1. Leading a Literate Life

    17/09/2019

    Since its inception, SPYM has been dedicated to reaching out to the most disadvantaged sections of Indian society, with a strong focus on education and health care

  2. Educating Adolescents in Nicaragua

    07/09/2019

    International Literacy Day: “Thanks to the Dianova Foundation’s workshops I have learned and changed my way of thinking about important issues for us, adolescents, for my family and my community.”

  3. Education and Literacy in Bangladesh

    07/09/2019

    International Literacy Day, 8 September – the children of the Bangladeshi indigenous peoples are learning and gaining literacy despite uncountable challenges

  4. Interview with Eugene Etse, President of GRADH

    30/08/2019

    Eugène Etse Yawo est togolais et travaille comme responsable de la mobilisation des ressources et du marketing pour la Croix-Rouge togolaise

  5. Empowering People and Ensuring Inclusiveness

    26/08/2019

    Over 2,000 people were brought together in NY at the High Level Political Forum to review the implementation process of the 2030 Agenda

  6. Women’s Human Rights at Work

    18/07/2019

    On 27 June, the Human Rights Council held its annual discussion on the human rights of women, with a focus on violence against women in the world of work

  7. Drugs: Addressing the Needs of Vulnerable Populations

    12/07/2019

    Dianova attends the Second WHO Forum on Alcohol, Drugs and Addictive Behaviours

  8. 49th General Assembly of the OAS

    08/07/2019

    Dianova participates in the most important governmental meeting in Latin America to demand that drug policies respect human rights

  9. Dianova Participates in the ‘Geneva Drug Policy Week’

    03/07/2019

    Dianova emphasized the importance of the relationship between drugs, gender and stigma at the Geneva Drug Policy Week

  10. World Drug Report 2019

    27/06/2019

    The World Drug Report reveals that prevention and treatment continue to fall short, with only 1 in 7 people with drug use disorders receiving treatment each year