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narcotics | UN News Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Language العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español Português Kiswahili Other Hindi हिंदी Urdu Global UN News Global perspective Human stories Search Search Advanced Search Main navigation Home Africa Americas Asia Pacific Middle East Europe UN Art and Gifts History Corner Topics Peace and Security Economic Development Humanitarian Aid Climate and Environment Human Rights UN Affairs Women Law and Crime Prevention Health Culture and Education SDGs Migrants and Refugees In depth Interviews Features Photo Stories News in Brief The Lid is On UN Gender Focus UN and Africa UN Podcasts Secretary-General Spokesperson All Statements Selected Speeches Press Encounters Official Travels Media UN Video UN Photo Meeting Coverage Media Accreditation Webtv Audio and Subscription Audio Hub Subscribe Filter by: Audio Video narcotics Unsplash/Sharon McCutcheon Influencers encourage dangerous drug use: Narcotics board chief 10 March 2022 Interviews Facebook Twitter Print Email Social media influencers are glamourizing the use of cannabis, heroin and other controlled substances, and governments and companies need to do more to stop these kinds of messages being spread on popular platforms, the head of a UN-backed drug control body warned on Thursday. (...) UNIC Canberra Concerns raised over ‘poorly regulated’ medical cannabis programmes: UN-backed narcotics control board 5 March 2019 Interviews Facebook Twitter Print Email Concerned about legislative developments over the non-medical use of cannabis around the world, the International Narcotics Control Board (INCB) warned on Tuesday that “poorly regulated medical cannabis programmes” could allow supplies to be diverted illegally for purely recreational use, harming not helping users. (...) Audio 7'27" UN News/Elizabeth Scaffidi Recreational cannabis poses ‘significant’ health challenges to youth: drugs control body 5 March 2019 Health Facebook Twitter Print Email The UN-backed International Narcotics Control Board (INCB) warned on Tuesday that poorly regulated medical cannabis programmes could step-up the “recreational” use of the drug while diminishing public concern over its harmful effects.
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En 1996, on a saisi plus de 1 367 tonnes de cannabis, 2 524 tonnes de feuilles de cannabis (marijuana) et 813 tonnes de résine de cannabis (haschisch), soit plus de 4 700 tonnes de produits de cannabis, c'est-à-dire beaucoup plus que les 3 15 tonnes de cocaïne ou les 28 tonnes d'héroïne saisies en 1996. (...) Le cannabis d'Asie du Sud-Est fait également l'objet d'un trafic vers l'Australie, bien que ce pays ait sa propre production de cannabis, qui est importante. (...) En Amérique du Nord et en Europe occidentale, la consommation de cocaïne est désormais plus fréquente que celle d'héroïne. Cannabis La consommation de cannabis (fréquence annuelle) est estimée toucher 2,4% de la population mondiale.
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“These groups rely on illicit financial flows to expand and sustain their criminal activities”. © UNICEF/John Vink In Cambodia, cannabis is often laced with heroin and smoked by addicts. (...) This results in a drain on public resources and undermines efforts to mobilize funds for development. Cannabis legalization ‘contravenes drug conventions’ The legalization and regulation of the non-medical use of cannabis in some countries is flagged by the INCB as a cause for concern, with Ms. Pavadia insisting that “the legalization of the non-medical use of cannabis contravenes the drug control conventions”.
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The issue of access to cannabis for medical treatment received a high degree of attention in the US after a series of television documentaries on the beneficial effects of a cannabis derivative for children with Dravet syndrome, or treatment-resistant epilepsies, among other conditions.15 Dr. (...) Previously, therapeutic benefits of the cannabis extract had not been scientifically evaluated. (...) Approaches such as these are cost effective, evidence-based and have a positive impact on individual and community health.
