/page98.html
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A wander through the kitchen may reveal Brazil nuts in your cupboard, gum arabic in your soda and liquorice in your herbal tea. Your bathroom may have lotions containing shea butter or skincare products made with baobab or argan oi l . (...) Consumers in the United States alone spent an estimated 11.3 billion dollars on herbal dietary supplements in 2020, while preliminary evidence suggests the COVID-19 pandemic has renewed interest in the use of wild species as ingredients in traditional and modern medicine. (...) Conservation status: near threatened Pygeum : Also listed in ingredients for medicines and herbal products as Prunus, African cherry, red stinkwood or African almond, this tree grows in forests across tropical Africa.
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Score: 1114594.8 - https://www.fao.org/newsroom/d...ients-vulnerable-plants-fao/en
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STATEMENT SUBMITTED BY THE EUROPEAN COALITION FOR JUST AND EFFECTIVE DRUG POLICIES (ENCOD), A NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION IN SPECIAL CONSULTATIVE STATUS WITH THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COUNCIL
We identify with those who were looking to free themselves from the grip of opiates however a side effect of the eventual elimination of this imperial trade in mind altering substances would cause cannabis to be no longer seen as a widely accepted ancient traditional herbal remedy and instead a dangerous narcotic. As we understand, India, with a long, bold, important and fascinating cannabis culture stood up for cannabis access and were at least able to protect the long standing practice of consuming preparations made from the leaves. (...) Among the victims of the government’s “war on drugs' : The disabled, the sick, and the dying being denied treatment that is known to relieve suffering and inadvertently replace those herbal treatments with deadly alternatives. Surely if physicians can be trusted to prescribe morphine, they can be trusted to employ cannabis in a safe, medically appropriate manner.
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Score: 1113121.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=E/CN.7/2021/NGO/6&Lang=E
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PROMOTING INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION IN RESPONDING TO THE CHALLENGES POSED BY NEW PSYCHOACTIVE SUBSTANCES :REVISED DRAFT RESOLUTION / AUSTRALIA, CROATIA, DENMARK (ON BEHALF OF THE EUROPEAN UNION), ISRAEL, JAPAN, MEXICO, NEW ZEALAND, PERU, PHILIPPINES, RUSIAN FEDERATION, TURKEY AND UKRAINE
E.11.XI.10). 2 V.12-51634 E/CN.7/2012/L.2/Rev.1 Recalling its resolution 48/1 of 11 March 2005, on promoting the sharing of information on emerging trends in the abuse of and trafficking in substances not controlled under the international drug control conventions, Recalling also its resolution 53/11 of 12 March 2010, on promoting the sharing of information on the potential abuse of and trafficking in synthetic cannabinoid receptor agonists, Recalling further the functions mandated to the World Health Organization, under the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs of 1961 as amended by the 1972 Protocol2 and the Convention on Psychotropic Substances of 1971,3 to provide medical and scientific recommendations to the Commission with regard to assessing the potential liability for abuse and ill effects of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances, Welcoming the 2011 report of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime entitled “Synthetic cannabinoids in herbal products”, which provides a comprehensive review and valuable recommendations in response to synthetic cannabinoids, Acknowledging the success of the global Synthetics Monitoring: Analysis, Reporting and Trends (SMART) programme of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime in improving understanding of the synthetic drug problem through monitoring the illicit manufacture and use of and trafficking in synthetic drugs, including emerging synthetic substances, and noting the progress in implementation of that approach, Acknowledging also the work of States members of the European Union, together with the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction, in developing effective processes for addressing new psychoactive substances, including an early warning system and risk assessment methodologies, 1. (...) Requests the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime to provide an update to its 2011 report entitled “Synthetic cannabinoids in herbal products”, addressing a wider range of new psychoactive substances, in addition to synthetic cannabinoids, and to take into consideration the creation of a compilation of new psychoactive substances encountered by Member States, to serve as an early warning advisory; 14.
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Anastasia Crickley_Concluding Remarks Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (CERD) Thematic Discussion on Racial Discrimination in today's world: Racial profiling, ethnic cleansing and current global issues and challenges. Geneva November 29th 2017 Concluding Remarks Anastasia Crickley Chairperson CERD Thank you for sharing the realities of racism in today's world and in particular for your incisive and insightful focus on racial profiling and ethnic cleansing. You have named the issues clearly from Libya to the USA, South America, Myanmar and Europe.
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Score: 1112046.6 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...rickley_ConcludingRemarks.docx
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It also presents options for timely and decisive response, including collective action, in accordance with the United Nations Charter and on a case-by-case basis, when national authorities manifestly fail to protect their populations from genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity ( A/66/874-S/2012/578 ). (...) As the Secretary-General has repeatedly emphasized, they reflect the overriding importance of addressing emerging risks of atrocity crimes, investing in prevention, and halting the escalation of serious violations of human rights and humanitarian law into genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity. When these measures fail and atrocity crimes do occur, the Secretary-General has consistently emphasized the responsibility of the international community to demonstrate its collective determination to end the most egregious forms of violence by responding in a timely and decisive manner. (...) History demonstrates that no society is immune to genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity. The responsibility to protect thus applies everywhere and at all times.
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Score: 1110457.9 - https://www.un.org/en/genocide...ention/secretary-general.shtml
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A Codex guideline on the herbal would recognise its status at an international level as a food. (...) Mr Agyapong has recently developed "Koankro", a herbal preparation for the management and cure of HIV/AIDS. (...) "More people have access to herbal medicine than ever before." The increased usage posed a problem, though.
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Score: 1107169.5 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/50017/en/
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