INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND ADVOCACY
We believe we can have greater political impact through partnerships and alliances that build on each organization’s own forces and capabilities. Through our membership in various committees and platforms, we contribute to advance various causes while ensuring that all stakeholders’ needs, opinions and experiences are heard and taken into consideration
Partnerships with International Organizations
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In addition to providing services to people in vulnerable situations, we develop advocacy initiatives aimed to advance policies and practices dedicated to promoting social progress, improving people’s lives, and to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. Specifically, we work in the areas of:
We work to strenghten the areas of addiction prevention and treatment, and advocates the implementation of services that are evidence-based, gender-sensitive and respectful of each person’s needs and expectations, in a continuity of services.
Statement by Dianova International at the 64th Session of the Commission on Narcotic Drugs, April 12 - 16, 2021, Vienna, Austria
Contribution from the Civil Society Forum on Drugs to the 3rd intersessional meeting of the 63rd session of the Commission on Narcotic Drugs
At Dianova Uruguay, we believe that every intervention should be framed within the context of person-oriented care
We advocate women’s rights, equality, and empowerment. In addition, we promote the development of gender-sensitive addiction treatment services.
It is urgent to adequately address the impact of climate change and environmental disasters on people’s, especially women’s, mental health Climate change has repercussions in various domains, including the economy, human habitats, migration flows, the environment and ecosystems, etc. Its impact on health however, and more particularly on mental health has yet to adequately addressed.... Read more »
Statement by Dianova International at the sixty-fifth Session of the Commission on the Condition of Women (CSW65), 15-26 March, 2021, New York
The COVID-19 pandemic aggravates gender violence and addictions, creating a situation of vulnerability that primarily affects women
We believe that the human rights perspective should be considered a priority in all policies and practices. With regard to the former, we endeavour to combat stigma and discrimination against drug users or former drug users
Sustainable development cannot be achieved without peace and peace cannot be achieved without gender equality for ALL - regardless of sex characteristics, gender identity or sexual orientation
Utilizing a feminist accountability framework is essential to the successful implementation of the 2030 Agenda for sustainable development
In every country and region of the world, not only poverty affects more women than men, but the consequences of poverty are more severe on the former rather than the latter - this phenomenon is referred to as the feminization of poverty
We are dedicated to reinforcing the role played by civil society organizations within international fora, as part of our commitment to support the Sustainable Development Goals
Declaration of the Conference of Non-governmental Organizations in Consultative Relationship with the United Nations (CoNGO) on the Occasion of the 75th Anniversary of the United Nations
Unilever brands take an active part in social change and put sustainable development at the heart of all their activities
A study by sociologist José Carrón provides information and thoughts on the history and development of the social state and the third sector in Europe and the Americas
We advocate policies and practices that focus on the needs of disadvantaged and marginalized populations in order to promote their social, economic and political integration.
A new infographic counters prejudicial narratives in the aim of promoting inclusion and integration of migrants and refugees
Civil society demands and contributions to ensure the protection of human rights of refugees and migrants
We advocate quality education and the development of youth-oriented policies, because we believe education is a critical factor in efforts to improve people’s health and living conditions and to build more inclusive societies.
The annual meeting of the Civil Society Forum on Drugs was held in Brussels from November 27 to 29
The World Federation of Therapeutic Communities intends to reinforce its role on the world stage
The monthly meeting of the Committee of NGO on Mental Health was held in New York City, in partnership with the governments of Thailand and Jamaica, with support from UNICEF and WHO