Le trente-septième Comité d'experts sur la pharmacodépendance (ECDD) se réunira à Genève du 16 au 20 novembre 2015 pour examiner un certain nombre de substances qui peuvent engendrer des risques de dépendance, d'abus et nuire à la santé. Pour en savoir plus, en anglais, veuillez lire les informations ci-dessous.

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The Thirty-seventh Expert Committee on Drug Dependence (ECDD) will meet in Geneva from 16 to 20 November 2015 to review a number of substances with potential for dependence, abuse and harm to health, and will make recommendations to the UN Secretary-General, on the need for and level of international control of these substances.

At its 126th session in January 2010, the Executive Board approved the publication “Guidance on the WHO review of psychoactive substances for international control” (EB126/2010/REC1, Annex 6) which requires the Secretariat to request relevant information from Ministers of Health in Member States and to prepare a report for submission to the ECDD.

For this purpose, a questionnaire was designed to gather information on the legitimate use, harmful use, status of national control and potential impact of international control for each substance under evaluation. Member States are invited to collaborate, as in the past, in this process by providing pertinent information as requested in the questionnaire and concerning substances under review.

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