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  1. UN Launches Global Dialogue

    13/01/2020

    The United Nations launches 75th anniversary dialogues: The biggest global conversation on the world’s future starts now

  2. “I Couldn’t Live without Alcohol”

    17/12/2019

    After experiencing child marriage, Bhavna eloped with another man before ending up with a drinking problem. She struggled with addiction for years before leading a satisfying life with her children in India

  3. 66th Regular Session of CICAD

    10/12/2019

    During the CICAD meeting in Miami, the Dianova representative urged the OAS countries to implement measures to end the stigma

  4. Empowering Girls in India!

    09/12/2019

    Growing up in the streets of India is no easy job, especially for girls. In Delhi, the Pardabagh Centre is dedicated to changing girls’ lives through empowering education

  5. Civil Society Urges European Parliament to Make Drug Policy a Priority

    05/12/2019

    At a seminar held in Brussels today, the Civil Society Forum on Drugs urged the European Parliament to prioritize and fund drug policies based on evidence and human rights.

  6. Dianova Says: “Empower Women, Empower Society”

    24/11/2019

    Dianova launches the third phase of its “Human Empowerment” campaign and highlights the link between addiction and violence against women

  7. Have your say about the EU Drug Strategy!

    15/11/2019

    The European Commission has launched a public consultation to gather inputs by anyone affected by illicit drug use at the EU level

  8. Civil Society and Drug Policy

    13/11/2019

    Handbook to support the advocacy work of civil society organizations in European drug policy

  9. Working Together to Prevent Suicide

    29/10/2019

    As a member of the NGO Committee of Mental Health, Dianova is sponsoring an event dedicated to suicide prevention on the 10th October in New York

  10. Recognizing Problems to Better Solve Them

    28/10/2019

    The United Nations have begun to review the various challenges of the 2019 Ministerial Declaration to address the world drug problem