The European and French Forums for Urban Security are organising, in partnership with the city of Nantes, a European conference called “Excessive alcoholism amongst youths in public spaces: the mobilisation of European cities towards a common strategy”.
This conference will provide an opportunity to review current Harm Reduction practices both nationally & internationally and to examine the future potential for Harm Reduction within the recovery agenda.
The study found that despite concerted efforts by the international community to raise the profile of civil society engagement in the health policy process, the Global Fund’s financing of advocacy by civil society organisations (CSOs) in the former Soviet Union has been limited.
Recognising that violence caused by transnational organized crime by the world drug problem is a serious threat to the welfare of citizens or promoting institutional strengthening were some of the agreements of last iberoamerican summit of Cadiz.
The campaign 'Breaking the taboo' highlights that the war on drugs has failed and that it is time to reform drug policies. It calls for governments to break the taboo on drug policy debates and reform.
Human Right centres and drugs users in India demanded to the Government standards for evidence-based, voluntary treatment for drug dependence, monitor centres and more government facilities to manage drug addiction.