Apr 14, 2015 — Al Bidah. 1. Workshop 1 (continued) [item 3]. Committee II. [webcast]. 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.. First Meeting. Al Zubbara. 1. Workshop 2 Trafficking in

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No. 4 Tuesday, 14 April 2015 Journal – Programme of meetings and agenda www.crimecongress.org Official meetings Tuesday , 1 4 April 2015 Plenary [webcast] 10 a.m. 1 p.m. Sixth meeting Plenary Hall 1. High -level segment (continued) 3 p.m. 6 p.m. Seventh meeting Plenary Hall 1. Successes and challenges in implementing comprehensive crime prevention and criminal justice policies and strategies to promote the rule of law at the national and international levels, and to support sustainable development [item 3] (A/CONF.222/3, A/CONF.222/4, A/CONF.222/5, A/CONF.222/6, A/CONF.222/ PM.1 ) The Journal of the Thirteenth United Nations Congress on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice appears every morning. It contains the agenda for the day and various announcements. Delegations wishing to include an announcement should contact the Secretary of the Congress: Jo Dedeyne (jo.dedeyne@unodc.org), c/o Regina Rohrbach (regina.rohrbach@unodc.org)

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Committee I [webcast] 10 a.m. 1 p.m. Third Meeting Al Bidah 1 . Workshop 1 ( continued ) [item 3] Committee II [webcast] 10 a.m. 1 p.m. First Meeting Al Zubbara 1 . Workshop 2 Trafficking in persons and smuggling of migrants: successes and challenges in criminalization, in mutual legal assistance and in effective protection of witnesses and trafficking victims [ item 4] ( A/CONF.222/11, A/CONF.222/PM.1, A/CONF.222/RPM.1/1, A/CONF.222/RPM.2/1, A/CONF.222/RPM.3/1 and A/CONF.222/RPM.4/1 ) 3 p.m. 6 p.m. Second M eeting Al Zubbara 1 . Workshop 2 ( continued )

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Other meetings The information below is reproduced as received and does not imply any opinion or endorsement by the Secretariat of the United Nations. The meetings under this header are closed. Tuesday , 1 4 April 2015 EU Coordination Meeting 2 3 p.m. Closed meeting Laffan

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Other activities The information below is reproduced as received and does not imply any opinion or endorsement by the Secretariat of the United Nations. Tuesday , 1 4 April 2015 High Level Events 9 10:30 a.m. The UN Voluntary Trust Fund for Victims of Trafficking in Persons: Achievements and Challenges Five Years On ( UNODC) Auditorium 3 1.15 – 2 .4 5 p.m. United Nations Rule of Law Assistance in Conflict – and Post – Conflict Settings: The Global Focal Point Arrangement (UNODC, DPKO and UNDP) Al Bidah 2 .15 – 3 .4 5 p.m. Cybercrime: The Global Response (UNODC) Barzan 3 .30 – 5 . 00 p.m. Strengthening national and international cooperation in preventing and countering terrorist financing Al Bidah 5 .30 – 6 . 3 0 p.m. Implementation of the UN Principles and Guidelines on Access to Legal Aid in Criminal Justice Systems: Follow – up on the Johannesburg Declaration Auditorium 3 Ancillary Meetings 9 10 a.m. Police reform and the basic principles on the use of force (UNODC) Room 105 10.3 0 12 a.m. Moving Away from the Death Penalty (UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights) Auditorium 1 10.3 0 12 a.m. Ethical and Cooperative Behavior (Self/TD Financial) Room 106 10.3 0 12 a.m. Combating Wildlife Trafficking on the Internet (United States of America) Room 104 10.3 0 12 a.m. Cross Border crime (Jesmin Agricom Pvt. Ltd) Room 101 10.3 0 12 a.m. Cybercrime in Latin America (Conference of Ministers of Justice of Iber – American Countries (COMJIB)) Room 105 10.3 0 12 a.m. Peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development (Academic Council on the United Nations System) Auditorium 2 10.3 0 12 a.m. – 2015 agenda: Peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development (Academic Council on the United Nations System) Auditorium 3 10.3 0 12 a.m. Financial Crime Investigation: best practices and innovative technologies (UNODC and Brazilian Government) Room 102 10.3 0 12 a.m. Combating Wildlife Trafficking on the Internet (United States of America) Room 104 10.3 0 12 a.m. Security Governance Risks (UNICRI) Barzan 10.3 0 12 a.m. Sexual Violence against Women: Strengthening Preventive Steps (Jindal Istitute of Behavioural Sciences at O. P Jindal Global University) Room 103 1 2.30 p.m. Improving the Quality of Crime and Justice Statistics – New Standards and Tools (Thailand Institute of Justice and Korean Institute of Criminology) Room 104 1 2.30 p.m. International cooperation in criminal matters in the XXIth century: towards a new approach? (International Association of Penal Law (AIDP) – International Institute of Higher Studies in Criminal Sciences (ISISC)) Room 102 1 2.30 p.m. The Anti – Corruption Campus: Education and Professional Training for Implement ing the Sustainable Development Goals (International Anti – Corruption A cademy (IACA) ) Barzan 1 2.30 p.m. Implementing Victim Rights and Victim Services: Human Rights, Best Practices, Performance Standards and Training (International Organization for Victim Assistance) Room 103 1 2.30 p.m. Revision of the UN SMRs for the Treatment of Prisoners ( Penal Reform International ) Auditorium 1

