Presented in six separate booklets, the World Drug Report 2020 provides a wealth of information and analysis to support the international community in implementing operational recommendations on a number of commitments made by Member States, including the recommendations contained in the outcome document of the special session of the General Assembly on the world drug problem, held in 2016.
oin Adfam, Scottish Families, and the Scottish Recovery Consortium for a conversation about language in the drug + alcohol sector + beyond
About this Event
This event will include:
The 14th ISSDP Conference will be held in Aguascalientes, Mexico from the 2nd until the 4th of June 2021. This annual event is of interest to academics in the field of drug policy, as well as policymakers and decision-makers interested in drugs and drug policy.
Focusing on people with overlapping experiences of homelessness and substance use, this hot topic examines what social policies would look like if they prioritised saving lives and improving lives.
The 'Men and Alcohol: Key Issues’ report brings together key findings from the 2019/2020 SHAAP/IAS Men and Alcohol seminar series, and makes recommendations for research, policy and practice. To view/download the report, click here.
The 2020 NDARC Annual Research Symposium- Session Three: E-cigarettes and tobacco: Policy, trends and interventions
Date: Thursday, 19 November
Time: 9:00am – 10:30am
The third session is focused on the latest research on e-cigarettes and tobacco.
This session includes presentations on NDARC’s tobacco and e-cigarettes stream, including the e-cigarette surveillance project and smoking cessation trials.
2020 OSCE-wide Conference on Combating the Threat of Illicit Drugs and the Diversion of Chemical Precursors
Strengthening Effective Prevention of Drug Use among Youth through Community Policing
When an individual smokes a cigarette (or roll-up, pipe or cigar), most of the smoke doesn't go into their lungs, it goes into the air around them where anyone nearby can breathe it in. This is known as second-hand smoke.
Infants and children are particularly vulnerable to the negative impact of smoke.