Civil society questionnaires and other resources
The GI-TOC developed a civil society questionnaire that mirrors the self-assessment questionnaire that will be completed by states parties under review. The questionnaire is designed to support civil society in giving input as to how their countries are implementing the UNTOC and its protocols, and tackling organized crime. Civil society actors can fill in an interactive online questionnaire that will informs the GI-TOC’s research and analysis, and can also be used as a basis for official submission to governments under review.
The questionnaire as completed by you can be used to guide your own engagement with your country. It provides a framework for non-governmental individuals and groups to respond and to submit these inputs to the government under review and share them with other national and international stakeholders as required.
Constructive Dialogues on FirearmsRegister here by 12 February 2023
Constructive Dialogues on Technical AssistanceRegister here by 12 February 2023
13 - 31
SE4U Self-paced course
The next SE4U Self-Paced course for civil non-governmental stakeholders’ engagement in the review mechanism of the UNTOC will take place from 13 March to 31 May 2023 (in Arabic, English, French and Spanish). This course focuses on the implementation of UNTOC and its Review Mechanism, and can be completed at your own pace and time during a period of six weeks. The workload is approximately 18,5 hours. It will be facilitated by an educational expert and certificates will be awarded to participants who complete at least 80% of the course.
4 - 6
Workshop on the UNTOC Self-assessment Questionnaire
The objective of this workshop is to give an in-depth overview of the implementation of the UNTOC Review Mechanism, particularly the self-assessment questionnaire. It will be held in Arabic, English, French and Spanish. It includes expert presentations and breakout sessions. Certificates of successful completion will be awarded to participants who complete the workshop.
Constructive Dialogue on FirearmsRegister until 17 March 2022
Constructive Dialogue on International Cooperation and Technical AssistanceRegister until 17 March 2022
Constructive Dialogue on Smuggling of Migrants and Trafficking in PersonsRegister until 8 May 2022
15 - 30
UNODC SE4U Self-Paced Course in Arabic, French and Spanish
The next SE4U Self-Paced course for civil non-governmental stakeholders’ engagement in the review mechanism of the UNTOC will take place from 15 March to 30 April 2022 (in Arabic, French and Spanish only). UNODC invites you to nominate people from your organizations to take part. This course focuses on the implementation of UNTOC and its Review Mechanism, and can be completed at your own pace and time during a period of six weeks. The workload is approximately 18 hours. It will be facilitated by a dedicated SE4U expert and selected SE4U alumni might be considered to participate in follow-up activities.
4 - 6
UNODC SE4U Online Workshop
The SE4U online workshop for non-governmental stakeholders’ engagement in the review mechanism of the UNTOC will take place from 4 April to 6 April 2022 (in English, Arabic, French and Spanish). The aim of the workshop is to prepare participants to contribute to the general review and to the constructive dialogues. The training will be held in virtual format and conducted using Microsoft Teams. It will involve live plenaries, interactions in breakout groups and Q&A sessions. It is possible that due to COVID-19 regulations the training take place in a hybrid mode
26 - 4
SE4U Self-paced courseRegister here
15 - 17
Workshop on the UNTOC Self-assessment QuestionnaireRegister here by 6 October 2022
Civil Society Briefing and Needs Assessment on the Ad Hoc Committee on Cybercrime
This event aims to facilitate multistakeholder engagement at the “Ad Hoc Committee to Elaborate a Comprehensive International Convention on Countering the Use of Information and Communications Technologies for Criminal Purposes”, discuss areas of possible further coordination and identify the needs of Civil Society Organizations to continue to meaningfully engage in the AHC. The event takes place at the margins of the CCPCJ intersessionals on 5 December 2022 at 13:45-14:45 CET in a hybrid format.