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While there can be no single blueprint for successful and sustainable alternative development interventions, this issue of the Bulletin on Narcotics shows how alternative development can be most effective, how it can be better integrated within broader development and governance efforts, and how it can be linked more strongly to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Sustainable Development Goals.Bulletin on NarcoticsPeriodicals: PDF ISBN: 9789213633014PDF Embargo AOS Date: Wednesday, August 21, 2019PDF Sales Status: Active (active)Print ISBN: 9789211483031Print Embargo Actual On Sale: Monday, July 29, 2019Print Standing Order: Print US Standing Order Date: Wednesday, July 31, 2019Embargo: NoCreate PDF Web Record: Create Print Web Record: 0PDF File:  9789213633014_web.pdfIs Featured: Estimated Weight: 0.63Actual Weight: 0.63Print Subformat: Paperback perfect boundStart Chargeback: 0EPUB ISBN: 9789213582558Umoja short description: BKSBullNarc2017N1V61-ESDGs: 16. (...) This issue is about world cannabis situation, and looks at the technical aspects of cannabis production, cannabis consumption, and at what is known about cannabis markets in regions around the world, highlighting the universality of the problem, as well as at the impact of cannabis.Bulletin on NarcoticsPeriodicals: Print ISBN: 9789214480334Print Embargo Actual On Sale: Tuesday, August 26, 2008Print Standing Order: Embargo: NoCreate PDF Web Record: Create Print Web Record: 1Is Featured: Actual Weight: 0.64Print Subformat: Paperback perfect boundStart Chargeback: 0EPUB Sales Status: Inactive BULLETIN NARCOTICS V58 2006 (C) Language Chinese Add to cart $30.00UNODCPage Count: 164Drugs, Crime and TerrorismBulletin on Narcotics Vol.LVIII, No.1&2, 2006 (Chinese language) Review of the World Cannabis SituationThe Bulletin is a continuous publication since 1949, and provides information on developments in drug control at the local, national, regional, and international levels that can be of benefit to the international community. This issue is about world cannabis situation, and looks at the technical aspects of cannabis production, cannabis consumption, and at what is known about cannabis markets in regions around the world, highlighting the universality of the problem, as well as at the impact of cannabis.

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While there can be no single blueprint for successful and sustainable alternative development interventions, this issue of the Bulletin on Narcotics shows how alternative development can be most effective, how it can be better integrated within broader development and governance efforts, and how it can be linked more strongly to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Sustainable Development Goals.Bulletin on NarcoticsPeriodicals: PDF ISBN: 9789213633014PDF Embargo AOS Date: Wednesday, August 21, 2019PDF Sales Status: Active (active)Print ISBN: 9789211483031Print Embargo Actual On Sale: Monday, July 29, 2019Print Standing Order: Print US Standing Order Date: Wednesday, July 31, 2019Embargo: NoCreate PDF Web Record: Create Print Web Record: 0PDF File:  9789213633014_web.pdfIs Featured: Estimated Weight: 0.63Actual Weight: 0.63Print Subformat: Paperback perfect boundStart Chargeback: 0EPUB ISBN: 9789213582558Umoja short description: BKSBullNarc2017N1V61-ESDGs: 16. (...) This issue is about world cannabis situation, and looks at the technical aspects of cannabis production, cannabis consumption, and at what is known about cannabis markets in regions around the world, highlighting the universality of the problem, as well as at the impact of cannabis.Bulletin on NarcoticsPeriodicals: Print ISBN: 9789214480334Print Embargo Actual On Sale: Tuesday, August 26, 2008Print Standing Order: Embargo: NoCreate PDF Web Record: Create Print Web Record: 1Is Featured: Actual Weight: 0.64Print Subformat: Paperback perfect boundStart Chargeback: 0EPUB Sales Status: Inactive BULLETIN NARCOTICS V58 2006 (C) Language Chinese Add to cart $30.00UNODCPage Count: 164Drugs, Crime and TerrorismBulletin on Narcotics Vol.LVIII, No.1&2, 2006 (Chinese language) Review of the World Cannabis SituationThe Bulletin is a continuous publication since 1949, and provides information on developments in drug control at the local, national, regional, and international levels that can be of benefit to the international community. This issue is about world cannabis situation, and looks at the technical aspects of cannabis production, cannabis consumption, and at what is known about cannabis markets in regions around the world, highlighting the universality of the problem, as well as at the impact of cannabis.

