United Nations Office On Drugs and Crime | Free Film Clips
by United Nations Office On Drugs and Crime
The United Nations Offices of Drugs and Crimes (UNODC) has free film clips and various b-roll from around the world highlighting their anti-drug activities. The UNODC helps the international community confront a host of menaces, including illicit drugs, threats to security and health and new and emerging crimes.
UNODC Specific Areas Of Focus:Organized crime and trafficking
-- UNODC helps Governments react to the instability and insecurity caused by crimes like the smuggling of illicit drugs, weapons, natural resources, counterfeit goods and human beings between countries and continents. It is also addressing emerging forms of crime, such as cybercrime, trafficking in cultural artefacts and environmental crime.Corruption
- Corruption is a major impediment to economic and social development, UNODC partners with the public and private sectors, as well as civil society, to loosen the grip that corrupt individuals have on government, national borders and trading channels. In recent years, the Office has stepped up its efforts to help States recover assets stolen by corrupt officials.Crime prevention and criminal justice reform
-- UNODC promotes the use of training manuals and the adoption of codes of conduct and standards and norms that aim to guarantee that the accused, the guilty and the victims can all rely on a criminal justice system that is fair and grounded on human rights values. A strong rule of law will also instill confidence among citizens in the effectiveness of the courts and the humanness of the prisons.Drug abuse prevention and health
-- Through educational campaigns and by basing its approach on scientific findings, UNODC tries to convince youth not to use illicit drugs, drug-dependent people to seek treatment and Governments to see drug use as a health problem, not a crime.Terrorism prevention
-- On this issue, UNODC is moving towards a more programmatic approach that involves developing long-term, customized assistance to entities involved in investigating and adjudicating cases linked to terrorism.
To view the latest video releases and download free b-roll and film clips from UNODC website: