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Aumenta o uso de cocaína no Brasil, aponta relatório do Unodc | ONU News Skip to main content Bem-vindo às Nações Unidas Toggle navigation Language: العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español Português Kiswahili Outros Hindi हिंदी Internacional ONU News Perspectiva Global Reportagens Humanas Search the United Nations Pesquisar Pesquisa avançada Home África Américas Ásia e Pacífico Oriente Médio Europa Tópicos Paz e segurança Desenvolvimento econômico Ajuda humanitária Clima e Meio Ambiente Direitos humanos Assuntos sobre a ONU Mulheres Legislação e prevenção de crimes Saúde Cultura e educação ODSs Migrantes e refugiados Saiba mais Jornal da ONU Entrevistas & Clips África na ONU Reportagens Fotos Vídeos Secretário-geral Porta-voz Declarações Discursos Entrevistas a correspondentes Viagens oficiais Mídia ONU Vídeo ONU Foto ONU Webcast Cobertura de reuniões Credenciamento de imprensa Home África Américas Ásia e Pacífico Oriente Médio Europa Tópicos Paz e segurança Desenvolvimento econômico Ajuda humanitária Clima e Meio Ambiente Direitos humanos Assuntos sobre a ONU Mulheres Legislação e prevenção de crimes Saúde Cultura e educação ODSs Migrantes e refugiados Saiba mais Jornal da ONU Entrevistas & Clips África na ONU Reportagens Fotos Vídeos Secretário-geral Porta-voz Declarações Discursos Entrevistas a correspondentes Viagens oficiais Mídia ONU Vídeo ONU Foto ONU Webcast Cobertura de reuniões Credenciamento de imprensa   Assine gratuitamente Audioteca Aumenta o uso de cocaína no Brasil, aponta relatório do Unodc BR 26 junho 2013 Apreensão de cannabis no país também cresceu nos últimos anos; agência da ONU observa aumento “alarmante” de novas substâncias psicoativas no mundo. (...) Em quase 40%, o teste foi positivo para cocaína e em 32%, positivo para o cannabis. Mais da metade da cocaína apreendida no Brasil em 2011 era proveniente da Bolívia, seguida por Peru e Colômbia. (...) O Unodc afirma que a erva cannabis continua sendo a substância ilícita mais utilizada no mundo.
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Score: 1234272.9 - https://news.un.org/pt/story/2...asil-aponta-relatorio-do-unodc
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Audio - 3'5" Lista de reproducción UNODC/INTERPOL Ataques en Níger, atentados en Pakistán, cannabis en Uruguay... Las noticias del lunes 4 Enero 2021 Global La condena de los ataques a civiles en Níger, que han dejado cien muertos, y los atentados terroristas en el Baluchistán pakistaní, junto a las conversaciones entre la Junta Internacional de Fiscalización de Estupefacientes y Uruguay sobre la legislación relacionada con el uso del cannabis, y la muerte del diplomático Sir Brian Urquhart, uno de los fundadores de la ONU y de sus más destacados funcionarios, son las noticias más destacadas de las Naciones Unidas este lunes 4 de enero de 2021. (...) Audio - 2'40" Lista de reproducción © UNICEF/John Vink Los riesgos de la legalización del cannabis, a debate en el último informe mundial de estupefacientes 5 Marzo 2019 América Los expertos aseguran que la experiencia adquirida con el consumo de alcohol y tabaco parece indicar que la legalización del cannabis con fines medicinales hace que las personas consideren menos los riesgos de consumirlo, y aumenta la posibilidad de que caiga en las manos de menores.
