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16/03/2022 - Articles
Prevention programmes must be dynamic, flexible, and adapted to the current realities of youth
08/07/2021 - Articles
Dianova and WFAD organized an interactive Round Table to reflect on how to mainstream the gender perspective in prevention, treatment, harm reduction and reintegration services for people with addictions
08/12/2020 - Articles
Addiction or social mandate? Towards a gender perspective in the dependence field
19/10/2020 - Articles
Recovery-based Models: Professionalized Therapeutic Communities for Addictions
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.
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”.