Archives: Press releases

  1. “Bringing Addiction Stigma to an End”

    26/06/2018

    Dianova International Network Launches Campaign to End the Stigma of Addiction

  2. Orange the World

    23/11/2017

    Press Release – Dianova encourages politicians, businesses and society to “orange the world” to eradicate violence against women

  3. Opioid Crisis: Declaring a Health Emergency is not Enough

    27/10/2017

    Communiqué de presse – Dianova International juge insuffisante la déclaration d’urgence sanitaire du président Trump visant à lutter contre l’épidémie d’opiacés aux Etats-Unis

  4. Campaign on Mental Health

    09/10/2017

    Press release: Dianova and the NGO Committee on Mental Health of NY join the WHO global campaign on mental health in the workplace

  5. Dianova Joins the “Listen First” Global Campaign

    21/06/2017

    Addiction prevention: the Dianova International Network Joins the United Nations Global Campaign “Listen First”

  6. Dianova at the Milano Marathon 2017

    30/03/2017

    Dianova partecipates in the Charity Program of Milano Marathon to support the project “Workshops in the Communities”

  7. Responsible Tourism in Nicaragua

    27/09/2016

    Dianova International and Dianova Nicaragua Foundation present a community development project through responsible tourism

  8. All Set for the XVI International EWODOR Symposium

    15/09/2016

    Press release: the event will be held at the LUMSA University of Rome on 22 and 23 September.

  9. Don't let them possess you (girl)

    Internet Addiction: #DontLetThemPossessYou

    24/06/2016

    Press release: Dianova Launches the First International Social Awareness Campaign on Internet Addiction (…)

  10. UNGASS, Rethinking Global Drug Policies

    18/04/2016

    Press release: “As members of civil society, we believe in a balanced public health and public safety approach to drug policies. We believe that it can be done only by laying the foundations for a global drug control system that puts peoples’ lives and dignity first” (…)