Newsletters, Journals, Bulletins: Drugs & Crime
Drugs & Crime
Bulletin on Narcotics
The "Bulletin on Narcotics" - issued by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) - is a United Nations journal that has been in continuous publication since 1949. It is printed in all six official languages of the United Nations: Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish. The Bulletin provides information on developments in drug control at the local, national, regional and international levels that can be of benefit to the international community.
The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) has launched enews@UNODC, a new electronic newsletter to inform about the latest news on UNODC and international drugs and crime issues. enews@UNODC targets a wide variety of audiences, including NGOs, national authorities, journalists, researchers and anyone who wants to keep up to date with the latest activities of UNODC in drugs and crime.
Forum on Crime and Society
The "Forum on Crime and Society" presents policy-oriented articles on crime prevention and criminal justice. It focuses on trends and practices in the field of criminal justice that are of special significance to the international community. Issued by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and published twice yearly in all six official languages of the United Nations: Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish.
Freedom From Fear (F3)
Freedom From Fear (F3) is a quarterly magazine on international affairs that aims to offer a forum for serious discussion on the hottest topics of the international community. F3 is published by UNICRI, a United Nations institute operating in the field of crime prevention and criminal justice.
Perspectives, the UNODC magazine, aims to bring its readers closer to the people behind the broad issues of drugs, crime and terrorism. The drug and crime industries are worth billions of dollars and have the power to erode the rule of law in the hardest-hit countries. Both fuel terrorism. Besides providing in-depth coverage of these overarching themes, Perspectives will talk to farmers striving to make a living away from drugs, to addicts and former criminals who want to make a fresh start, and to families and communities that are making a difference around the world.
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Last update: 24 June 2009