Category: Opinion

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  1. 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

  2. “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

  3. The Power to Change the World

    17/03/2022

    Interview with Kehkashan Basu, Founder-President of Green Hope Foundation and keynote speaker at Dianova’s NGO CSW66 parallel event

  4. Alcohol, a Huge Obstacle to Sustainable Development

    10/03/2022

    The products and practices of the alcohol industry cause an unprecedented global disease and development burden

  5. Alcohol Dependence: Dianova Italy Implements a Specialized Intervention Programme

    17/02/2022

    Dianova Italy has been developing a special module for alcohol and polysubstance addiction for over 15 years

  6. Climate Change, COVID, and Mental Health

    03/02/2022

    “Smog in the Air and in Your Mind: A Look at the Climate Crisis and Mental Health in a Time of COVID”, a webinar from the NGO CSW/NY

  7. Addiction Stigma from an Intersectional Perspective

    25/01/2022

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

  8. 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

  9. Quality Standards in Drug Demand Reduction

    04/11/2021

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

  10. BDNF, Train Your Brain and Train Your Body

    26/10/2021

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