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WEBINAR | ISSUP India - Therapeutic Communities and Its Applications

India, India,
ISSUP India is pleased to invite you to attend a webinar on Therapeutic Communities and Its Applications. The webinar is scheduled to be present on Tuesday, Sep 8, 2020 from 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm | duration 1 hour 30 minutes | (UTC+05:30) Chennai, Kolkata, Mumbai, New Delhi.

The Child Welfare Inequalities App

Created by
Calum Webb Sociologist

The CWIP App brings together around 16 different datasets at the local authority and neighbourhood level, with a range of features including being able to adjust for deprivation effects using the results from linear models calculated ‘on the fly’; the ability to compare multiple different graphs side-by-side; and the possibility to create literally hundreds of thousands of possible gr

New Horizons 2020: Call for applications

Applications are now invited for Alcohol Change UK's New Horizons grants programme for innovative and future-facing academic research on 'Groups, Communities and Alcohol Harm'. The new grants programme will fund up to four research projects to explore topics connected to this theme. Applicants are strongly encouraged to propose projects that bring together different academic disciplines in order to bring new perspectives, theory and methodologies to the work. The New Horizons grants programme is open to

Parenting under COVID-19

Created by
UNODC

Families across the globe are adapting to changes due to (COVID-19).

While isolation can represent an opportunity for families to spend time together, many caregivers will be experiencing conflicting feelings and priorities, as well as practical challenges.

Alcohol-free Childhood: Investigation by the Children’s Parliament

Alcohol has a constant presence in everyday lives. It is important that all practitioners, professionals, and policymakers are aware of this presence and the impact it has on different members of society. One way to gather this information is through simply asking people where they are exposed to alcohol and what it means to them. One group of people, whose voice often goes unheard, but whose lives are undoubtedly affected by alcohol, are children. In

Harm to Others from Drinking: Patterns in Nine Societies

Published by
WHO
Publication Date

The adverse impact of alcohol consumption include the negative consequences of drinking on individuals other than the drinkers themselves, including both health and social problems.  Alcohol’s harm to others (HTO) is an interactional occurrence at the level of individuals and their relationships and is determined from the perspective of those affected by the drinker rather than from the perspective of the drinker or the society.