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Août 13, 2018 by

What you need to know about the drugs, The right answers to your questions and more…...

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Germany Teams Convention

Août 10, 2018 by

On July 28th, 2018, the 6th Annual National Say No to Drugs Convention Germany took place in Hamburg, Germany. It was attended by representatives of the local Say No to Drugs teams of Berlin, Hamburg, Munich, Düsseldorf, Stuttgart, Hanover as well as the team of the national Say No to Drugs – Say Yes to Life association. During the convention, representatives of each team presented their local activities to educate about drugs and raise awareness in their respective areas and each team was officially commended for their extraordinary volunteer work. Jürgen, President of the national Say No to Drugs association, gave an overview about the developments regarding incoming requests for drug prevention material across Germany, Austria and Switzerland, which are trending upwards. The summarizing presentation of Laura, the national campaign coordinator, gave an impression of how many...

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U.N., Child Rights & Drug Prevention – 26 June 2018...

Juil 15, 2018 by

« By listening to the needs of children and young people, prevention can contribute to their safety, health and well-being, and enable them realize their potential. All our societies would be better off if more resources were devoted to supporting evidence-based drug prevention strategies, which are a sound and effective investment in families, schools and communities. »                                                                                                     Yuri Fedotov, Executive Director of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)-26 June 2018 (1) At the Palais des Nations of the United Nations in Geneva, on...

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World Drug Report 2018-Press Release...

Juil 2, 2018 by

World Drug Report 2018: opioid crisis, prescription drug abuse expands; cocaine and opium hitrecord highs NEW YORK/VIENNA/GENEVA/NAIROBI, 26 June 2018 – The non-medical use of prescription drugs is becoming a major threat to public health and law enforcement worldwide with opioids causing the most harm and accounting for 76 per cent of deaths where drug use disorders were implicated, according to the latest World Drug Report, released today by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC). Fentanyl and its analogues remain a problem in North America, while tramadol – an opioid used to treat moderate and moderate-to-severe pain – has become a growing concern in parts of Africa and Asia. Accessibility of fentanyl and tramadol for medical use is vital for treating pain, but traffickers manufacture them illicitly and promote them in...

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UNODC World Drug Report 2018

Juil 2, 2018 by

                              The World Drug Report and further content is available here:                                          ...

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