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Almerimar Golf Tournament Against Drugs...

Juin 19, 2018 by

Jose R. Ortega Lopez was the great winner of the Almerimar Golf Tournament held Sunday June 17 at the Golf Almerimar Resort. This initiative was designed by Faustino Gomez on behalf of the Fundacion para la Mejora de la Vida, la Cultura y la Sociedad of Madrid with the help and sponsorship of Almerimar Golf Director, Mr. Juan Parron. The organizers got the immediate collaboration and support of the V/President of the Provincial Government of Almeria, the City Council of El Ejido represented by the In-Charge of the Drug Prevention Programs and Addiction Problems, the Counselor for Sports , the Social Services, the Representative of the Almerimar District Board, Caritas Palerma, the Almeria Golf Center and the Foundation for a Drug Free Europe (FDFE) . A hundred of players participated to give master blows against...

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Belgium – Festival, Yes! Drug, No!...

Juin 12, 2018 by

The Say No To Drugs Belgium Team had been very active during this month of May in delivering information on the harmful effects of drugs during the numerous Festivals happening across Belgium in Flanders and in Brussels. They were providing to the public at large their drug prevention materials : The Truth about Drugs booklets, and also the Truth About: Ecstasy, Ritalin, Cannabis, Alcohol and Cocaine, booklet sets, info kits, DVDs with Documentary and video clips, brochures “Worldwide Success by Educators” and “Worldwide Success by Law Enforcement” according the interest of the public. Sfinks Mundial Festival The SNTD team had the opportunity to set up their tent and booth during the Sfinks Mundial Festival at Boechout on May 10th. They were proposing their educative materials to the parents, children, teachers, students, heads of associations,...

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European Drug Report 2018

Juin 11, 2018 by

  Discover more about the European Drug Report 2018 :    http://www.emcdda.europa.eu/edr2018...

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Icelandic Prevention Model

Juin 6, 2018 by

The FDFE Representative attended in Reykjavik (Iceland) from 30th May to 1st June 2018 the Planet Youth Workshop based on the Icelandic Primary Prevention Model developed in 1998. The Agenda organized by the Icelandic Centre of Social research and Analysis (ISCRA) was divided in 3 parts: Setting the Scene, Core factors and Resources. There were about 70 participants coming from around the world (Canada, Russia, USA, and Europe), interested by the success obtain by Iceland in getting the youth drinking dropping from 42% to 5%. Based on research there were 4 key points to consider: Family Factors, Peer Group, Unstructured Activities and Organized Youth Work. With the help and participation of the NGOs, schools, Municipality, politicians and the government, the founders developed a sustainable Model where the parents are more involved in caring of...

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Geneva « out of the Hell »!...

Juin 5, 2018 by

The Say No To Drugs team of Geneva held several booths and distributed about 5000 educative booklets The Truth About Alcohol and The Truth About Drugs informing on the harmful effects of drugs either in the shops or at the Cornavin station. In addition many flyers to order booklets were also distributed in letter boxes. Their action is always successful not only with the youth eager to discover more about these substances but also with the parents and adults, to get data for their personal knowledge. In many cases the volunteers had the youth, from 13 and 20 year old, coming back to the booth to get more booklets to distribute to their peers. A young man in his thirties told about his personal drug story and how this was difficult and painful to...

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FDFE at 6th WFAD & 25th ECAD Conference...

Mai 19, 2018 by

On May 14-15 in Gothenburg (Sweden), the FDFE Representative from Brussels attended the 6th World Forum Against Drugs (WFAD) and the 25th European Cities Against Drugs (ECAD) Mayors’ Conference. This event gathering 388 participants was co-organized by WFAD, ECAD, Sverige Mot Narkotika and the City of Gothenburg. It was held in the main Conference and adjacent rooms of the Elite Hotel. To introduce the Forum, the Chair of the City Executive Board, Mrs. Ann-Sofie Hermansson, the WFAD International President, Mr. Sven-Olov Carlsson and the ECAD Chair, Mr. Viggo Lütcherath, as first speakers reminded that the world drug problem is both grave and serious and that the use and abuse of illicit drugs constitute a serious public health problem not only to the individuals, their families and close ones but also to their communities. The...

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