TitleIntegration of demand reduction initiatives into a cohesive strategy to combat drug abuse.
Requests the Executive Director of the UN International Drug Control Programme, in consultation with Governments, appropriate UN agencies and non-governmental organizations, to define clearly their global strategy for demand reduction; also requests the Executive Director to develop a draft declaration on the guiding principles of demand reduction, for submission to the Commission at its 39th session and subsequently, through ECOSOC, to the General Assembly for adoption; requests the Executive Director to report to the Commission at its 39th session on the implementation of ECOSOC resolution 1994/3 of 20 July 1994; invites the International Narcotics Control Board to continue to report on progress and deficiencies in demand reduction programmes at the national level; requests the UN International Drug Control Programme to update the Resource Book on Measures to Reduce Illicit Demand for Drugs and to develop a glossary of terms to ensure a common understanding of terms.
Adopted at the 49th plenary meeting, 24 July 1995. In: Resolutions and decisions of the Economic and Social Council: organizational session for 1995, New York, 1 and 7-10 February 1995; resumed organizational session for 1995, New York, 4 and 5 May, 1 and 6 June 1995; substantive session of 1995, Geneva, 26 June-28 July 1995; resumed substantive session of 1995, New York, 25 October, 2 November and 12 December 1995 - E/1995/95 - p. 28-29 - (ESCOR, 1995, Suppl. no. 1).