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posted by Rede de Ajuda aos Usuários de Drogas on 2021-06-17 16:23:19
Formação de Adolescentes sobre a Prevenção ao Uso de Drogas
posted by Rede de Ajuda aos Usuários de Drogas on 2021-06-17 16:17:32
REAJUD
Society for Drug Abuse Enlightenment & Control (SODAEC)
posted by POSITIVE VOICE on 2021-06-17 15:07:41
POSITIVE VOICE
posted by Orsi Feher for Students for Sensible Drug Policy on 2021-06-16 15:34:40
WE ARE HIRING!!!!

Students for Sensible Drug Policy International are looking for a Administration & Compliance Officer and a Global Fellow to join our team. Both positions are contractor positions, with a preferred start date of July 1st 2021. Please send your CV or resumé and cover letter to Róisín Downes at roisin@ssdp.org.

https://ssdp.org/blog/join-the-team-call-for-global-fellow-administration-officer/

posted by Youth RISE on 2021-06-15 08:28:58
New blog post about what happened at the 2021 High Level Meeting on HIV/AIDS, from the perspective of our Executive Director, Ailish Brennan: https://youthrise.org/youth-rise-at-the-hlm-on-hiv-aids/
Les informamos que el 25 de junio a las 4:00 PM Se realizará audiencia ante la Comisión Interamericana sobre el caso 13541 - "Elizabeth Canelo Cataños y familia Vs. Estado Argentino (FONDO), más información en Informe de Admisibilidad 1/18 - Petición 137/17.

Un caso donde se produjo una muerte dudosa en una celda de aislamiento en una prisión de mujeres Unidad 8 de la Provincia de Buenos Aires, donde no se ha cumplido la atención, tratamiento de una mujer que estaba antes de ser privada de libertad con un seguimiento médico. drogado. Además, el estado en una demora de indemnización en la jurisdicción civil para su hija se justifica que el monto no es igual a otros, es porque ella no era una persona que trabajaba y además con problemas de salud.

http://www.oas.org/es/cidh/decisiones/2018/ARAD137-07ES.pdf

we inform you that on June 25 at 4:00 PM a hearing will be held before the Inter-American Commission on case 13541 - "Elizabeth Canelo Catano and family v. Argentine State (FONDO), more information in Admissibility report 1/18 - Petition 137/17 .

A case where there was a doubtful death in an isolation cell in a women's prison Unit 8 of the Province of Buenos Aires, where the care has not been fulfilled, treatment of a woman who was before being deprived of her liberty with a medical follow-up on drugs. In addition, the state in a delay of compensation in the civil jurisdiction for her daughter is justified that the amount is not equal to others, it is because she was not a person who worked and also with health problems.

http://www.oas.org/es/cidh/decisiones/2018/ARAD137-07ES.pdf

posted by Dalgarno Institute on 2021-06-11 07:55:59
AOD Primary Prevention & Demand Reduction Priority Primer: Tasking the National Health Strategies for Community Well-being

This Primer is an introduction to Demand Reduction and Primary Prevention, aimed at policy makers and educators in the AOD space. It is written in accessible language to invite the investigator to better reflect on basic principles of best-practice policy use for best health outcomes for our communities.

posted by Asociación Patim on 2021-06-10 10:21:07
The pandemic has conditioned the treatment of the people of our resources, as we could see in the “Los Granados” therapeutic community.

The lockdown stablished by our goverment made us to adapt every single individual programm and the expectations of our residents.

In many cases, this extra duration has been incorporated as an extra program goal. As a result of this issues, the average stimated program time has been increased compared with the previous year (5 months in 2019). This is an important datum if we consider the difficulties to keep those people in our resources without their needed therapeutical outgoing.

You can read the complet post in: http://www.patim.org

posted by Asociación Patim on 2021-06-10 10:01:47
PATIM BUILDS ITS THIRD EQUALITY PLAN

Patim's third Equality Plan is moving forward. In order to achieve the right development of the different areas that compose it, a work team have received specific training on the new legislative aspects. As a first step, they analyzed the evolution of the previous document born in 2019 and explored new scenarios by the definition of different objectives and measures to be taken.

"Plans are an instrument that can facilitate the development of organizations and human teams" assures Antonio Beltrán, lawyer and organizational psychologist certified as an equality agent, who is guiding the construction of this Plan.

posted by Fondazione Villa Maraini on 2021-06-09 11:06:13
On 27th May, the founding members of the "Rome Consensus 2.0" Towards a Humanitarian Drug Policy had an online meeting to involve the over 1,000 signatories of the advocacy campaign "Rome Consensus 2.0" to the online event for the World Drug Day on 26th of June. The event will give the floor to 5 civil society representatives from the 5 continents, to discuss on how to decline the principles of the campaign in their countries, especially regarding access to therapy and respect for human rights of people who use drugs.
posted by Vienna NGO Committee on Drugs on 2021-06-09 09:38:55
CND Special Event commemorating the International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking
from 2021-06-25 13:13:00 to 2021-06-25 15:30:00
The Commission on Narcotic Drugs (CND) is holding a special event commemorating the International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking and launching the World Drug Report 2021.

Civil Society Organisations are invited to follow the event online: https://webcast.unodc.org/webcast/en/live/cnd-special-event.html

posted by Vienna NGO Committee on Drugs on 2021-06-09 09:34:05
We are looking for 3 #civilsociety speakers for the

CND special event commemorating #WDD2021 and launching the 2021 Word Drug Report. Apply before 14 June: https://forms.office.com/r/3Qmyb5WQGV

#ShareFactsonDrugs #SaveLives

posted by Dianova International on 2021-06-03 19:15:48
In spite of recent advances in the design of drug treatment programmes, an important issue remains unresolved: responding adequately to the needs of children while parents receive treatment. We would like to gather information about how children's needs are being addressed in adult drug treatment programmes, and by identifying ways of promoting family-centeres services respectful of the needs of children, and based on a child rights perspective.

We have developed an online survey addressed to treatment professionals. We would be grateful if you could fill out the survey (it will take you about 15 minutes) by the 15th of June. The survey is available in:

English: https://forms.gle/DtSccFMqgiLSRfbw9

Spanish: https://forms.gle/D2x2HEjHL4uk16xY8

French: https://forms.gle/xLsaiF2HG9zQFsyF8

Many thanks for your time and support!

posted by Subair Kunju Foundation on 2021-06-02 23:44:18
On 'World No Tobacco Day' (31 May 2021), RISA conducted a Webinar with the participation of Medical professionals, Academic heads, Social Forums, and teenage students representing International Schools and Colleges in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, India, and UAE.

The event chaired by the foundation chairman and RISA convener Dr. Abdul Azeez S, was inaugurated by Dr. P Chandramohan, the Dean of Sree Gokulam Medical College & Hospital, Kerala. Presentations by Medical experts highlighted the various hazards of Tobacco viz: cancers related to smoking, psychological aspects of tobacco addiction and smoking & COVID 19. Excellent short presentations on hazards of tobacco by the Teenagers who won the Subair Kunju Foundation scholarship in 2020 were also included. The prgram broadcasted live in foundation youtube channel and facebook

posted by Asabe Shehu Yar'Adua Foundation (ASYARFS) on 2021-06-01 19:54:14
The Issue of Child Abuse.

Child abuse is the physical, sexual, or psychological maltreatment of a child, especially by a parent or a caregiver. Affected individuals feel like an outcast and face stigmatization, alongside lifelong damages to the physical and mental health of an individual. Children are the victims of abuse and should not be blamed.

Types of Child Abuse

* Physical Abuse

* Sexual Abuse

* Emotional Abuse

* Child Neglect

Parents/Guardians should take the following steps to stop child abuse:

* Understand your child

* Watch your words

* Keep your children healthy

* Take a time out/Get close to your kids

* Get control of yourself before rendering any discipline to a child

posted by Rotary Action Group for Addiction Prevention on 2021-05-29 12:56:16
The Rotarian Action Group Addiction Prevention (RAG AP) starts a taskforce in Malaysia. We have Rotary clubs in the region of Kadeh in the city Sungai Petani willing to work with the target group of 19-39 organising training in social and vocational skills for socio-economic reintegration. We are searching an NGO with a local chapter for cooperation. Funding is foreseen by Rotary. Any candidates?

Secondly RAG AP would like to implement social skill training programs for the target group 3-12. If you are active in Malaysia and have the capacity to cover this target group with evidence based programs and data driven (RAG AP developed a specific evaluation tool) please contact us?

posted by Asabe Shehu Yar'Adua Foundation (ASYARFS) on 2021-05-27 17:34:16
THE INCREASED RATE OF UNEMPLOYMENT IN OUR PRESENT GENERATION.

Unemployment: This is the state of an individual (under working age), who is capable and willing to work, but not employed.

Findings revealed that corruption in both public and private and at individual levels could lead to unemployment. It was also revealed that widespread poverty, high rate of social vices, and criminal activities are prevalent because of joblessness.

posted by Asabe Shehu Yar'Adua Foundation (ASYARFS) on 2021-05-27 17:08:32
HAPPY CHILDRENS DAY.
Prevention, Advocacy, Criminal Justice,

Human Rights, Alternative Developments,

other

posted by Fourth Wave Foundation on 2021-05-24 08:09:11
𝗣𝗿𝗼𝗷𝗲𝗰𝘁 𝗩𝗘𝗡𝗗𝗔 in collaboration with the 𝗪𝗼𝗺𝗲𝗻 𝗮𝗻𝗱 𝗖𝗵𝗶𝗹𝗱 𝗗𝗲𝘃𝗲𝗹𝗼𝗽𝗺𝗲𝗻𝘁 𝗗𝗲𝗽𝗮𝗿𝘁𝗺𝗲𝗻𝘁, 𝗞𝗲𝗿𝗮𝗹𝗮 and 𝗦𝗼𝗰𝗶𝗮𝗹 𝗝𝘂𝘀𝘁𝗶𝗰𝗲 𝗗𝗲𝗽𝗮𝗿𝘁𝗺𝗲𝗻𝘁, 𝗞𝗲𝗿𝗮𝗹𝗮 is organizing a Capacity Building Program for School Counsellors under the aegis of the Department of Woman and Child. The capacity building program will be conducted online for 120 counsellors each in two batches.
Dear Regina Mattsson,

IMAECSED is an UN Accredited NGO and also Accredited to UNODC, UNVNGOC, and some other UN Organs. We are fully involved with Drug, Crime and many other SDG. We have no such guidelines or cooperation to move on these activities globally. But we are joining most of the meetings on those activities. We need your cooperation to move first for prevention, Advocacy, Alternative development, etc. I am having long standing experience in the legal field. But we need your support to our organization so that we can make a platform to showcase our joint efforts throughout the globe. I am also UNVNGOC Working Group Member for Asia and Pacific and joining in Africa, Caribbean and other regions.

I shall be highly grateful for your support and cooperation.

With best regards

Samir Kumar Das

Advocate & Chairman

IMAECSED

IMAECSED is an UN Accredited NGO and also Accredited to UNODC, UNVNGOC, and some other UN Organs. We are fully involved with Drug, Crime and many other SDG. We have no such guidelines or cooperation to move on these activities globally. But we are joining most of the meetings on those activities. We need your cooperation to move first for prevention, Advocacy, Alternative development, etc. I am having long standing experience in the legal field. But we need your support to our organization so that we can make a platform to showcase our joint efforts throughout the globe. I am also UNVNGOC Working Group Member for Asia and Pacific and joining in Africa, Caribbean and other regions.

I shall be highly grateful for your support and cooperation.

With best regards

Samir Kumar Das

Advocate & Chairman

IMAECSED

Dear Amando,

IMAECSED is an UN Accredited NGO and also Accredited to UNODC, UNVNGOC, and some other UN Organs. We are fully involved with Drug, Crime and many other SDG. We have no such guidelines or cooperation to move on this activities globally. But we are joining most of the meetings on those activities. We need your cooperation to move first for prevention, Advocacy, Alternative development, etc. I am having long standing experience in the legal field. But we need your support to our organization so that we can can make a platform to showcase our joint efforts throughout the globe. I am also UNVNGOC Working Group Member for Asia and Pacific and joining in Africa, Caribbean and other regions.

I shall be highly grateful for your support and cooperation.

With best regards

Samir Kumar Das

Advocate & Chairman

IMAECSED

posted by Dianova International on 2021-05-22 09:30:05
Widening the Cannabis Debate.

Dianova organized a side event at the CND64 on how to improve prevention and treatment programs for problematic cannabis use.

More info https://www.dianova.org/news/widening-the-cannabis-debate/

posted by Dianova International on 2021-05-22 09:28:35
“It Is Important to Maintain an Open-Mind Towards Mental Health Work”.

Dianova asked their followers on social media to identify areas of interest in mental health. Among people’s responses, the elements most mentioned included: anxiety, panic attacks, screen time abuse, social phobia and substance abuse. Barbara responded to these concerns through a series of videos whose messages are part of the interview transcribed here https://www.dianova.org/news/it-is-important-to-maintain-an-open-mind-towards-mental-health-work/

posted by Dianova International on 2021-05-22 09:26:32
60 Years of International Drug Control.

The anniversary of the international drug conventions is an opportunity to reflect on additional tools to respond to the changing nature of the world drug problem.

More info https://www.dianova.org/news/60-years-of-international-drug-control/

posted by Dianova International on 2021-05-22 09:24:21
Gender and addictions: Why should this relationship be taken into account?

Author: Dr. Gisela Hansen Rodríguez.

More info https://www.dianova.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/202105-The-Way-Forward-Gisela-Hansen-en.pdf

posted by Vienna NGO Committee on Drugs on 2021-05-21 10:31:44
Survey on civil society participation in the 64th CND:

Don't forget to let us know how you experienced civil society participation in the 64th CND. Our short survey is online until 31 March.

We appreciate your feedback!

👉 https://forms.office.com/r/XF55jyCSH7

posted by Centre de Recherche sur l'Anti-Corruption on 2021-05-20 15:16:26
Low institutional integrity, which includes corruption, constitutes one of the major obstacles to development. It has harmful and devastating implications, particularly for the poor and disadvantaged groups. It undermines citizens’ trust into public institutions, distorts markets and increases poverty, discrimination and inequality. Corruption happens simply because it is possible to happen and solutions to prevent corruption are focused to unable corrupt behavior within organizations.

CERC’s provides training and mentoring on building institutional integrity and anti-corruption helping local governments, ministries, agencies, public enterprises, private businesses, civil society organizations etc. to build integrity and to eliminate, minimize and prevent systemic corruption.

posted by Centre de Recherche sur l'Anti-Corruption on 2021-05-20 15:15:53
In 2017, CERC in partnership with Dynamic OpenGov Technologies SL (DYNTRA) has developed an online Municipal Transparency Index that aims to measure in real time the level of transparency of the 191 municipalities in the Democratic Republic of Congo in a dynamic, efficient, transparent, open and collaborative manner.
posted by Centre de Recherche sur l'Anti-Corruption on 2021-05-20 15:15:23
In DRC, as in many developing countries, vital public healthcare resources meant for the poor is stolen by corruption. Generous donations and government funds which are meant to save the lives of sick babies, suffering from curable diseases like malaria, are “lost” or diverted before it ever reaches them. As a result, poor mothers are forced to choose between buying food or paying illegitimate fees to obtain life-saving medicine for their sick child.

Solution

The HESA program reduces corruption and improves healthcare by analysing patients reports of corruption submitted through TrueFootprint’s FieldApp. These reports are then categorized, consolidated, tracked, visualized and forwarded to community groups and volunteers for follow-up. With this information, volunteers work together with government officials to resolve individual problems, reduce opportunities for corruption and improve management.

posted by Centre de Recherche sur l'Anti-Corruption on 2021-05-20 15:11:23
The objective of our project is to strengthen the capacity of the Centre de Recherche sur l'Anti-Corruption to conduct the Civil Society Parallel Report on how the UNCAC provisions are being implemented in DRC in law and in practice.
posted by Vienna NGO Committee on Drugs on 2021-05-20 10:45:03
Call for Applications: Expert Consultations on Treatment and Care for People with Drug Use Disorders in Contact with the Criminal Justice System in 2021

The Vienna and New York NGO Committees on Drugs (VNGOC & NYNGOC) are looking for four civil society experts with substantive experience on the topic, who can make a meaningful contribution to the identification of key aspects of diversion to healthcare at the various stages of the criminal justice continuum. Deadline for Applications: 6th June 2021, 23.55 CEST

👉 https://forms.gle/aFKcXTPs4a4vw1iP9

posted by Dalgarno Institute on 2021-05-20 07:35:27
Dealing With Addiction - Dalgarno Institute Research Report
posted by Child Space Organisation on 2021-05-20 07:07:07
Child Space Organization is glad to be among the few Kenyan Civil Society Organizations attended the United Nations Commission on Narcotic Drugs 64th session right from the NACADA Kenya office virtually. We learned a lot from there and many side events. For the first time, our Executive Director CHRISPINE OKELLO also got the opportunity to engage with JEAN-LUC LEMAHIEU Director DPA, UNODC during the questions time.

#CommittedtoHolisticChildDevelopment

posted by Child Space Organisation on 2021-05-20 04:41:10
child space organisation
posted by Vienna NGO Committee on Drugs on 2021-05-19 17:40:51
Five NGOs presented at this years INCB Civil Society Hearing on illicit financial flows in drug trafficking and their impact on security and development. For the first time the session was recorded - so be sure to watch the presentations and the Q&A session with the board members.

👉 http://vngoc.org/2021/05/incb-civil-society-hearing-2021/

posted by Youth RISE on 2021-05-18 10:08:58
New report: Universal health coverage has been described as a global health priority, but as many countries work towards achieving it, the gap to accessing affordable and quality healthcare continues to expand for inadequately served populations.

https://youthrise.org/resources/uhc-report/

posted by Aejaz Karim on 2021-05-18 08:55:15
Aejaz Karim
posted by DPN Forum Komunikasi Masyarakat Piaman Indonesia on 2021-05-16 09:58:55
DPN Always in togetherness and maintaining unity and unity will always be strong and capable, in handling all problems that occur in everyday life in life ...
posted by Dalgarno Institute on 2021-05-12 07:50:38
"Baking Bad & Getting Baked: Is Your Rental Property Toxic – Residential Drug Use & Need for Protective Legislation."
posted by African Council on Narcotics on 2021-05-11 14:10:46
LET'S UNITE AGAINST DRUGS (AFRICAN COUNCIL ON NARCOTICS - ACON)

This video practically demonstrates how many more of our young people are embracing the youth bulge due to several sociological challenges. As the bulge exacerbates, so is the prevalence of substance abuse and its attendant impact on crime, security and public health.

At this rate, there is very little hope on the bud promise of our future generations except we team up together against substance abuse. Support the African Council on Narcotics (ACON).

Please join the campaign against the illicit trafficking and abuse of narcotics & psychotropic substances by watching and sharing this video and kindly subscribe to our YouTube Channel

https://youtu.be/_ikwViyrvGY

#LetsUniteAgainstDrugAbuse

posted by Fourth Wave Foundation on 2021-05-11 09:06:03
𝗣𝗿𝗼𝗷𝗲𝗰𝘁 𝗩𝗘𝗡𝗗𝗔 has launched an virtual summer camp for children as a part of alternative pursuits program.

The live event will focus on engaging children in the safety of their homes with arts & craft, books, movies transitional games, music and dance. We encourage children to channelise their creative energy towards healthy pursuits amidst the pandemic.

posted by Mario Prieto for Dianova International on 2021-05-10 08:38:08
Identifying and Overcoming Gender Barriers in Addiction Treatment.

An innovative infographic showcases gender barriers in the treatment of addictions, proposing ways to overcome them

More info:

posted by Mario Prieto for Dianova International on 2021-05-10 08:36:04
Gender Barriers in Addiction Treatment What Are They and How Can We Overcome Them?

Dianova and the World Federation Against Drugs publish an infographic that make gender barriers in the treatment of addictions visible and proposes ways to overcome them.

More info: https://www.dianova.org/publications/gender-barriers-in-addiction-treatment-what-are-they-and-how-can-we-overcome-them/

posted by Aziz Al-Noghaither on 2021-05-09 16:22:00
Aziz Al-Noghaither
23rd Seminar on Drugs and International Cooperation
from 2021-05-18 16:00:00 to 2021-06-01 18:00:00
(English below)

La RIOD celebra su XXIII Seminario Iberoamericano sobre Drogas y Cooperación, con el título “Drogas y adicciones: la sociedad civil y las políticas de drogas en un contexto de pandemia y en el marco de la Agenda 2030”, de nuevo en formato virtual por motivo de la pandemia generada por la Covid-19.