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While there can be no single blueprint for successful and sustainable alternative development interventions, this issue of the Bulletin on Narcotics shows how alternative development can be most effective, how it can be better integrated within broader development and governance efforts, and how it can be linked more strongly to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Sustainable Development Goals.Bulletin on NarcoticsPeriodicals: PDF ISBN: 9789213633014PDF Embargo AOS Date: Wednesday, August 21, 2019PDF Sales Status: Active (active)Print ISBN: 9789211483031Print Embargo Actual On Sale: Monday, July 29, 2019Print Standing Order: Print US Standing Order Date: Wednesday, July 31, 2019Embargo: NoCreate PDF Web Record: Create Print Web Record: 0PDF File:  9789213633014_web.pdfIs Featured: Estimated Weight: 0.63Actual Weight: 0.63Print Subformat: Paperback perfect boundStart Chargeback: 0EPUB ISBN: 9789213582558Umoja short description: BKSBullNarc2017N1V61-ESDGs: 16. (...) This issue is about world cannabis situation, and looks at the technical aspects of cannabis production, cannabis consumption, and at what is known about cannabis markets in regions around the world, highlighting the universality of the problem, as well as at the impact of cannabis.Bulletin on NarcoticsPeriodicals: Print ISBN: 9789214480334Print Embargo Actual On Sale: Tuesday, August 26, 2008Print Standing Order: Embargo: NoCreate PDF Web Record: Create Print Web Record: 1Is Featured: Actual Weight: 0.64Print Subformat: Paperback perfect boundStart Chargeback: 0EPUB Sales Status: Inactive BULLETIN NARCOTICS V58 2006 (C) Language Chinese Add to cart $30.00UNODCPage Count: 164Drugs, Crime and TerrorismBulletin on Narcotics Vol.LVIII, No.1&2, 2006 (Chinese language) Review of the World Cannabis SituationThe Bulletin is a continuous publication since 1949, and provides information on developments in drug control at the local, national, regional, and international levels that can be of benefit to the international community. This issue is about world cannabis situation, and looks at the technical aspects of cannabis production, cannabis consumption, and at what is known about cannabis markets in regions around the world, highlighting the universality of the problem, as well as at the impact of cannabis.

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While there can be no single blueprint for successful and sustainable alternative development interventions, this issue of the Bulletin on Narcotics shows how alternative development can be most effective, how it can be better integrated within broader development and governance efforts, and how it can be linked more strongly to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Sustainable Development Goals.Bulletin on NarcoticsPeriodicals: PDF ISBN: 9789213633014PDF Embargo AOS Date: Wednesday, August 21, 2019PDF Sales Status: Active (active)Print ISBN: 9789211483031Print Embargo Actual On Sale: Monday, July 29, 2019Print Standing Order: Print US Standing Order Date: Wednesday, July 31, 2019Embargo: NoCreate PDF Web Record: Create Print Web Record: 0PDF File:  9789213633014_web.pdfIs Featured: Estimated Weight: 0.63Actual Weight: 0.63Print Subformat: Paperback perfect boundStart Chargeback: 0EPUB ISBN: 9789213582558Umoja short description: BKSBullNarc2017N1V61-ESDGs: 16. (...) This issue is about world cannabis situation, and looks at the technical aspects of cannabis production, cannabis consumption, and at what is known about cannabis markets in regions around the world, highlighting the universality of the problem, as well as at the impact of cannabis.Bulletin on NarcoticsPeriodicals: Print ISBN: 9789214480334Print Embargo Actual On Sale: Tuesday, August 26, 2008Print Standing Order: Embargo: NoCreate PDF Web Record: Create Print Web Record: 1Is Featured: Actual Weight: 0.64Print Subformat: Paperback perfect boundStart Chargeback: 0EPUB Sales Status: Inactive BULLETIN NARCOTICS V58 2006 (C) Language Chinese Add to cart $30.00UNODCPage Count: 164Drugs, Crime and TerrorismBulletin on Narcotics Vol.LVIII, No.1&2, 2006 (Chinese language) Review of the World Cannabis SituationThe Bulletin is a continuous publication since 1949, and provides information on developments in drug control at the local, national, regional, and international levels that can be of benefit to the international community. This issue is about world cannabis situation, and looks at the technical aspects of cannabis production, cannabis consumption, and at what is known about cannabis markets in regions around the world, highlighting the universality of the problem, as well as at the impact of cannabis.

