1. Human Trafficking in India


    Although illegal under Indian law, human trafficking remains a significant problem in this country – and women and girls pay the highest price

  2. Professionalizing Drug Prevention


    A new manual has been designed to train substance abuse prevention professionals in Europe

  3. Addiction Does not Differentiate between Men and Women!


    Society thinks a woman with substance use disorders is automatically a bad mother. We must get over these gender prejudices and stereotypes

  4. SDGs: an Open dialogue with Civil Society


    The first Civil Society Organization Forum was held in parallel to the second Summit on Sustainable Development Goals at the United Nations General Assembly

  5. Adapting the TC Model to Current Needs


    Therapeutic community experts met on September 19 and 20 in Thessaloniki (Greece) to share knowledge and experiences on this addiction treatment model

  6. Eugène Etse and George Odalo Present at CoDeS 2019


    Two representatives of the Dianova Network’s member organizations will present academic papers reflecting on their work at CoDeS 2019

  7. The SDGs at the Core of Agenda of the UN General Assembly


    From 24 to 30 September, representatives of Member States met to discuss global issues such as sustainable development, peace and climate change

  8. Addiction: Nicole’s Story


    Like many other women with addiction problems, Nicole suffered long before she could find a program that would suit her needs

  9. 17th EFTC Conference in Thessaloniki


    The conference will try and determine what changes need to be made in order to improve the services provided in therapeutic communities

  10. Leading a Literate Life


    Since its inception, SPYM has been dedicated to reaching out to the most disadvantaged sections of Indian society, with a strong focus on education and health care