Las fechas concretas del XXIII Seminario son: 18, 20, 25, 27 de mayo y 1 de junio de 2021.

La inscripción gratuita se realiza a través de nuestro campus virtual, donde encontrarás toda la información del evento: https://campusvirtual.riod.org/23seminario/

______________________________________

RIOD is holding its XXIII Ibero-American Seminar on Drugs and Cooperation, under the title "Drugs and addictions: civil society and drug policies in a pandemic context and in the framework of the 2030 Agenda". Virtual Format.

Register here: https://campusvirtual.riod.org/23seminario/

posted by Youth RISE on 2021-05-03 20:37:14
New blog post about how our new Uganda International Working Group member Julius experienced his first Commission on Narcotic Drugs this year! https://youthrise.org/julius-nyandas-1st-cnd/
posted by Fondazione Villa Maraini on 2021-04-28 11:34:42
On April 16th, during the 64th Commission on Narcotic Drugs held at UNODC, Villa Maraini Foundation and IFRC hosted the online side event: "Moving beyond the divisions in order to develop humanitarian drug policies: the role of the Rome Consensus 2.0 initiative”. The side event was organized in cooperation with all the Rome Consensus 2.0 co-founders and the support of UNODC and the Permanent Representative of Italy to the UN in Vienna. 388 people from all over the world registered at the event, including RC/RC volunteers, UN agencies, Government bodies, CSOs, universities, law enforcement experts. During the event all agreed that the primary objective of humanitarian drug policy is to save lives, alleviate suffering, and maintain human dignity by fighting criminalization and stigmatization of people with substance use disorders. An essential step to achieve it, is to overcome the false dichotomies between harm reduction, prevention, treatment and recovery.
posted by Bitmakaly National Organization on 2021-04-27 21:30:04
Bitmakaly National Organization
posted by Vienna NGO Committee on Drugs on 2021-04-27 13:33:52
WEBINAR “Applying for ECOSOC Consultative Status”:

The Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA) NGO Branch will be conducting a Webinar on “Applying for ECOSOC Consultative Status” for NGOs on 5 May 2021, 11am - 12:30pm (New York Time).

The meeting will provide answers to the following questions:

•What is Consultative Status, which organizations are eligible and what are its benefits?

•How the entire application process works since the application is submitted to the NGO Branch until ECOSOC makes its decision?

•What are the main components of the application package?

Register at: http://bit.ly/DESANGORegister

Webinar flyer: http://bit.ly/DESAflyer

More information here: https://bit.ly/2PqdHfc

Dear VNGOC Marketplace Members!

We are happy to inform you that on April 14, 2021 we have co-organized a side-event at the at the 64th CND Session dedicated to cybercecurity and preventing on-line drug supply for over 100 CSO and government reps.

During the event we presented results of the 2021 Russian internet users’ on-line survey on hazardous on-line content and public demand for digital safety education. According to the survey, over 29 million of Russians are exposed to drug related on-line info annually. We thus believe there is an urgent need for available digital safety education, allowing to protect minors from the on-line risks.

posted by Orsi Feher for Students for Sensible Drug Policy on 2021-04-21 16:46:35
Our side event "The Impacts of COVID-19 on Young People’s Drug Use" was a massive success!!!

We would like to thank the almost 200 individuals who watched our panel live from across the Globe or replayed it on youtube - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jpu2qRntuP4&ab_channel=SSDP

THANK YOU!

posted by Overdose Lifeline on 2021-04-20 17:43:54
Justin K Phillips
posted by Asabe Shehu Yar'Adua Foundation (ASYARFS) on 2021-04-19 12:56:23
THE NEGATIVE IMPACT OF COVID-19 PANDEMIC IN THE SOCIETY

The economic and social disruption caused by the pandemic is devastating tens of millions of people are at the risk of falling into extreme poverty, while the number of undernourished people, currently estimated at nearly 690 million, could increase up as time goes on.

The covid-19 pandemic is a social and economic crisis just as much as it is a health crisis. Its repercussions, severe and far-reaching are being felt across the world. To slow down the spread of the virus schools were closed, lives were

uncomfortable for people, millions of people died. Industries were shot down, millions of jobs lost, families could not afford a square meal, a lot of families goes to bed hungry, corruption, the youths are on the streets an ideal hand is a devil workshop., high rates of drug abuse in the society lack of employment.

posted by Zavod VOZIM on 2021-04-15 11:24:19
Zavod VOZIM
posted by Adil on 2021-04-15 10:54:30
Adil
Dear VNGOC Marketplace Members!

We are delighted to announce that we are co-organising a CND 64 side event dedicated to cyber security risks in the aspect of illicit drug traffiking and growing on-line drug supply, especially in the COVID 19 period. The event is scheduled for April 14 , 09-00 - 09-50 CET. We do hope you will be able to join ! We will share the event materials and a questionnaire dedicated to the role of NGOs in preventing on line drug supply shortly.

Kind regards,

Smart Solutions Integration Agency

posted by FORUT on 2021-04-13 20:29:05
We have the pleasure of sharing with NGOs and governments a report that was launched on the 13th of April; titled “Zooming in on UNGASS”. The report is produced by Drug Policy Futures; a global network of civil society organisations.

