1. The Future we Need: Clean Waters!

    10/06/2022

    Every year KKAWF carries out a clean-up operation on the banks of the Korang to raise awareness of the problems of drinking water supply in Pakistan

  2. Drugs and Public Health: Where Are We Headed?

    03/06/2022

    Repressive politices have been ineffective in tackling the drug phenomenon this is why the importance of a public health approach should be reaffirmed

  3. E-learning Module on Chemsex

    10/05/2022

    The 2nd phase of the “Learn Addiction” project enters a test period before being opened to addiction professionals

  4. What Are the Risks of Social Media?

    06/05/2022

    A group of young people prepared a couple of podcasts aimed at raising awareness of the risks associated with the inappropriate use of social media

  5. Women Are more Vulnerable to Climate Change

    04/05/2022

    Climate change is the greatest challenge of our time, which is why it is urgent to eliminate the structural inequalities that hinder the implementation of sustainable solutions

  6. Women at the Helm of Sustainable Solutions to Climate Threats

    08/04/2022

    Women are central to the implementation of natural disaster management programmes and their participation should be supported at all levels

  7. World Health Day 2022

    07/04/2022

    The urgent actions needed to keep humans and the planet healthy and foster a movement to create societies focused on well-being

  8. The CND in the Shadow of War

    03/04/2022

    The invasion of Ukraine by Russia was the key political theme throughout the 65th Session of the UN Commission on Narcotic Drugs in Vienna

  9. How Does Parental Drug Use Affect Children?

    30/03/2022

    These children are at increased risk of adverse consequences including medical, social, psychological and behavioral problems

  10. “We Need to Change the Social Norms about Alcohol”

    28/03/2022

    Alcohol and adolescence: interview with Juan Ramón Villalbí Hereter, Spanish government delegate for the National Plan on Drugs