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Brussels Anti-Drug Campaign Launched on « Car-Free Day »

Sep 24, 2006 by

New Booklets Promote Living Healthier, Drug-Free Lives

September 2006

fdfe-2006Every year the major cities of Belgium observe a « car-free day » as part of « European Mobility Week » — a campaign to encourage people to take advantage of alternative transport for a healthier environment.

This year, the Foundation for a Drug-Free Europe chose this day, with its emphasis on living healthier lives, to launch its new anti-drug campaign.

This year, the Foundation for a Drug-Free Europe chose this day, with its emphasis on living healthier lives, to launch its new anti-drug campaign.

Members of the FDFE in their anti-drug t-shirts joined other volunteer on « Car-Free Day » in passing out brand new drug information booklets to the many pedestrians thronging the Brussels streets.

“Truth about Drugs” booklets provide straight forward, little known facts on marijuana, ecstasy, cocaine, crack, heroin, LSD, painkillers, “kiddie cocaine” (prescription stimulants), and methamphetamine. Today there are more than 18 million copies in circulation and information on them is available at www.fdfe.eu.