As the title indicates, the report takes a closer look at what has happened in the form of national follow-up of the UNGASS Outcome Document in 15 selected countries. You will see a batch of recommendations at the beginning of the report. The overall message is that all countries can improve their national drug policies by using more of the “UNGASS menu” and that national implementation should be speeded up in the years up to 2029. The report recommends how this can be done. Please feel free to share the report with colleagues and in your networks.

posted by Drug Policy Futures on 2021-04-13 20:26:52
We have the pleasure of sharing with NGOs and governments a report that was launched on the 13th of April; titled “Zooming in on UNGASS”. The report is produced by Drug Policy Futures; a global network of civil society organisations.

As the title indicates, the report takes a closer look at what has happened in the form of national follow-up of the UNGASS Outcome Document in 15 selected countries. You will see a batch of recommendations at the beginning of the report. The overall message is that all countries can improve their national drug policies by using more of the “UNGASS menu” and that national implementation should be speeded up in the years up to 2029. The report recommends how this can be done. Please feel free to share the report with colleagues and in your networks.

posted by Asociación Patim on 2021-04-12 12:58:15
The Generalitat Valenciana has just renewed the certification of the "Los Granados therapeutic community" as a health service. An essential accreditation to be able to develop in this center both health care for drug addicts and general health psychology interventions.

The therapeutic community of Patim has been registered in the Autonomous Registry since 2003 as a specialized health service that is integrated into a non-health organization. In the last year marked by COVID, it has treated 52 people.

posted by Hands of Love Educational Centre on 2021-04-12 12:18:00
Hands of Love Educational Centre
We present the document that we have presented at the 64 CND event
posted by Drug Policy Futures on 2021-04-09 14:27:25
Drug Policy Futures proudly launches its first report on the UN Member States' implementation of the outcome from UNGASS in 2016. Register for the event:

https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUpd-2orDwiGdE4OZ3X2zR_8ao3CAWuvih4

posted by Mario Prieto for Dianova International on 2021-04-09 13:07:37
Dianova, a Decade Contributing to International Drug Policies.

Press release - For the tenth consecutive year, Dianova organizes several side events at the 64th session of the Commission on Narcotic Drugs.

More info: https://www.dianova.org/news/dianova-a-decade-contributing-to-international-drug-policies/

posted by Mario Prieto for Dianova International on 2021-04-09 13:05:13
Statement by Dianova International at the sixty-fifth Session of the Commission on the Condition of Women (CSW65), 15-26 March, 2021, New York.

More info: https://www.dianova.org/advocacy-articles/statement-by-dianova-international-at-the-csw65/

posted by Mario Prieto for Dianova International on 2021-04-09 13:04:10
Statement by Dianova International at the 64th Session of the Commission on Narcotic Drugs, April 12 - 16, 2021, Vienna, Austria.

More info: https://www.dianova.org/advocacy-articles/statement-by-dianova-international-at-the-cnd64/

posted by Mario Prieto for Dianova International on 2021-04-09 13:02:15
“It Is Crucial to Address the Impact of Violence”

CSW65 parallel event: addressing gender-based violence: a key element in gender-sensitive addiction treatment programmes.

More info: https://www.dianova.org/news/it-is-crucial-to-address-the-impact-of-violence/

posted by Mario Prieto for Dianova International on 2021-04-09 13:01:00
COVID-19 Crisis, a Major Challenge for Gender Equality

Women’s participation in public life has stalled and gender-based violence has increased as a result of the pandemic.

More info https://www.dianova.org/news/covid-19-crisis-a-major-challenge-for-gender-equality/

posted by Mario Prieto for Dianova International on 2021-04-09 12:59:52
Problematic Cannabis Use: How Can We Improve Treatment & Prevention?

Dianova held a series of webinars on how to improve and adapt programmes for the prevention and treatment of problematic cannabis use.

More info: https://www.dianova.org/news/problematic-cannabis-use-how-can-we-improve-treatment/

posted by Orsi Feher for Students for Sensible Drug Policy on 2021-04-08 17:49:29
Are you curious how the pandemic effected young people and their drug use? Our side event will explore just that.

Join us for the only youth-led side event at the 64th Session of the United Nations Commission on Narcotic Drugs where Students for Sensible Drug Policy and YouthRISE are hosting an interactive panel discussion, entitled “The Impacts of COVID-19 on Young People’s Drug Use”. During this incredible session on the 14th of April 2021 at 13:10 CET / 7:10 EDT, youth advocates and organisers from Argentina, Ireland, South Africa and the United Kingdom will be discussing the research and service provision they have conducted during the COVID-19 pandemic. Register now at this link: https://www.crowdcast.io/e/SSDP-at-CND-64

STANDSAFE SOCIETY AGAINST DRUGS AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE (SSADASA)
posted by Youth RISE on 2021-04-08 08:30:08
On Wednesday 14th April at 1:30pm CET, join us for our Side Event at the 64th Session of the Commission on Narcotic Drugs titled: The Impact of Covid-19 on Young People's Drug Use.

Sign up here: https://www.crowdcast.io/e/SSDP-at-CND-64/register?fbclid=IwAR2fExSdPP8DLE5kICNCOnAPinYI0NO2CM2fqE_Ajffbz_wZkgKwoJjVtQo

posted by African Council on Narcotics on 2021-04-07 14:57:26
SAVE US FROM DRUG ABUSE (AFRICAN COUNCIL ON NARCOTICS - ACON)

The drug problem is apparently taking more and more devastating toll on our children, youths and young adults. The children in this video, on behalf of other children are making a passionate appeal for public support in the fight against substance abuse.

