Launch of the Spanish Chapter of ISSUP

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ISSUP Webinars

ISSUP Spain invites you to attend its launch event.

PROGRAM:

PRESENTATION TABLE - LAUNCH 

  • LIVIA EDEGGER - ISSUP Deputy Director
  • JIMENA KALAWSKI - efa Demand Reduction at organization of American States (OAS) CICAD
  • BRIAN MORALES - Chief of the Anti-Narcotics Division of INL
  • PATRICIA ROS - Representative of the Spanish Chapter of ISSUP

Moderator: Bartolomé Perez
 
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FRAMEWORK PRESENTATION: "CHALLENGES OF PREVENTION IN SPAIN TODAY"  

  • ALFONSO RAMIREZ DE ARELLANO - Clinical psychologist and family psychotherapist in drug addiction, combining his care work with the researcher and the informative one in the media. Head of service of the Social Prevention Unit of the Diputación de Huelva.

Moderator: Manuel Isorna
                            
TABLE 1: PREVENTION UNDERWAY

  • RAI PARREÑO. Social worker and technician of the Local Plan of Drug Dependencies and other addictions. Portugalete City Council.
  • SUSANA REDONDO. Head of the Drug Use Assessment and Prevention Service of the Regional Drug Commissioner. Junta de Castilla y León
  • LUISA CONEJOS. Responsible for the sectoral programs of Social Services of the City of Lleida. Founding member of the Xarxa Perifèrics.

Moderator : Jesús Cartelle

TABLE 2: STRATEGIC LINES IN PREVENTION

  • MELVA RAMIREZ. Project coordinator. UNODC
  • J. RAMON VILLALBÍ . Government Delegate for the  NATIONAL PLAN ON DRUGS
  • Joaquin Corcobado Romo. Head of the Citizenship and Social Rights Area. LOCAL CORPORATIONS: SPANISH FEDERATION OF MUNICIPALITIES AND PROVINCES (FEMP)  

Moderator: Antonio Rial  

CLOSURE

  • MARIANO MONTENEGRO. Director of the Colombo Plan for Latin America and the Caribbean. External consultant to UNODC.

Moderator: Otger Amatller


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Spain
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Spanish

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