Easter in London


In April, for the Easter time, in the capital of England (United Kingdom) standing on the River Thames, the volunteers of the London Say No To Drugs Team went to do an information campaign about the harmful effects of drugs.                                                                                                                      Indeed, according the annual prevalence of cannabis use relative to the 2019 global estimate, 7,9% of the UK population (https://dataunodc.un.org) with 13,4% of the youth aged 15 to 34 (www.oecd-ilibrary.org) are using cannabis, always the most used drugs among others.

The London Team handed out some 1400 booklets from The Truth About Drugs series, visited 90 shops and 70 houses and had the possibility through some 30 chats to explain how street drugs badly affect mind and body, compromising a decent and happy life.

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Foundation for a Drug-Free Europe was formed in March 2004 with the firm purpose of preventing and stopping debilitating drug use through educating non-users concerning the harmful effects that drugs can inflict upon the body, mind and personality, and by finding and directing existing users to programmes that can help them achieve comfortable abstinence for life.

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