We will appreciate your kind gesture in donating to the African Council on Narcotics (ACON) project. Share this video with your friends and kindly subscribe to our YouTube Channel.

https://youtu.be/rDjYPljp5Hs

#LetsUniteAgainstDrugAbuse

posted by Youth RISE on 2021-04-06 18:24:22
Read our new blog about the panel we moderated at the 6th International Conference on Law Enforcement and Public Health, titled; Adverse Childhood Experiences/Trauma Informed Practice: Trauma Infomed Organizations - Current Practice and Future Directions.

https://youthrise.org/youth-rise-at-leph-2021/

posted by Orsi Feher for Students for Sensible Drug Policy on 2021-04-02 14:17:18
This year, the resilience of our movement was put to the test and once again, we have proven the strength that young people have: We are proud to announce that Students for Sensible Drug Policy International (https://ssdp.org/ssdp-international/) has published its first Internationally-focussed Annual Report.

In December 2020, SSDP International was founded in Vienna, Austria. It is a sister organisation to SSDP Foundation (headquartered in Washington D.C, US), and manages SSDP’s presence in over 30 countries and in international advocacy spaces. This strategic move is helping us develop our national and regional networks and to create new, more distributed decision making processes. We are more dedicated than ever to fostering the SSDP movement across the world.

posted by Turkish Green Crescent on 2021-04-02 11:15:22
YOUTH ADVOCACY FORUM: The Future We Want; the Governance We Need; Reaffirming our Collective Commitment to Healthy Generations
from 2021-04-06 09:00:00 to 2021-04-06 10:00:00
We are proud to announce that the Youth Advocacy Forum will be presented at a side event organized by Turkish Green Crescent and UNODC during the ECOSOC Youth Forum 2021.

The ECOSOC Youth Forum provides a global platform for a candid dialogue among Member States and Young leaders from all over the world on solutions to challenges affecting well-being of young people. It also serves as a unique space for young people to share their vision and actions as well as to provide youth perspectives on the implementation of the 2030 Agenda and the SDGs.

We would be glad if you could participate in our side event, 6th of April, 2021 09.00 am (New York Time) and share your experiences in the Q&A part. Please register through the link above. You may find our concept note in the attachments.

Looking forward to seeing you all!

posted by Drug Policy Futures on 2021-04-01 18:41:00
CND side-event: Zooming in on UNGASS implementation
from 2021-04-13 10:00:00 to 2021-04-13 10:50:00
Drug Policy Futures and national affiliates from around the globe has embarked on a ten-year monitoring programme where we will follow the implementation of the UNGASS Outcome Document in a number of selected countries in Asia, Africa, Europe and the Americas.

In the periode up to 2029 the aim is to produce three or four status reports where we document what is happening at the national level and where UNGASS implementation is lagging behind.

The side-event will present key results from our first monitoring report and focus on these issues, among others: National drug strategies, reducing drug use prevalence, prevention strategies, mobilization of local communities and of parents groups, role of self-help methods, special needs of women. What has happened in these areas since UNGASS in 2016?

At the side-event, conclusions from the report will be presented briefly by representatives of the host organisations and then commented by national representatives.

posted by FORUT on 2021-03-31 20:13:31
CND Side-event: Zooming in on UNGASS implementation
from 2021-04-13 10:00:00 to 2021-04-13 10:50:00
Drug Policy Futures and national affiliates from around the globe has embarked on a ten-year monitoring programme where we will follow the implementation of the UNGASS Outcome Document in a number of selected countries in Asia, Africa, Europe and the Americas.

In the periode up to 2029 the aim is to produce three or four status reports where we document what is happening at the national level and where UNGASS implementation is lagging behind.

The side-event will present key results from our first monitoring report and focus on these issues, among others: National drug strategies, reducing drug use prevalence, prevention strategies, mobilization of local communities and of parents groups, role of self-help methods, special needs of women. What has happened in these areas since UNGASS in 2016?

At the side-event, conclusions from the report will be presented briefly by representatives of the host organisations and then commented by national representatives.

posted by KAWEMPE YOUTH DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION (KYDA) on 2021-03-30 22:18:43
KAWEMPE YOUTH DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION (KYDA)
posted by Asabe Shehu Yar'Adua Foundation (ASYARFS) on 2021-03-29 16:43:24
Child Abuse

Child abuse is the physical neglect, exploitation and trafficking of a child under10years especially in the hands of a parent or guardian.

The consequence of child maltreatment or abuse is that the affected child feels like an outcast, faces stigmatization, alongside lifelong damages to the physical, mental health and this can ultimately slow a country's economic and social development.

Children are the victims of abuse and should not be blamed.

Preventive ways Parent/Guardian should take to stop Child abuse are:

1. Understand your children

2. Watch your words

3. Keep your children healthy

4. Take a time out

5. Get control of yourself before you discipline a child.

posted by Youth RISE on 2021-03-25 08:45:30
Register now for @LEPH2021 to attend this panel we are moderating today: ACE/TI-informed practice II: Trauma Informed organizations – current practice and future directions.

https://leph2021philadelphia.com/

posted by Fondazione Villa Maraini on 2021-03-24 14:49:29
Ms. Judy Twala, representative of the Kenya National Authority on Drug Abuse NACADA, visited the centre for drug abuse treatment opened by the Kenya Red Cross in Lamu, on the model of Villa Maraini centre, founded by Massimo Barra in 1976.