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While there can be no single blueprint for successful and sustainable alternative development interventions, this issue of the Bulletin on Narcotics shows how alternative development can be most effective, how it can be better integrated within broader development and governance efforts, and how it can be linked more strongly to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Sustainable Development Goals.Bulletin on NarcoticsPeriodicals: PDF ISBN: 9789213633014PDF Embargo AOS Date: Wednesday, August 21, 2019PDF Sales Status: Active (active)Print ISBN: 9789211483031Print Embargo Actual On Sale: Monday, July 29, 2019Print Standing Order: Print US Standing Order Date: Wednesday, July 31, 2019Embargo: NoCreate PDF Web Record: Create Print Web Record: 0PDF File:  9789213633014_web.pdfIs Featured: Estimated Weight: 0.63Actual Weight: 0.63Print Subformat: Paperback perfect boundStart Chargeback: 0EPUB ISBN: 9789213582558Umoja short description: BKSBullNarc2017N1V61-ESDGs: 16. (...) This issue is about world cannabis situation, and looks at the technical aspects of cannabis production, cannabis consumption, and at what is known about cannabis markets in regions around the world, highlighting the universality of the problem, as well as at the impact of cannabis.Bulletin on NarcoticsPeriodicals: Print ISBN: 9789214480334Print Embargo Actual On Sale: Tuesday, August 26, 2008Print Standing Order: Embargo: NoCreate PDF Web Record: Create Print Web Record: 1Is Featured: Actual Weight: 0.64Print Subformat: Paperback perfect boundStart Chargeback: 0EPUB Sales Status: Inactive BULLETIN NARCOTICS V58 2006 (C) Language Chinese Add to cart $30.00UNODCPage Count: 164Drugs, Crime and TerrorismBulletin on Narcotics Vol.LVIII, No.1&2, 2006 (Chinese language) Review of the World Cannabis SituationThe Bulletin is a continuous publication since 1949, and provides information on developments in drug control at the local, national, regional, and international levels that can be of benefit to the international community. This issue is about world cannabis situation, and looks at the technical aspects of cannabis production, cannabis consumption, and at what is known about cannabis markets in regions around the world, highlighting the universality of the problem, as well as at the impact of cannabis.

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While there can be no single blueprint for successful and sustainable alternative development interventions, this issue of the Bulletin on Narcotics shows how alternative development can be most effective, how it can be better integrated within broader development and governance efforts, and how it can be linked more strongly to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Sustainable Development Goals.Bulletin on NarcoticsPeriodicals: PDF ISBN: 9789213633014PDF Embargo AOS Date: Wednesday, August 21, 2019PDF Sales Status: Active (active)Print ISBN: 9789211483031Print Embargo Actual On Sale: Monday, July 29, 2019Print Standing Order: Print US Standing Order Date: Wednesday, July 31, 2019Embargo: NoCreate PDF Web Record: Create Print Web Record: 0PDF File:  9789213633014_web.pdfIs Featured: Estimated Weight: 0.63Actual Weight: 0.63Print Subformat: Paperback perfect boundStart Chargeback: 0EPUB ISBN: 9789213582558Umoja short description: BKSBullNarc2017N1V61-ESDGs: 16. (...) This issue is about world cannabis situation, and looks at the technical aspects of cannabis production, cannabis consumption, and at what is known about cannabis markets in regions around the world, highlighting the universality of the problem, as well as at the impact of cannabis.Bulletin on NarcoticsPeriodicals: Print ISBN: 9789214480334Print Embargo Actual On Sale: Tuesday, August 26, 2008Print Standing Order: Embargo: NoCreate PDF Web Record: Create Print Web Record: 1Is Featured: Actual Weight: 0.64Print Subformat: Paperback perfect boundStart Chargeback: 0EPUB Sales Status: Inactive BULLETIN NARCOTICS V58 2006 (C) Language Chinese Add to cart $30.00UNODCPage Count: 164Drugs, Crime and TerrorismBulletin on Narcotics Vol.LVIII, No.1&2, 2006 (Chinese language) Review of the World Cannabis SituationThe Bulletin is a continuous publication since 1949, and provides information on developments in drug control at the local, national, regional, and international levels that can be of benefit to the international community. This issue is about world cannabis situation, and looks at the technical aspects of cannabis production, cannabis consumption, and at what is known about cannabis markets in regions around the world, highlighting the universality of the problem, as well as at the impact of cannabis.

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