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In March 2019, the international community gathered in Vienna for a high-level Ministerial Segment to take stock of the past 10 years of global drug policy and chart the course for the coming decade in UN drug control. This was a key opportunity for civil society to influence the debates and call for more effective drug policies going forward.
Drugs and SDGs – a Guide for NGOs is a publication of guidance to help NGOs contribute to the Outcome Document of UNGASS and to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Agenda 2030 of the United Nations. An aarticle courtesy of Dianova International Network, which 26 Members operate in 20 countries of 4 continents.
Dianova Portugal attended the Pompidou Group Executive Training on ‘Incorporating gender dimensions in drug policy practice and service delivery’, held the 2-5 April in Amsterdam. With this participation, Dianova aims to consolidate the incorporation of the gender perspective in its Addiction Treatment Programs.
Scientific Evidence follow up study on Drugs and Alcohol Addiction Treatment and Reintegration, entitled “Trajectories from addiction to reintegration – study of the social trajectories of drug abusers after a therapeutic process. Had as empirical basis the users of the Therapeutic Community Quinta das Lapas, Dianova Portugal.
The therapeutic alliance is one of the central factors in the addiction treatment in a Therapeutic Community. We believe that the models, techniques and activities form our drug addiction and alcoholism treatment. But what serves as a catalyst for change is the relationship, the bond that builds and develops along the same.
Dianova launches the campaign #YourVoice+ to Achieve True Gender Equality. Aims to help eradicate the multiple barriers that prevent women from accessing a real equality in education and workplace. Also to give both men and women a voice in order to help to achieve the Vision of the 2030 Agenda. Abandoning discriminatory laws, the global GDP could increase 26%.