Created in 1997 with an international mandate, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) has around 500 staff members working in 21 field offices across the world. Their basic mission is to “assist Member States in their struggle against illicit drugs, crime and terrorism.” It’s a broad mission, and in order to inform the public and policy experts about their work, they have created this site. In the center of the homepage, visitors will find recent reports of note, including their annual Word Drug Report. To the left-hand side, visitors will find all types of technical reports, data tables, and other related materials organized by theme, such as drug supply reduction and terrorism. Finally, users can also find employment opportunities with the UNODC or look at materials provided in languages such as Russian, Spanish, and French.


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