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  1. Addiction Stigma from an Intersectional Perspective


    Dianova held an addiction specialists, experience-based round table discussion to learn more about stigma and addictions

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


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

  3. Quality Standards in Drug Demand Reduction


    Governments and civil society organisations can improve the implementation of minimum quality standards in the field of drug demand reduction

  4. BDNF, Train Your Brain and Train Your Body


    By practicing sports, we generate higher levels of BDNF and therefore, we reduce the brain’s “need” to consume drugs

  5. Mental Health Care in Europe


    10 October, World Mental Health Day – Addressing mental health is not only a moral imperative – it is the only way to achieve sustainable development

  6. Addiction Services and Policies Must be Adapted to Women’s Needs


    Women and girls make up a growing number of those who suffer from addiction, and their unique needs must be addressed in research, policy, and clinical practice

  7. 60 Years of the War on Drugs: What Needs to Change


    Most countries have been fighting a global war on drugs for decades; yet prison populations have reached record highs, while human rights abuses continue unabated

  8. Focus on Hepatitis


    Viral hepatitis is an infection that causes liver inflammation and damage. It can be caused by different viruses spread in various ways

  9. COVID-19 Takes Heavy Toll on 2030 Agenda


    However, members of the Dianova network positively impacted on several Sustainable Development Goals despite the pandemic

  10. Support, Don’t Punish Women Who Use Drugs!


    Ruth Birgin coordinates the Women and Harm Reduction International Network according to which drug policy presents the single greatest threat to the health and well-being of women who use drugs