TitleEnhaced regional cooperation to reduce the risks of drug abuse.
Urges all States and relevant organizations to strengthen their efforts to cooperate with the UN International Drug Control Programme in the development and implementation of subregional strategies and to give meaning and substance to the UN Decade against Drug Abuse; encourages regions to explore the need for, and cost benefits of, mechanisms designed to support multi-agency approaches, such as regional conferences that periodically bring together health, law enforcement and other relevant agencies, including non-governmental organizations; encourages initiatives and projects designed to establish effective regional networking to combat drug abuse.
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. 29-30 - (ESCOR, 1995, Suppl. no. 1).