Vienna NGO Committee

Welcome to the Vienna Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) Committee on Drugs (VNGOC) e-home!

  • Read the VNGOC wriiten statement to CND 2014 and then sign up to it.  Individuals and organisations very welcome.  You can also send an e-mail to with the subject line "Signing up to the VNGOC written statement" giving your name, the name of the organisation signing up, your city and country.
  • You can read the first output from the 2013 NGO Questionnaire here.  It has been submitted to  UNODC and CND as an input for development of the Political Declaration to be adopted at the High Level segment of CND in 2014
  • Read the VNGOC Guide to CND to see how you can contribute to the development of national and international drug policy, even if you cannot be present for the sessions of CND.
  • To see what is new, go to Updates on the top menu bar
  • To get  a brief introduction to our work, download our Brochure
  • To learn about the history, activities and organisation of the VNGOC go to "About the VNGOC" on the side menu bar
  • To know about the global NGO consensus on drug policy and practice facilitated by the VNGOC, go to "Beyond 2008 Forum" on the side menu bar for background documents and the consultation process or "Beyond 2008 Resolutions" for the global consensus documents
  • To get information about the UN drug control system and how NGOs can contribute, go to "CND 2013" on the side menu bar
  • To learn how you can contribute to the development of drug policy and practice nationally and internationally, go to "Advocacy" on the side menu bar
  • To become part of the VNGOC, download and return the membership application form.
  • To let others know about your events, download and return the notification form or let us have a short report about your activities and publications

 The VNGOC is pleased to have had the opportunity to contribute to the development of the World Drug Campaign and welcomes the focus on how different communities can take action to build vibrant, supportive and healthy environments.  We encourage you to add the logo to your own web site and to build your own campaign for the diverse communities with which you interact.


Michel Perron
Chair of the VNGOC