2 edition of Drug-free ASEAN 2015 found in the catalog.
Drug-free ASEAN 2015
by United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Regional Centre for East Asia and the Pacific in Bangkok, Thailand
Written in English
|Contributions||United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. Regional Office for East Asia and the Pacific.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 111 p. :|
|Number of Pages||111|
|LC Control Number||2008450175|
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They called it “Drug-Free ASEAN by ” It was proclaimed many times by ASEAN leaders: We would be ushered into a miraculous new era of the only region in the world where the scourge of narcotics. Drug-Free ASEAN Status and Recommendations 1. Introduction.
The ASEAN Secretariat and the UNODC Regional Centre for East Asia and the Pacific implemented a joint project funded by the United States of America and Japan to assess the feasibility of achieving a Drug-Free ASEAN by This model focuses on the process of adaptation actions of a country as a response to changes in the external and internal research shows that Indonesias efforts to realize the Drug-Free ASEAN is take some actions both internally and externally to combat drug : Letizia Charissa Sigalingging, Saiman Pakpahan.
In early Septemberthe Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) held a meeting in Brunei Darussalam for ministers with responsibility for drug control issues to discuss the mid-term review of the strategy for a drug-free ASEAN by The Report focused on progress and gaps in response towards achieving the objective of Drug-Free ASEAN by The workshop agreed that the vision of a drug-free ASEAN is to successfully and effectively control illicit drugs and mitigate its negative consequences to society.
These include significant and sustainable reductions in: 3. Intensify concerted efforts to realize the vision and druggoal of a -free ASEAN Community by as a highpriority Drug-free ASEAN 2015 book of ASEAN- by tasking relevant Ministers to speed up the implementation of the ASEAN Work Plan on Combating Illicit Drug Production, Trafficking, and Use and the Roadmap for an ASEAN Community () on drug-free ASEAN by 2.
Peran Penting Parlemen dalam Mencapai Drug-free ASEAN HUBUNGAN INTERNASIONAL. ASEAN Statistics Leaflet – Selected Key Indicators ASEAN Economic Community Chartbook – Juragan12 T+ ASEAN Economic Community Chartbook – Home / Joint Declaration for a Drug-Free ASEAN Joint Declaration for a Drug-Free ASEAN WE, the Foreign Ministers of the ASEAN Member Countries representing Brunei Darussalam, the Republic of Indonesia, the Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Malaysia, the Union of Myanmar, the Republic of the Philippines, the Republic of Singapore, the Kingdom of Thailand, and the Socialist Republic of Vietnam.
ASEAN’s silence on the harsh anti-drug measures is also rooted in the unrealistic goal of creating a drug-free environment, which is enshrined in the ASEAN Charter signed by member states in In their ASEAN Vision document, member states aim to free the region from illicit drugs Author: Asmin Fransiska.
Drug-Free ASEAN Status and Recommendations 1 Introduction The ASEAN Secretariat and the UNODC Regional Centre for East Asia and the Pacific implemented a joint project funded by the United States of America and Japan to assess the feasibility of achieving a Drug-Free ASEAN by ASEAN Statistical YearBook (ASYB) – ASEAN Statistical YearBook (ASYB) – Juragan12 T+ ASEAN Statistical YearBook (ASYB) – Gallery.
ASEAN Statistical YearBook (ASYB) – ASEAN Statistical YearBook (ASYB) – Juragan12 T+ ASEAN Statistical YearBook (ASYB) – This advocacy note, drafted by the International Drug Policy Consortium, offers analysis and recommendations to contribute to the development of a post- ASEAN drug strategy that can meet the expectations of the ASEAN Secretary-General in being innovative, prompt to adapt to changing and challenging circumstances, and global in its outlook.
ASEAN Community by The ASEAN Community is comprised of three pillars, namely the ASEAN Political-Security Community, ASEAN Economic Community and ASEAN Socio-Cultural Community, all expected to work in tandem in establishing the ASEAN Community.
To achieve the ASEAN Community, ASEAN is guided by the ASEAN Charter, a firmFile Size: 2MB. Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), organization established by the Bangkok Declaration (), linking the nations of Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand.
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Beginning with a review of the illicit drugs situation in Cambodia and South-East Asia and its human consequences, the CCTV News piece concludes with a frank assessment of the prospects for a 'Drug-free ASEAN by ' by ASEAN Secretary General Dr.
Surin Pitsuwan. The commitment to “Drug-Free ASEAN ” gave the region a clear objective, while the ACCORD Plan of Action outlined a roadmap toward achieving it.
A “drug-free world” was the goal of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), a hopeless irony given the region’s flourishing drug trade. Between and. Transnational crime has the potential of eroding this central belief thereby affecting the political, economic and social well being of ASEAN.
In recognizing the detrimental effects of transnational crime, ASEAN countries have taken concerted efforts to combat such crime since early s.
However, the “drug-free ASEAN ” vision did not materialise. The ASEAN Senior Officials on Drug Matters (ASOD) has been the main ASEAN body responsible for handling drug-related matters in the region. It is the main body for monitoring the implementation of the ASEAN Work Plan on Securing Communities Against Illicit Drugs ASEAN's current drug policies in need of a rethink.
The vision for a "drug-free ASEAN by " did not materialize for the most part because the aim was unrealistic, not because the level of.