The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime was founded in 1997 with the purpose of providing a platform for debating and combating pressing global issues such as organized crime, drugtrafficking, crime prevention, drug abuse, terrorism, and criminal justice reform. It utilizes three major pillars to accomplish this goal: cooperation between nations, solutions-oriented research, and the implementation of treaties, rules, and laws that address these issues in the most efficient manner. Any delegate interested in discussing the complex, interconnected issues surrounding these highly delicate topics should consider the UNODC.
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