Past events

  1. 14 Mar

    65th session of the CND

    From 14/03/2022 to 18/01/2022

    The 65th session of the Commission on Narcotic Drugs (CND) is expected to take place on 14-18 March 2022

    The Commission on Narcotic Drugs is the central policymaking body within the United Nations system dealing with drug-related matters. In line with the 2009 Political Declaration and Plan of Action, the Commission monitors the world drug situation, develops strategies on international drug control and recommends measures to address the issue of drugs globally. Guidelines for side events

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  2. 26 Jan

    Webinar: Chronic pain and substance use health

    From 26/01/2022 to 26/01/2022

    In this free webinar, Ashleigh Hyland (Community Addictions Peer Support Association) and Angela Heino (Pain BC) will provide an overview of the key intersections between chronic pain and substance use. They will focus on highlighting systemic challenges, reducing barriers to care, and outlining strategies that service providers can use when working with people who use substances and experience chronic pain.

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  3. 17 Jan

    Civil Society Workshops to Be Hosted by G2H2

    From 17/01/2022 to 21/01/2022

    Beyond the agenda of the WHO Executive Board: People’s realities, determinants of health, democratic governance… Civil society workshops – 17-21 January 2022

    This series of meetings organized by the Geneva Global Health Hub (G2H2) in the week before the 150th Session of the WHO Executive Board is set up as a mix of public briefings and debates and civil society workshops. The meetings shall provide a space for debating health policy and governance challenges, bridging from health policies to people’s realities.

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  4. 13 Jan

    Webinar Dianova: Stigma & Addiction

    From 13/01/2022 to 13/01/2022

    Stigma & Addiction. Where Do We Stand Today? 13 January, 2022 – 15:00 – 16:30 CET, Online event in English and Spanish languages with simultaneous interpreting

    The stigma that surrounds drug use and addictive behaviours can dramatically impact people’s lives at all levels. Not only does stigma affect people’s mental and physical health but it makes it harder for people to reach out for help. Speakers will address this issue from an intersectional approach before drawing up recommendations. Please click on ‘read more’ to register

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