“We are proud of having supported and facilitated the dialogue and collaboration between Kenyan government authorities and Kenya Red Cross on such a sensitive topic as drug addiction, since this is in line with the Rome Consensus Declaration on humanitarian drug policy that we are promoting worldwide”, stressed Massimo Barra.

posted by Vienna NGO Committee on Drugs on 2021-03-24 11:20:12
We now have more confirmed details about civil society participation at the 64th CND:

- in person participation will be limited to 8 representatives of ECOSOC NGOs

- 150 representatives of ECOSOC NGOs will be given access to the online platform, with the potential to make an oral intervention and to follow the CoW as a silent observer.

- Speaking slots for NGOs will be limited to three per agenda item, speaking time will be 3min max.

- All other ECOSOC NGOs can still register on INDICO to appear on the participants list of the 64th CND and will receive a link to the webcast

- All non-ECOSOC NGOs can follow the public webcast of the CND plenary discussions and attend side events

- registration on INDICO is possible from today until 7th April 2021

If you are planning to make a statement and/or wish to attend in person or through the Interprefy platform please fill out this form before 31st March: https://forms.office.com/r/atrM7P740f

posted by Asociación Patim on 2021-03-22 13:09:48
Asociación Patim
posted by Drug Policy Network South East Europe on 2021-03-21 20:49:21
The Drug Policy Network South East Europe and the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA) organise the webinar that will provide information on the new European Union drug strategy.

The EU Council approved the EU Drugs Strategy on 18 December 2020 setting out the political framework and priorities for the EU’s drug policy in the period 2021-2025. The strategy aims to ensure a high level of health promotion, social stability and security and contribute to awareness raising. On the basis of this strategy, the Council will prepare an action plan which will set out concrete measures to achieve these priorities.

The Webinar will be held via Zoom on Wednesday 24 March 2021 starting at 13:00 CET.

As the number of participants is limited, please register by Tuesday 23 March using the following link https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1EYcJsy1eRWnZlW-xmbBrpC1wfVCavUxqCnHp40Vx-j4

posted by Youth RISE on 2021-03-19 13:37:59
New blog post about the progress of one of the Small Grant Programme projects being carried out by Latin America for a Sensible Drug Policy, an online course on a range of topics including harm reduction: https://youthrise.org/progress-of-online-course-in-latin-america/
posted by Sanca National Directorate on 2021-03-17 14:44:03
Sanca National Directorate
posted by international police organization on 2021-03-17 14:15:53
www.interpolice.org www.iposrbija.rs
African Centre for Crime and Security Studies (ACCSS Africa)
posted by Vienna NGO Committee on Drugs on 2021-03-17 10:24:11
The VNGOC boards wants to support members to expand local engagement with the 64th CND online. The board welcomes proposals from member organisations, with a view to making a series of small awards. Apply before 28th March 2021!

👉 https://bit.ly/2NqNE6W

posted by Orsi Feher for Students for Sensible Drug Policy on 2021-03-16 17:27:40
Jason Ortiz is SSDP's new Executive Director! In addition to being a longstanding alumnus of our network, Jason has been on the frontlines of the cannabis equity movement and has led over a dozen races for elected office as campaign manager and political consultant, bringing significant experience to the youth movement to end the War on Drugs.

Additionally, multiple SSDP chapters across the network started or made significant gains on their policy priorities, which you can read about in our Network Highlights: https://ssdp.org/blog/february-2021-report-card/

posted by Association Ne-ovisnost on 2021-03-16 09:52:31
Association Ne-ovisnost
posted by Option2world Initiative Against Drug Abuse on 2021-03-15 23:33:50
Kwara Arise Against Drug Abuse is an Annual sensitization, Awareness Campaign, and Drug Abuse Prevention program across the 16 Local Government in Kwara State.
posted by Option2world Initiative Against Drug Abuse on 2021-03-15 18:01:20
Sunday Kayode Adeoye
posted by Drug Policy Network South East Europe on 2021-03-12 13:48:08
The Drug Policy Network South East Europe published the Analysis of the data on drug-induced deaths in Serbia 2008 – 2019.

DPNSEE has prepared the analysis using statistic about the drug-induced deaths managed by the Statistical Office of the Republic of Serbia. The data used are segmented using codes of the causes of death, agreed with the Ministry of Health and the Institute for Public Health “Dr Milan Jovanović Batut”, in accordance with the standard protocol of the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA).

The statistics include annual tables presenting number of those passed away by different indicators: gender, age, location, substance that caused death, consequence of long term use or accidentally, etc.

A presentation with bilingual data (Serbian and English) and the Analysis (currently only in Serbian) are available following this link http://dpnsee.org/publication/drug-induced-deaths-in-serbia/

posted by Youth RISE on 2021-03-11 19:13:15
Sign up to our new Monthly Newsletter here: https://youthrise.org/newsletter/
posted by international police organization on 2021-03-10 14:49:43
Excellent Webinar today about prevention of using drugs thanks VNGOC UNODC
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