Tag: Drug policies

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  1. Highlights of CND67

    16/04/2024

    This session will hopefully mark a turning point, with drug policies opening up to social changes and emerging needs

  2. European Civil Society Consultations

    19/02/2024

    Društvo UP, associate member of Dianova International, participates in two important meetings on drug policy developments

  3. Enhancing the Gender Perspective in EU Drug Policies

    06/07/2023

    Dianova participates in the elaboration of a report aimed at EU drug policy decision-makers, with a view to enhancing the gender perspective

  4. Highlights of the CND66

    03/04/2023

    The return to “face-to-face” meetings brings a degree of normality to an institutional work that remains affected by the Russian-Ukrainian conflict

  5. CND65: the UN Meets to Review Global Drug Policies

    28/02/2022

    Dianova will play an active role at the 65th session of the UN Commission on Narcotic Drugs (CND65) on March 14 and 18, 2022

  6. Drugs and Drug Policies in the Americas

    11/01/2022

    On the occasion of the 70th CICAD Assembly, Dianova makes a positive assessment of its partnerships and calls for drug policies reform

  7. Ending the War on Drugs in the Americas

    Ending the War on Drugs in the Americas

    21/12/2021

    The American Drug Policy Coalition wishes to move from repression to policies based on human rights, social justice and public health

  8. The 2030 Agenda and Addiction Policies in Ibero-America

    08/12/2021

    RIOD publishes a report on the work that organizations in the addiction sector are doing to contribute to the 2030 Agenda

  9. 60 Years of the War on Drugs: What Needs to Change

    60 Years of the War on Drugs: What Needs to Change

    07/09/2021

    Most countries have been fighting a global war on drugs for decades; yet prison populations have reached record highs, while human rights abuses continue unabated

  10. The Norwegian Drug Policy Reform Is Dead, but the Movement Has Grown

    13/07/2021

    A five-year-old journey has ended. An historic opportunity to decriminalise possession of illicit substances for personal use was lost in parliament (Storting)