Like many other women with addiction problems, Nicole suffered long before she could find a program that would suit her needs
Dianova publishes a document about the stigma of substance use disorders in the workplace, the best practices to combat stigma and to implement an efficient substance use policy at work
Since the date of its professionalization, in 1998, the Dianova network has been committed to an ongoing process of modernization to increase its capacity to provide efficient responses to the multiple challenges resulting from the evolution of society – while respecting its Mission, Vision and Values. With these objectives in mind a “strategic plan” is defined every four years.
An overview of Dianova's most read articles
Dianova’s annual assembly of delegates was held on October 23 in Palma de Majorca (Spain) with more than 50 representatives from the Network’s member organizations who debated issues likely to affect the whole network, presented their programs and activities and addressed legal and administrative matters.
On Dianova's Annual Report 2014, by Montse Rafel
A letter by Luca Franceschi, President of Dianova International on the occasion of the publication of Dianova's Annual Report 2014
"Creating our future… We will go where we come from" Since 1998, when the organization decided to move forward down the professionalization path, Dianova International has been encouraging the implementation of work teams dedicated to developing the Dianova network’s strategic plans. As the ultimate plan will reach its term in 2016, an initial workshop has… Read more »
A brief review of this past year
218 drug policy advocacy organizations are active in Europe