FDFE Commitment to UDHR

Déc 14, 2018 by

On 10 December 2018, FDFE participated to the celebration of the 70th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) in the Palace of Nations of the United Nations in Geneva. The Conference was organized by CAP LC* and Fundacion VIDA* with the support of the: -Permanent Representation of Estonia to the UN and other International Organisations in Geneva, -Permanent Mission of Finland in Geneva, -Republic of Philippines Permanent Mission to the United Nations Geneva, -Permanent Mission of the Slovak Republic to the United Nations Office and other International Organisations in Geneva. There were more than 120 attendees including 20 Representatives of Permanent Missions at the U.N. and 25 speakers/moderators. The general theme was:                                      ...

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CZ. Operation Drug Prevention

Déc 13, 2018 by

The Czech Republic Say No To Drugs team did a vast drug prevention operation in the nicely decorated city of Pilsen which is already in the Christmas mood. Good time to remember that drugs, including alcohol are psychoactive substances that are not making people happy and enjoying life. A French poet, Charles Baudelaire, said in the Artificial Paradises, speaking about hashish: »The will especially is attacked, of all the faculties, the most precious. »  Thus, through the city and the booths the team with their helpers handed out by hand no less than 1400 booklets from the series The Truth About Drugs. The public mainly composed of parents and families was very receptive and appreciated a lot the operation as you can see...

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SNTD Madrid, Urban Violence & Education...

Nov 8, 2018 by

The Say No To Drugs team of Madrid was invited to participate to the Second World Forum on Urban Violence and Education for Coexistence and Peace (5-8 November 2018) . They delivered a lecture on drug prevention as a tool for reducing the violence and generating peace in the cities. The audience very interested by the subject, was composed of no less than 40 people coming from all ways of life, citizens, parents, officials  and representatives of the civil society. Drugs are more than just another social problem and now, the greatest toll is on young people. This Forum was a great opportunity for the lecturer to show to the public that the ignorance about what is a drug and how harmful drugs are, contributes to endanger the life not only of the individuals but...

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News from SNTD-Czech Republic

Oct 30, 2018 by

The Rekni Ne Drogam – Rekni Ano Zivotu  lecturer Lukas,  was invited by a school director of Klatovy to deliver a prevention lecture based on the campaign The Truth About Drugs to about 30 young children. The purpose was to empower them with factual and preventive information on the drugs, what they are and how harmful they could be for the individual and even worst in the case of the youth. The lecture was made in an interactive way by the trained lecturer and the Director, also concerned by the drug subject attended the lecture. At the end each child filled a survey and received informative booklets reminding factually the effects (short and long term) of the 10 drugs the most used.   The result was children very interested by the subject and amazingly attentive according to...

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EMCDDA: About the Captagon

Oct 29, 2018 by

News from EMCDDA .   To read the full report visit:

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SP.Valencia free of drugs

Oct 21, 2018 by

The Valencia Sin Drogas Educator (Spain) Alfredo had a very active lecturing month. This started with a drug prevention lecture in a school to 30 youngsters, providing them with the true facts on what drugs really are. And by raising the awareness on the harming effects of drugs the youth can now make an informed decision regarding using the drugs and in addition they will contribute to protect their family and friends. Another lecture was gathering a hundred of attendees representing no less than 15 Municipalities with a public representative of all ways of life such as politicians, educators, teachers, pedagogues, psychologists, public safety and health officers and more.                                                    ...

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