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Score: 1233757.3 - https://news.un.org/es/news/to...w-and-crime-prevention/audio/1
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Destaque ONU News - 05 de março de 2019 | ONU News Skip to main content Bem-vindo às Nações Unidas Toggle navigation Language: العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español Português Kiswahili Outros Hindi हिंदी Internacional ONU News Perspectiva Global Reportagens Humanas Search the United Nations Pesquisar Pesquisa avançada Home África Américas Ásia e Pacífico Oriente Médio Europa Tópicos Paz e segurança Desenvolvimento econômico Ajuda humanitária Clima e Meio Ambiente Direitos humanos Assuntos sobre a ONU Mulheres Legislação e prevenção de crimes Saúde Cultura e educação ODSs Migrantes e refugiados Saiba mais Jornal da ONU Entrevistas & Clips África na ONU Reportagens Fotos Vídeos Secretário-geral Porta-voz Declarações Discursos Entrevistas a correspondentes Viagens oficiais Mídia ONU Vídeo ONU Foto ONU Webcast Cobertura de reuniões Credenciamento de imprensa Home África Américas Ásia e Pacífico Oriente Médio Europa Tópicos Paz e segurança Desenvolvimento econômico Ajuda humanitária Clima e Meio Ambiente Direitos humanos Assuntos sobre a ONU Mulheres Legislação e prevenção de crimes Saúde Cultura e educação ODSs Migrantes e refugiados Saiba mais Jornal da ONU Entrevistas & Clips África na ONU Reportagens Fotos Vídeos Secretário-geral Porta-voz Declarações Discursos Entrevistas a correspondentes Viagens oficiais Mídia ONU Vídeo ONU Foto ONU Webcast Cobertura de reuniões Credenciamento de imprensa   Assine gratuitamente Audioteca Destaque ONU News - 05 de março de 2019 BR ONU News Daniela Gross no Destaque ONU News 5 março 2019 Assuntos da ONU Neste #DestaqueONUNews , Unaids otimista com notícia de cura de um homem com vírus do HIV; especialistas das Nações Unidas alertam para desenvolvimentos no uso não medicinal de cannabis e para encerrar, ONU alerta que sem mudanças significativas, mais da metade das espécies marinhas podem ser extintas até 2100 (...) Assista aos vídeos no Youtube e ouça a rádio no Soundcloud Destaque ONU News | Unaids | cura | HIV | Nações Unidas | sede da ONU | Nova Iorque | Cannabis | uso não medicinal | espécies marinhas | extintas Matérias relacionadas Programa da ONU encorajado com anúncio de cura de paciente com HIV Entrevista: Luiz Loures Eventos na sede da ONU marcam Dia Internacional de Ioga Recursos Informação para parceiros ONU News Links Alertas para a mídia Jornal ONU Noticiário diário Cobertura de reuniões Biblioteca Audiovisual SECRETÁRIO-GERAL Reuniões com a Imprensa Todas as declarações Twitter do Secretário-Geral Viagens oficiais ESCRITÓRIO DO PORTA-VOZ Últimas declarações Destaques do Briefing Transcrição do Briefing Notas a correspondents ENCONTRE-NOS ONU News App Facebook RSS Twitter YouTube Contate a ONU News Navegando pelas notícias Nações Unidas Doe Facebook Twitter YouTube Instagram Soundcloud Podcast UN Social Media Índice A-Z Contato Copyright (Direitos de reprodução) Perguntas Mais Frequentes Alerta de fraude Nota particular Termos de utilização Facebook Twitter Instagram YouTube Soundcloud iTunes Cuentas Oficiales de la ONU  
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Score: 1222717 - https://news.un.org/pt/story/2019/03/1662911
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Some 200 million persons, or approximately 5 per cent of the world population aged between 15 and 64 years, used drugs in 2005. The number of cannabis users is now close to 160 million. And the number of users of amphetamines, opium, heroin and cocaine has also increased. (...) For the past decade, the Economic and Social Council has held a high-level debate on international cooperation to combat illicit production, supply, demand, trafficking and distribution in the context of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances, and member States have stressed the critical importance of the cooperation of the authorities and departments concerned at the international, regional and subregional levels in the effort to counter this cross-border scourge effectively. In this respect, they have commended the indefatigable efforts of the United Nations Drug Control Programme established in 1991.
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Score: 1208728.2 - https://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/p...nt_2006/hachani_19apr06_en.pdf
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SNA 2008) ▪ Could experimental estimates be released for emerging issues? (i.e. Cannabis in Canada) ▪ Need for Cloud based global platforms and tools Governance ▪ Multiple Expert Groups, Committees, Task Forces in Organisation with different mandates ▪ Relation / Hierarchy between them is not well defined ▪ Likely a duplication of efforts Membership and participation AUSTRALIA DENMARK SAUDI ARABIA BRAZIL MEXICO UNITED STATES AUSTRIA INDONESIA SOUTH AFRICA CANADA (chair) ADBAfDB ECA Eurostat IADB IMF ISDB OECD World Bank Italy Drivers for change to current system of Economic Statistics Digitization Globalization Sustainability Economic inequalities Economic well-being Climate change Household production Informal sector Human capital Objectives of the FOC Review the Governance to assess the efficiency and effectiveness and propose changes if needed Develop mechanisms on going communication between economists and statisticians Take stock of existing initiatives and make a recommendation to take these forwards in an update of the system of economic statistics Take forward issues of the statistical update that have already reached a high level of maturity Undertake global consultation to ensure all regions and sectors have input into the work of the FOCG Work plan and timeline Compile and analyse consultation results Nov 2019 Second meeting Dec 2019 Assess and propose updated system and possible governance changes Dec 2019 First report to the Commission March 2020 Final proposal on changes to system and governance structure Year 2 Final report to the Commission March 2021 Sept-Oct 2019 May 2019 First meeting Global consultation Annex – Who was consulted United Nations Statistical Commission Others Ottawa Group on Prices Indices Committee on Balance of Payments Statistics (BOPCOM, IMF) Delhi Group on Informal Sector Statistics Government Finance Statistics Advisory Committee (GFSAC, IMF) Wiesbaden Group on Business Registers Working Party on National Accounts (WPNA, OECD) Voorburg Group on Service Statistics Working Party on Financial Statistics (WPFS, OECD) London Group on Environmental Accounting STEWP (OECD) Oslo Group on Energy Statistics Working Party on International Trade in Goods and Services Statistics (WPTGS, OECD) Committee of Experts on Business and Trade Statistics Expert group Directors of macroeconomic statistics (DMES, Eurostat) Global Steering Committee on the implementation of the Global Strategy to Improve Agricultural and Rural Statistics Meeting of Experts on Labour Statistics (ILO) Committee of Experts on Environmental-Economic Accounting Expert Group on International Statistical Classifications Advisory Expert Group on National Accounts United Nations Regional Commissions
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Score: 1208728.2 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...c-statistics-friends-chair.pdf
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Such a policy kept users from going underground, enabled effective targeted policy measures and removed the glamour associated with drug use. (...) Fiji's drug problem is cannabis, which thrives in the country's tropical climate. (...) Cannabis is produced both for local consumption and export, while heroin and cocaine are usually in transit for other destinations.
