1. Dianova’s Most Read Articles in 2021

    17/01/2022

    After another complicated period, let’s have a look back on the past year with the top ten articles that our readers found most interesting

  2. Drugs and Drug Policies in the Americas

    11/01/2022

    On the occasion of the 70th CICAD Assembly, Dianova makes a positive assessment of its partnerships and calls for drug policies reform

  3. Ending the War on Drugs in the Americas

    21/12/2021

    The American Drug Policy Coalition wishes to move from repression to policies based on human rights, social justice and public health

  4. Addiction: Respecting Children’s Rights

    20/12/2021

    The time has come to address the rights of children who are exposed to substance misuse

  5. “Together, We Grow” Families as health agents

    14/12/2021

    Interview with Antonio Vázquez de la Torre, Rotary Club representative for the universal prevention training project for families “Together, We Grow.”

  6. The UN We need for the World We Want

    10/12/2021

    “There is no “planet B.” The planet we live on is all we have. We must make sure it’s liveable, peaceful and sustainable”

  7. The 2030 Agenda and Addiction Policies in Ibero-America

    08/12/2021

    RIOD publishes a report on the work that organizations in the addiction sector are doing to contribute to the 2030 Agenda

  8. Involving Families in the Prevention of Addictions

    03/12/2021

    The Rotary Action Group or Addiction Prevention supports a prevention programme soon to be implemented by Rotary Clubs in Spain and Dianova

  9. The SDGs as a Transformation Tool: What Happened over the Last 21 Years?

    02/12/2021

    Dianova Chile organised a seminar on the sustainable development goals and the challenges associated with their implementation in Chile and the rest of Latin America

  10. Stigma, Drug Use and the Intersectional Approach

    26/11/2021

    The aim of the Pompidou Group training was to explore the roots of addiction stigma and to look for strategies for dealing with it