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CRC art. 33, Drug Prevention and Children...

Juil 7, 2019 by

There were a full room of public attending the side event, about 50 people from different ways of life but all concerned by the human rights, including the protection of the children by the States versus drug use, which is the objective of the article 33 of the Convention on the Rights of the Child (1989). The Moderator in the introduction gave a short overview of the devastating effects created by the drugs and focused on the cannabis which is the entrance gate to the drug use for the youth. He reminded also the statements of the UNODC* Executive Director and of the former President of the INCB* very clear on the subject of recreative drug legalization and the violation of the 3 International Conventions by 2 countries worldwide ! The presentation of the...

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SNTD Clermont at the Brennus’ shield Top 14 Finale....

Juin 16, 2019 by

Hot time on this 15 June in the Stade de France in Paris/St Denis, for the great Top 14 Rugby Grande Finale between Clermont-Ferrand and Toulouse Teams.             The winning team of the French Rugby XV Championship, the Top 14 is awarded with the famous Brennus’ shield created in 1892. The Top 14 match was broadcast live in Clermont on a big screen on the main Place of Jaude , dominated by the equestrian statue of Vercingetorix. And the Say No To Drug Team (SNTD) of Clermont was there too with thousands of Clermont supporters! So, on the Place of Jaude and around, some 1470 booklets The Truth About Drugs were distributed to the ASM* Clermont supporters and fans wearing their yellow tee-shirt, color of the Clermont Rugby Club....

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10-21 June Cyclo-run 2019 For a Drug Free Czech Republic...

Juin 14, 2019 by

The great annual cyclo-run for a Drug Free Czech Republic was launched on 10th of June in a great style. This action, covering thousands of kilometers across the country and 39 cities, is made possible thanks to the great contribution of their 100 sponsors and the dedication of the organizers. After an introduction and presentation of the purpose of the event and of the cyclo-runners the cyclo-run started by a run across the city of Prague accompanied by some 350 youth and adults. The runners will continue their road through the country visiting cities’ officials, doing lectures in schools, interviews with media, drug prevention booklets distributions, conferences and more. All this to bring to the youth and public at large the sad reality about what the drugs really are and how damaging are their...

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Ireland – Dublin team in action!...

Juin 12, 2019 by

This is a rather new drug prevention team which started some half a year ago, with the firm determination to revert the drug scene in Dublin. Dublin, is the capital, the largest and an historical city of the Republic of Ireland, located on the east coast at the mouth of the river Liffey. Dublin is renowned for its St Patrick’s Cathedral (1191), its Castle from the 13th century, its library, the bridges, the famous Guiness and a lot more. Just to mention the 2 main achievements that the Dublin drug prevention team did in just a half year are: 1. They gave out more than 150 000 Truth About Drugs booklets mostly in Dublin in cooperation with over 300 local shops always welcoming the distributors and, 2. On the top of that 407 Police...

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SNTD France @ the Adidas 10K (Paris)...

Juin 11, 2019 by

On 9 June in Paris was held the 2nd edition of the Adidas 10 km Paris. They were some 22000 runners registered and among them the SNTD France team wearing their remarkable topaze tee-shirts. The originality of this run is the distance which is accessible to a greater number and the fact that you run as a team to represent your district in Paris (14 districts were represented). The first race started at 9am on Sunday morning Place de la Concorde to end up at the Invalides. The SNTD team did it. Of course they have not reached the time of the great winners Florian in 29 minutes for the men or of Garance in 30 minutes for the women, but as said the four-time gold medalist Jesse Owens in the 1936 Olympic Games:...

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