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Score: 1194893.9 - https://www.un.org/press/en/1998/19980610.ga9421.html
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Many of the export restrictions were enforced in March/April 2020, a period marked by major global supply and demand shocks as well as transportation disruptions. Untangling these effects was a complex undertaking. It was further noted that more granular data would be required to do a more extensive analysis.  (...) Trade concerns The Committee addressed 18 trade concerns, new and previously raised, including: Sri Lanka's import ban on various products , raised by Australia, the European Union and Thailand Sri Lanka's import on palm oil , raised by Indonesia Angola's import-restricting practices , raised by the European Union and the United States Canada's restriction on the commercial importation of cannabis and cannabis products for medical use , raised by Colombia China's trade-disruptive and restrictive measures , raised by Australia The European Union's carbon border adjustment mechanism , raised by the Russian Federation and Indonesia The selective tax on certain imported products by Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates, Oman and Qatar , raised by the European Union, Switzerland and the United States India's import policies on tyres , raised by the European Union, Indonesia, Chinese Taipei and Thailand India's import restriction on air conditioners , raised by Japan and Thailand India's plain copier paper quality order 2020 , raised by Indonesia India's quantitative restrictions on imports of certain pulses , raised by Australia, Canada, the European Union and the United States Indonesia's import substitution programme , raised by the European Union Indonesia's customs duties on certain telecommunication products , raised by the European Union and the United States Mexico's import quota on glyphosate , raised by the United States Nepal's import ban on energy drinks , raised by Thailand Peru's tax treatment of pisco , raised by the United Kingdom The Philippines' special safeguard on instant coffee , raised by Indonesia The United States' quantitative restriction on steel and/or aluminium imports , raised by China Next meetings The next formal meeting of the Committee is currently scheduled to take place on 18 and 19 October 2022.
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Score: 1193339.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/ne..._e/news22_e/mark_05apr22_e.htm
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CHANGES IN THE SCOPE OF CONTROL OF SUBSTANCES: PROPOSED SCHEDULING RECOMMENDATIONS BY THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION ON CANNABIS AND CANNABIS-RELATED SUBSTANCES : COMMISSION ON NARCOTIC DRUGS 62ND SESSION : VIENNA, 14–22 MARCH 2019
The adverse effects of cannabis consumption are similar to those produced by THC alone. Most of the adverse effects associated with cannabis result from chronic use. (...) As a result of the effects on movement and cognition, cannabis use can impair driving.
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Score: 1190314.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=E/CN.7/2019/12&Lang=E
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CHANGES IN THE SCOPE OF CONTROL OF SUBSTANCES: PROPOSED SCHEDULING RECOMMENDATIONS BY THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION ON CANNABIS AND CANNABIS-RELATED SUBSTANCES
As a result of the effects on movement and cognition, cannabis use can impair driving. (...) The adverse effects of cannabis consumption are similar to those produced by Δ9-THC alone. (...) The evidence presented to the Committee did not indicate that cannabis plant and cannabis resin were particularly liable to produce ill-effects similar to the effects of the other substances in Schedule IV of the 1961 Convention.
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Score: 1189136.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=E/CN.7/2020/14&Lang=E
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This approach, quick and easy to learn, useful for all substances including alcohol and tobacco, but also cannabis, amphetamine-type stimulants, cocaine and opioids, and with its effectiveness demonstrated in different cultural settings, is set to become a keystone in the health care repsonse to substance use Subscribe to our newsletters → Related ASSIST package The ASSIST-linked brief intervention for hazardous and harmful substance use Self-help strategies - For cutting down or stopping substance abuse More ASSIST project phases: Phase I (1997-1999) Planning and ASSIST development. (...) Phase III (2002-2007) International study of effectiveness of a brief intervention linked to the ASSIST (randomized controlled trial). Phase IV (2008-2011) Development of effective and sustainable models of ASSIST-based interventions.
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Score: 1189062.7 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...03-2011-the-who-assist-package
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