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25/11/2020 - Studies
Dianova gathers several experts to carry out a study on the consequences of the regulation of cannabis
19/10/2020 - Articles
Recovery-based Models: Professionalized Therapeutic Communities for Addictions
16/05/2020 - Studies
How is the COVID-19 pandemic affecting drug users and those who provide services to them?
26/03/2020 - Articles
Author: Kristina Stankova, Research Assistant, Dianova International Introduction Nowadays social networks and alternative media occupy a huge part of our lives. According to STATISTA, a German statistic agency, the predictions are that in 2021 more than 3 billion people will be using social networks. (1) Compared to world population which for March, 2020 is 7…. Read more »
16/12/2019 - Articles
The lack of a gender perspective in addiction treatment programmes contributes to the invisibilization of women’s needs
07/02/2019 - Articles
The gender approach provides a guide for interpreting differences related to sexual identity, enabling a more comprehensive understanding of how the traditional approach of gender negatively impacts problematic drug use.
13/09/2018 - Publications by member organizations
We’d like to invite you to read the EXIT® online magazine’s new issue published by the association Dianova Portugal in the English language. The 31st issue of the magazine focuses on “Mental health care: the benefits of addiction treatment for people, communities and governments”. In this edition of the EXIT magazine, we bring you news… Read more »
14/12/2017 - Articles
A Discourse Analysis and Social Capital based approach By Natalie Arriagada Araya, Social Worker – The rise of the concept of “gender” and the ideas generated by feminist thought can largely be attributed to the seventies in Latin America, mainly as a result of the First International Conference of Women held in Mexico in 1975, as… Read more »
27/10/2017 - Articles
Methadone maintenance treatment programs (MMTs) and therapeutic communities (TCs) which offer long term stays have been shown to have a strong protective effect against drug poisoning deaths for heroin users for as long as users remain in treatment.
20/10/2017 - Articles
“I feel that the workshops have done me good because I can communicate and vent feelings. In fact when I don’t come, I feel drowned”.