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1 2.30 p.m. Breaking the Chain between Corruption and Organised Crime in the Post – 2015 Development Agenda ( Government of Norway, UNODC Civil Society Team, UNCAC Coalition and the Global Initiative against Transnational Organized Crime ) Room 106 1 2.30 p.m. Improving the quality of Crime and Justice Statistics New Standards and Tools (Thailand Institute of Justice and Korean Institute of Criminology) Room 104 1 2.30 p.m. Clarifying the definition of trafficking in persons (UNODC & Government of Switzerland) Auditorium 3 1 2.30 p.m. Fragile States, Cycles of Violence and Development: The Role of Women (Bellagio Forum for Security & Development, and International Society for Criminology) Auditorium 2 1 2.30 p.m. SMALL IS BEAUTIFUL: Best Practices in Juvenile Corrections (CGL – RicciGreene Associates) Room 105 3 4.30 p.m. Tackling crime without the death penalty (Amnesty International) Room 104 3 4.30 p.m. Scientific evidence and religious belief in support of the adoption of the 2016 – 2030 Sustainable Developments Goals by the United Nations General Assembly (Academic Council on the United Nations System) 3 4.30 p.m. Transnational Crimes and Justice (Academy of criminal justice sciences) Room 105 3 4.30 p.m. Linking Criminal Justice System Reform with the Wider UN Goals (David Bennet Consulting) Auditorium 3 3 4.30 p.m. Gender – sensitive monitoring and oversight of prison systems ( Penal Reform International / Raoul Wallenberg Institute ) Auditorium 2 3 4.30 p.m. Best practices at international borders: addressing smuggling, irregular migration and human trafficking (Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women, and other NGOs and International Organisations) Auditorium 1 3 4.30 p.m. An International perspective on Cybercrime: complexities and way forward Room 103 3 4.30 p.m. Mobility for Field Based Investigations & Evidence Collection ( Microsoft Corporation ) Room 101 3 4.30 p.m. Trafficking in persons and smuggling of migrants: the successful experiences in the field of criminality (Bureau of investigation and public prosecution) Room 106 5 6.30 p.m. Children of Incarcerated Parents (Friends World Committee for Consultation) Auditorium 1 5 6.30 p.m. Child Friendly Justice in the Arab world (Defence for Children International – Middle East and North Africa Regional Desk) Room 106 5 6.30 p.m. Different approaches to address criminality due to substance use/abuse Barzan 5 6.30 p.m. Reducing Deliberate Acid and Kerosene Attacks on Young Women and Girls in the Indian Subcontinent and Elsewhere Room 102 5 6.30 p.m. The role of Tunisia’s justice system in democracy – building ( Avocats Sans Frontières (ASF) ) Room 104 5 6.30 p.m. The experience of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in the fight against drugs Room 103 5 6.30 p.m. Educating Succeeding Generations for Justice: The 2030 Road to Dignity Auditorium 2 5 6.30 p.m. The role of international legal networks in the fight against transnational crime (Red Iberoamericana de Cooperación Jurídica Internacional (IberRed)) Room 105 Exhibition UNODC organized exhibitions Global Container Control Programme SHERLOC knowledge management portal and cybercrime repository Human Trafficking and Smuggling of Migrants UN Voluntary Trust Fund for Victims of Trafficking in Persons Global Firearms Programme Sahel Programme Justice Section The Freedom to Look (LPO Brazil) Global Programme on Wildlife and Forest Crime Exhibition Hall

