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Title: Thirteenth United Nations Congress


1
  • Thirteenth United Nations Congress
  • on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice
  • Ancillary Meetings and Non-governmental
    Activities
  • Introduction to the Congress
  • In cooperation with UNODC, The United Nations
    Program Network Institutes, ISPAC and the
    Government of Qatar

2
Full Participation 2010 figures
  • 3,887 individuals participated in the Congress
  • 148 individuals registered as representing NGOs
  • 1,140 individuals registered as individual
    experts many of them also represented a variety
    of NGOs.
  • 36 NGOs were officially represented at the
    Congress
  • 132 nations participated
  • 13 UN Institutes participated
  • 25 Intergovernmental organizations (in addition
    to 5 Specialized, i.e. World Bank, IMF, etc.)
    participated

3
Separate Help and Secretariat Services
4
A Full Range of Criminal Justice Subjects
5
90/- Ancillary Meetings
6
The Ancillary Meeting Process
  • Two volunteer rapporteurs attend each ancillary
    meeting
  • Make sure the panel and participants have all
    they require in terms of equipment and support
  • Count the audience and note any issues
  • Obtain copies of all papers and visuals (panel
    members are informed in advance of this)
  • Take notes of the session formal presentations
  • Take notes of the audience discussion

7
As soon as the Ancillary Meeting ends
  • Rapporteurs go to Ancillary Meeting Room Office
    (working under supervision of UN-qualified
    editor)
  • Prior to the next morning prepare a summary
    report of the session (see copies of reports)
  • Session chair has until noon the next day to
    review the session report and offer corrections
  • Report is completed and with copies of relevant
    visuals and papers placed in an electronic file
    which delegates can request

8
Interest Forms
9
Sorting Criteria
10
Detailed Program for Delegates, Students,
Observers, Media
11
PNI Delegate Information Center
  • Help with any question on an issue of criminal
    justice
  • Personalized Help from Trained Support Staff

12
Specialized Meetings
13
Intensive Training
14
Expert Panels for Question and Answers on
Specific Topics
15
Exhibits NGOs, Governments, Academic Private
Organizations
16
Publications and papers of experts
17
Report
  • Final report is prepared and ready for
    distribution at the next meeting of the UN Crime
    Commission
  • It is hoped that this can be an electronic
    distribution on flash drives to save costs and to
    include all presentations, PowerPoints and
    visuals
  • It will be our goal to have a flash drive with
    all presentations, PowerPoints and visuals to
    distribute to delegates at the final session of
    the Congress

18
For Information Updates
  • Garyhill_at_cegaservices.com
  • www.un-congress.org
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