Dianova is an international NGO with consultative status to the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations (ECOSOC), and official partner of UNESCO. The Dianova Network operates in 11 countries across Europe and the Americas, developing innovative programs and projects in the fields of education, youth, addiction prevention and treatment, and in the area of social and community development.
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INCB Annual Report - Regional Highlights: Europe
Extract from the 2013 annual report from the International Narcotics Control Board (INCB) - Abuse of narcotic drugs stabilizing at historically high levels - emergence of new psychoactive drugs, mainly sold over the Internet - indoor cannabis cultivation increases - methamphetamine manufacture spreading - high prevalence of injecting drug use in a number of countries
"Each dollar spent on prevention and treatment can save up to ten dollars"
Dianova publishes this week some excerpts from The International Narcotics Control Board's Annual Report. The INCB is an independant control organ for the implementation and monitoring of the United Nations drug conventions. The INCB plays a critical role in monitoring enforcement of restrictions on psychtropic drugs, in particular through its annual report.
Dianova Joins CoNGO´s Board of Directors
Dianova International has been elected member of the Board of Directors of the Conference of NGOs in Consultative Relationship with the United Nations (CoNGO) for the upcoming three years. Together with Dianova, 19 other NGOs were elected to sit on the board. On behalf of the organization, Dianova representative Ms Elena Goti agreed to the appointment at CoNGO's General Assembly held in New York on 2 April – 4 April, 2014.
Roles of Dianova in the Field of Drugs at the UN
The UN office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) is the global leader in combating illicit drugs and international crime. Since 1997, UNODC assists member states in their struggle against illicit drugs, crime and terrorism and marks global priorities through two main commissions; the Commission on Narcotic Drugs (CND) and the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice.
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