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Summary of official meetings Monday , 13 April 2015 Plenary Third meeting High – level segment (continued) The meeting was chaired by Her Excellency Cristina Ramírez Chavarría. Ministra Justicia y Paz of Costa Rica. Statements were made by His Excellency His Excellency His Excellency of Justice of Nicaragua; His Excellency Galo Chriboga Zambrano, General Prosecutor of Ecuador; His Excellency Ashraf Rifi, Minister of Justice of Lebanon; Her Excellency Tea Tsulukiani, Minister of Justice Georgia; Mamadou Gnénéma Coulibaly, Garde des Sceaux, Ministre de la Justice, des Droits d His Excellency Okello Henry Oryemi, Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs of Uganda; His Excellency Mohammed BusharaDousa, Minister of Justice of Sudan; His Excellency Sayed Yousuf Halim, Acting Minister o f Justice of Afghanistan; His Excellency Ghanim bin Fadhel Al – Buainain Minister for Shura Council and House of Representatives Affairs of Bahrain; His Excellency Mohamed Salah Ben Aissa, Minister of Justice of Tunesia; His Excellency Tayeb Louh, Ministre de la Justice of Algeria; Her Excellency Pelonomi Venson – Moitoi, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of Botswana; Her Excellency Thelma Esperanza Aldana Hernández, Fiscal General de la República of Guatemala; His Excellency Yaacoub Ab dulmohsen Al – Sanaa, Minister of Justice and Min ister of Awqaf & Islamic Affairs of Kuwa it. Fourth meeting High – level segment ( continued ) The meeting was chaired by His Excellency Yaacoub Abdulmohsen Al – Sanaa , Minister of Justice and Minister of Awqaf & Islamic Affairs of Kuwait. Statements were made by His Excellency Shri D. V. Sadananda Gowda Hon’ble Union Minister for Law and Justice of India; His Excellency Ibrahim Al Jaafari, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Iraq; His Excellency El Mostafa Ramid, Ministre de la Justice et des Libertés Publiques of Morocco; His Excellency José Eduardo Ayú Prado, Magistrado, President de la Corte Suprema de Justicia de la República de Panamá; His Excellency Wijeyadasa Rajapa kshe, His Excellency Garvin Edward Timothy Nicolas, Attorney General of Trinidad and Tobago; His Excellency Bam Dev Gautam, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Home Affairs of Nepal; His Excellency Davies Mwila, Minister of Home Affairs of Zambia; His E xcellency Umar Naseer, Minister of Home Affairs of the Maledives; His Excellency Aminu Bashir Wali, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Nigeria; Her Excellency Neneh M acdouall – Gaye , Minister of Foreign Affairs of Gambia; Her Excellency Fatma Abdulhabib Fereji, Minister of State of the United Republic of Tanzania; His Excellency Abdullahi Ahmed Jama, Minister of Justice of the Somali Republic; His Excellency Valentin Ry bukorr, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Belarus; Her Excellency Aurea Roldan Martin, Undersecretary from the Ministry of Justice of Spain; His Excellency Kim Joo – Hyun, Vice Minister of Justice of the Republic of Korea; His Excellency John Jeffery, Deputy Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development of South Africa; His Excellency Mohamed Abdghani Iwaiwi, Attorney General of the State of Palestine. Fifth meeting The evening session will be included in the next journal.

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Committee I First Meeting The Committee is chaired by Mexico . The first meeting was chaired by His Excellency Roberto Rafael Campa Cifrian, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Interior of Mexico . Mark Rutgers Van der Loeff , Permanent Mission of the Netherlands to the United Nations in Vienna , was elected Vice – Chairperson. Jeanne Mrad, First Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Lebanon was elected Rapporteur. justice in support of effective, fair, humane and accountable criminal justice systems: experiences and lessons learned in meeting the unique needs of women and chi ldren, in particular the treatment Opening remarks were made by Claudia Baroni, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC ); Morten Kjaerum, Director, Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Hu manitarian Law (RWI), Terutoshi Yamashita, Director, United Nations Asia and Far East Institute for the Prevention of Crime and the T reatment of Offenders (UNAFEI). Presentations were made by HRH Princess Bajrakitiyabha Mahidol of Thailand ; Taghreed Jaber, Regional Director, Middle and Northern Africa Office , Penal Reform International (PRI); Maria Noel Rodriguez, Prison Reform Team Coordinator, UNODC ROPAN, Uju Agom oh, Executive Director, Prisoners Rehabilitation and Welfare Action (PRAWA), Nigeria ; Kittipong Kittayarak, Executive Director, Thailand Institute of Justice, Kelly Blanchette, Director General, Mental H ealth Branch, Correctional Service Canada; Sandra Fer ná ndez, Academic Director, Regional Penitentiary Academy , Office of the Attorney General of the Dominican Republic ; Second Meeting Panel I (continued) Presentations were made by Sara Robinson, Deputy Director, National Probation Service, United Kingdom and Masako Natori, Director of Facilities Division, Ministry of Justice, Japan . A p resentation was made by Marta Santos Pais, Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary – General on Violence against Children .

