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Report of the Secretary-General on the work of the Organization 69 Annual drug seizures Seizures (metric tons) Prevalence of drug use Number of people who use drugs (millions) 0 150 300 450 600 750 900 1 050 1 200 1 350 1 500 1 650 20 15 20 16 19 95 20 00 20 05 20 10 19 90 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 20 13 20 14 20 15 20 16 20 07 20 08 20 09 20 10 20 11 20 12 20 06 208 211 203 210 226 240 243 246 247 255 275 Amphetamine-type stimulants Cannabis-type Cocaine-type Hallucinogens Non-specified Opioids Precursors Sedatives and tranquillizers Solvents and inhallants Substances not under international control GLOBAL DRUG USE AND SEIZURES 275 million people worldwide used drugs at least once during 2016.
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Score: 1231914.55 - https://www.un.org/annualreport/2018/pdf/en/drug-control.pdf
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REVISED DRAFT ANNUAL REPORT QUESTIONNAIRE: PART THREE. EXTENT, PATTERNS AND TRENDS IN DRUG USE
Class of drug Type of drug Any illicit drug All illicit drugs and substances under international control, including prescription opioids, stimulants, tranquilizers and sedatives, that are misused or used for non-therapeutic purposes. (...) ? “Ecstasy”-type substances ? ? ? Prescription stimulantsd (non-prescription/non-therapeutic use) ? (...) ? “Ecstasy”-type substances ? ? Other stimulants (specify)e ?
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Score: 1212260.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...=UNODC/CND/EG.1/2010/12&Lang=E
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WORLD SITUATION WITH REGARD TO DRUG ABUSE
Globally, an increasingly multifaceted picture of drug use is emerging, with the use of synthetic substances and non-medical use of prescription drugs such as opioids, tranquillizers and prescription stimulants replacing the use of traditional drugs. (...) The misuse or non-medical use of tranquillizers and sedatives such as benzodiazepines and barbiturates remain high and, at times, higher than that of many illicit substances. Among the 103 countries that have provided information to UNODC on the non-medical use of tranquillizers and sedatives through the annual report questionnaire, nearly 60 per cent ranked them as among the three most misused types of substances in their country, while nearly 15 per cent of countries4 ranked them as the most commonly misused substances.
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Score: 1195020.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=E/CN.7/2014/3&Lang=E
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Novicki Afrique Renouveau : Juillet 1997 Le Secrétaire général propose une 'révolution tranquille' View: Le Secrétaire général propose une 'révolution tranquille' Par Margaret A.
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Score: 1188606.9 - https://www.un.org/africarenewal/fr/author/margaret-novicki
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Humanitarian corridor Specific routes and logistical methods agreed upon by all relevant parties to allow the safe passage of humanitarian goods and/or people from one point to another in an area of active fighting. Days of tranquillity A mechanism used primarily by UNICEF, often in collaboration with WHO, to enable children to have access to health care during conflict, for example to undertake national immunization campaigns or other exclusively humanitarian activities. Days of tranquillity require the agreement of all relevant parties to grant access to and not interfere with the work of medical and other personnel during the designated days.
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Score: 1175444.3 - https://www.unocha.org/sites/u...Documents/AccessMechanisms.pdf
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ECLAC - Caribbean ECLAC visit to Tranquility ECLAC visit to Tranquility ECLAC Caribbean A team from the ECLAC Port of Spain office visited the Tranquility Government Primary School in Port of Spain and the Diamond Vale Government Primary School in Diego Martin on 30 September – 01 October, to share information on how the students can better prepare themselves and their families to prevent, recognize the signs, and deal with disasters.    
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Score: 1172791.2 - https://www.cepal.org/en/news/...nidad-students-about-disasters
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ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COUNCIL OFFICIAL RECORDS, 48TH SESSION : 1659TH MEETING, TUESDAY, 24 MARCH 1970, NEW YORK
Whereas in the past attention had been foc used mainly on the traditional narcotic drugs already subject to inter· national treaties, there was now equal concern over the even more rapidly growing abuse of dangerous psychotropic substances such as LSD, amphetamines, barbiturates and tranquillizers , which were not under international control. (...) The draft Protocol proposed in chapter III of the Commission's report would supplement the 1961 Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs1 by bringing hallucinogens, amphetamines, barbiturates and tranquillizers under inter- national control. The draft Protocol was based on three principles: that each country should be able to limit the kind and quantity of psychotropic substances used within its borders to what it needed for scientific and medical purposes; that each country should ensure the national regulation of such substances in accordance with the international agreement; and that the degree of control to be applied to barbiturates and tranquillizers should not unduly burden the licit trade in such substances. (...) PHILON (Greece) said that, although his country had no serious problem with narcotic drugs in general or with the psychotropic substances in particular, it was worried that the abuse of such substances might spread from the rich to the poor countries, especially in view of the increasing number of such substances and the ease of transporting them.
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Score: 1146140.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...f/get?open&DS=E/SR.1659&Lang=E
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SUMMARY RECORD (PARTIAL) OF THE 753RD MEETING, HELD ON MONDAY, 18 FEBRUARY 1974
Some countries nevertheless placed psychotropic substances under control; in France, for instance, tbe use of and - 7 - EjCN. 7 /SR. 753 trade in LSD, psilocybine, injectible amphetamines and other substances were subject to the same prohibitions as narcotic drugs. (...) OCH (Australia) said that the main substances abused in Australia were alcohol, cannabis, hypnotics, tranquilizers and stimulants. (...) The medical prescription of sedatives 9 tranquillizers and anorectics had declined following warnings given to doctorP about the habit-forming dangers of those substances. 1rh8Te ·JJere only a fei·J isolated cases of hallucinogen abuse in Sweden.
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Score: 1131969.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...t?open&DS=E/CN.7/SR.753&Lang=E
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Pharmacological effects 13 e. Endogenous substances 14 5. Residue Evaluation Procedures 15 a. (...) An estimate of the fraction of the ingested amount of the antimicrobial substance available to the bacteria in that part of the intestine. (...) These endogenous substances occur naturally in humans and as such, exert hormonal effects in humans.
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Score: 1129831.25 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...-30_JECFA_Procedures_MRLVD.pdf
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What people can report: Dirt and dirt in public space Deposits and congestion Cumbersome parking Presence of a wreck or a suction cup vehicle Noise Odor nuisance of professional origin Light pollution Disturbance of tranquility in a garden or municipal equipment Abusive, unauthorized or illegal business activities " Country: France Institution: Paris Category: Smart City Focus: E-Service Technology: Website Links: https://www.paris.fr/lutte-contre-les-incivilites <<<< BACK TO ALL CASES Quick Links   Home Who We Are Our Mandates CEPA News & Media Related Links   UNPAN UNPOG UN DESA United Nations General Assembly Resources DPIDG Projects Publications Capacity Development Programme Management Office UN News Centre UN Web TV Contact Us Division for Public Institutions and Digital Government (DPIDG), UNDESA. dpidg@un.org   2 UN Plaza, New York, NY 10017     Copyright | Terms of Use | Privacy Notice | Contact
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Score: 1129796.7 - https://publicadministration.u...nt/Compendium/CompendiumID/642
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