Expert Consultation on Drug PreventionFrom 09/06/2023 to 09/06/2023
Expert Consultation on Drug Prevention - 9 June, Exhibition and Conference Centre (Palacio de Exposiciones y Congresos), Oviedo (Spain)Read more
The meeting will bring together a selection of 30 experts from civil society organizations, government and the academia to discuss prevention strategies at the international, national and local levels, with special participation of Dr. Wadih Maalouf, global coordinator for prevention at the UNODC. In addition, they will review the assessment of "Juego de Llaves" (key sets), a school-based prevention programme developed in partnership with the Spanish government, the UN and University of Oviedo.
Launch event: European Drug Report 2023From 16/06/2023 to 16/06/2023
Launch event: European Drug Report 2023 - 16 June, Brussels, European Comission, Berlaymont, VIP corner, 13:00 CET - live streamedRead more
How many new drugs were detected in Europe over the last year? What are the latest trends in drug production and trafficking? What substances are causing the most concern today? Find out more when the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA) launches its European Drug Report 2023: Trends and Developments
European Drugs Summer SchoolFrom 26/06/2023 to 07/07/2023
European Drugs Summer School (EDSS) - Lisbon, 26 June - 7 July, in-person sessionsRead more
The European Drugs Summer School prepares professionals and students to meet the complex policy challenges that face Europe and the World in the field of drugs. The 2023 edition will focus on mental health and drug-related issues, including dual diagnosis and integrated interventions. Students will also participate in study visits and interactive workshops.
Contemporary Drug Problems ConferenceFrom 06/09/2023 to 08/09/2023
Contemporary Drug Problems Conference, Paris, 6-8 SeptemberRead more
The 2023 Contemporary Drug Problems conference, themed 'Embracing trouble: new ways of doing , being, and knowing' will bring together leading international researchers in drug use and addiction studies from a range of research disciplines and methods, both qualitative and quantitative. Conference hosted by the journal Contemporary Drug Problems, the Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society, La Trobe University (Australia), and other partners