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General information Registration and credentials Delegations are invited to refer to the Information for Participants (document A/CONF.222/INF/1). In accordance with rules 1 – 3 of the provisional rules of procedure for the Thirteenth Congress, the delegation of each State participating in the Congress should consist of a head of delegation and such other representatives, alternate representatives and advisers as may be required. The credentials (full name as per passport, title, address and e – mail address) of representatives, alternate representatives and advisers should be issued either by the Head of State or Government or by the Minister for Foreign Affairs and submitted in hard copy to the Secretary of the Congress, c/o Tatiana Jehl (room 210). Any change in the composition of delegations should also be submitted, in writing, to the Secretary of the Congress. Advance scanned copies of credentials sh ould be sent by e – mail to the Secretariat of the Congress ( 13crimecongress@unodc.org ) for registration purposes. Participants who do not complete the pre – registration procedure must follow the normal proce dure of having a photograph taken and a badge issued upon their arrival at the registration area of the Qatar National Convention Centre. As part of the security arrangements, all participants in the Congress will be required to present their invitation s or credentials together with their passports at the entrance before proceeding to the registration area of the Conference Centre, to register and collect their security passes for the Congress. Security passes must be worn visibly at all times at the Con gress venue. All persons and their bags/luggage will be screened at the entrance to the Conference Centre. The registration desk will then be open as follows: 14 to 19 April 2015: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Given the large number of participants expected for the Congress, delegates and representatives arriving during the week before the opening of the Congress are encouraged to register as early as possible. It is strongly recommended that delegations submit to the Secretariat the names of ministers or other de legates of similar or higher rank in advance in order to expedite preparation of VIP badges and minimize inconvenience. The badges of Heads of State, Heads of Government and ministers will be issued without photograph. Those badges will be ready for collec tion by an authorized person at the registration desk upon arrival. Questions regarding VIP badges should be sent by e – mail to Oleg Strelnikov (oleg.strelnikov@unvienna.org) of the United Nations Security and Safety Service. List of speakers The provisional list of speakers has been established by drawing of lots during an intersessional meeting of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, held in Vienna on Thursday, 26 March 2015. For further information, please contact Doris R esch (e – mail: doris.resch@unodc.org and sgb@unodc.org ). Languages and documentation Delegations are invited to refer to the Information for Participants (document A/CONF.222/INF/1). The six official languages of the Thirteenth Congress are Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish. Statements made in a language of the Congress during the plenary meetings and the meetings of Committee I and Committee II will be interpreted into the other languages of the Congress. A representative may speak in a language other than the languages

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of the Congress if he or she informs the Secretariat beforehand and provides for interpretation into one of the official languages of the Congress. Official United Nations documents of the Congress will be made available in the six official languages of the Congress. Each seat in the Congress halls in which simultaneous interpretation is available will be provided with a portable receiving set and a headphone. Participants are requested not to remove these from the meeting rooms so that the equipment may be checked and, if necessary, batteries may be recharged before the next meeting takes place. diture and limit environmental impact through the digitization of conference materials and publications, pre – session documents will be available at the Congress venue in limited number. Each delegation will receive a single, complete set of the documents i n the language of its choice. Delegates are therefore kindly requested to bring their own copies of the pre – session documents to the Congress. UNODC has prepared documents to facilitate consideration of each item of the provisional agenda of the Congress, as well as background papers for the workshops. In addition, the Congress will have before it other documents, such as the discussion guide and the reports of the regional preparatory meetings. Those documents may be downloaded from the UNODC website for t he Thirteenth Congress (www.unodc.org/congress/en/documentation.html). Memory sticks containing pre – session documentation and publications related to the Congress will be distributed to participants at the Congress registration area. Participants will re ceive only one memory stick at the time of picking up their Congress badge. The main documents distribution counter will be located on the ground level in front of Exhibition Halls 1A and 1B of the Qatar National Convention Centre. Each delegation will b e assigned an individual pigeonhole at the documents distribution counter, in which all documents issued during the Congress will be placed. To determine exact requirements for in – session documents, each delegation is requested to advise the documents dist ribution counter of its requirements, specifying the number of copies of each document needed and the language (or languages) in which it wishes to receive them during the Congress. The quantity requested should be sufficient to cover all requirements, as it will not be possible to request additional copies. National statements and/or position papers prepared by participating States will be distributed at the Congress in the languages and quantities provided by the Governments. Information and media Regular United Nations media facilities will be available at the Thirteenth Congress, including a press centre and a press briefing room. Interpretation from and into English and Arabic will also be available for press briefing rooms. Media representati ves wishing to cover the Thirteenth Congress must apply for accreditation before or during the Congress. Completed accreditation application forms must be accompanied by a copy of a press card and/or a letter of assignment, issued on paper with an official organization. Representatives of the media are strongly encouraged to register online in advance to avoid delays entering the Congress venue: www.unis.unvienna.org/unis/en/media /media_accreditation.html. The media accreditation counter in the Qatar National Convention Centre will be open starting Wednesday, 8 April 2015. Media representatives who have not pre – registered online, can register directly at the press registration co unter in the Centre. Representatives are reminded to bring all required original documents. Accredited media representatives will receive a special press pass allowing them access to the meetings, the ancillary meetings and the press working area. Press passes will be issued at the site of the Congress.

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