Government, Youth and UN Agencies launch 100 days against trafficking in persons campaign in Kyrgyzstan
“100 Days Against Trafficking in Persons” is a national awareness raising campaign among public on trafficking in persons and irregular migration in Kyrgyzstan which runs in all oblasts of Kyrgyzstan from 10 September till 10 December 2018 under the “YOUTH STANDS FOR THE CAMPAIGN” slogan.
“100 Days against Trafficking in Persons” – Awareness Raising Campaign set to inspire action to prevent human trafficking
Interview with Koen Marquering, Manager of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Criminal Justice Program in Central Asia
UNODC supports Kyrgyz Ministry of Interior in new Anti-Drug Law Development
CNS of the Ministry of Interior of the Kyrgyz Republic in partnership with UNODC conducted a two-day inter-agency working group meeting to discuss the draft law of the Kyrgyz Republic “On narcotic drugs, psychotropic substances and their precursors" from 6 to 7 September, 2018.
UNODC expert: “Strong family ties are good for the mental health of prisoners and help them prepare for their return to the community”
On 15 August 2018, the State Prison Service of the Kyrgyz Republic opened a new entrance facility in prison 47, the main prison in the capital city Bishkek.
Management of violent extremist prisoners in Kyrgyzstan: The Case of Prison 27
On 1 August, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) officially handed over a newly constructed laundry facility in prison 27 equipped with 3 large-capacity washing machines. The new facility was created with funding from the Government of Japan.
Nelson Mandela Centenary – UNODC promotes humane approach to prison management in Central Asia
On 18 July, Central Asian countries joined the rest of the world to mark Nelson Mandela International Day and raise awareness about prisoners being a continuous part of society and express appreciation to prison staff for their important work and service to their communities.
UNODC-WCO Global Container Control Programme donates two minibuses to Kyrgyz Customs Service
The UNODC - World Customs Organization (WCO) Global Container Control Programme (CCP) on 17 July 2018 donated two minibuses “Nisan Urvan” for use of the Port Control Units (PCU) of the Kyrgyz Customs Service under the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic.
UNODC supports the Kyrgyz Government in fight against drug trafficking
Some 50 representatives of governmental bodies, international organizations, civil society and media took part at the State Coordination Committee on drug control meeting held on 28 June, devoted to the 26 June – International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Drug Trafficking. The event was organized by the Kyrgyz Ministry of Interior in cooperation with the UNODC.
UNODC strengthens intelligence analytical capacity of Central Asian law enforcement agencies
Some 17 officers from analytical units of the law enforcement agencies of Kazakhstan🇰🇿, Kyrgyzstan️, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan🇺 were trained to conduct the operative information analysis with the help of analytical criminal intelligence software " ArcGis "and" IBM i2 " at the training from 18 to 22 June conducted in Kyrgyzstan.
Line Up, Live Up! UNODC launches awareness raising campaign on the power of sports as a tool for crime prevention
The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, in partnership with the State Agency for Youth, Physical Culture and Sports of the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic, launched four social, motivational videos aimed at fostering youth engagement in sports.
Balanced action on drugs and crime can mitigate development and security challenges for Central Asian countries
Zhenish Razakov, the Vice - Prime Minister of the Kyrgyz Republic, expressed particular concern about the close relationship between transnational organized crime, terrorism and illicit drug trafficking at the third meeting of the UNODC' Steering Committee for Central Asia for 2015-2019 that took place in Bishkek.
Kyrgyzstan launches improved data collection system to monitor gender-based violence and human trafficking
Kyrgyzstan’s authorities presented a new data collection system to monitor gender-based violence and human trafficking at a round-table organized in partnership with the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and the U.S. Government today in Bishkek.
UNODC enhances inter-agency cooperation between Counter Narcotics Agencies of Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan
The Counter Narcotics Service (CNS) of the Interior Ministry of the Kyrgyz Republic and the Counter Narcotics Directorate (CND) under Criminal Investigation Department of the Interior Ministry of the Republic of Uzbekistan conducted a two-day working meeting aimed at strengthening inter-agency cooperation in the field of countering transnational organized crime and illicit drug trafficking.
Prime Minister: “Social partnerships the way forward to prevent crime in the Kyrgyz Republic”
“Effective crime prevention mechanisms are key to ensuring our citizens’ safety”, said Sapar Isakov, the Prime-Minister of the Kyrgyz Republic at a UNODC-sponsored crime prevention forum gathering over 120 practitioners in early March in Bishkek.
Football against Violence, Crime and Drug Use in Kyrgyzstan
On International Women's Day, UNODC and FFKR hosted a Women's Football Tournament in Bishkek. 150 girls from Bishkek and various villages surrounding the Kyrgyz capital participated in the tournament, which was aimed at promoting civic values and disseminating the benefits of sport in keeping youth away from drugs, crime and violence.
The Government of Japan allocates US$6.2 million for improving maternal and child health, and drug control in the Kyrgyz Republic
With the contribution of US$6.2 million from the Government of Japan, the Kyrgyz Republic launched two new initiatives on Strengthening Maternal and Child Health Care Systems, which will be implemented by UNICEF, and another on Supporting Drug Control, which will be implemented by UNODC.
UNODC and the Mayor’s office of Bishkek city present a report on Public Safety in Sverdlovskii Rayon
For the first time in Kyrgyzstan, a joint plan is developed and discussed in an urban setting by the local government, the police and civil society rallied around a common goal - making the city safer for all its inhabitants.
UNODC supports the development of effective and transparent crime data collection systems in Kyrgyzstan
To support this initiative, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) recently provided the General Prosecutor’s Office with 50 new computers and other related equipment worth over 2 million Kyrgyz soms.
UNODC and Japan partner with Kyrgyzstan’s Prison Service to prevent violent extremism
With funding provided by the Government of Japan, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) has been working with Kyrgyzstan’s Prison Service to enhance prison security, promote social rehabilitation of offenders and prevent violent extremist ideas from spreading in prisons.
Statement of UNODC Executive Director, Yury Fedotov, on Safer Internet Day
Today is Safer Internet Day. A day celebrated globally each year to promote the safe and positive use of digital technology for children and young people.