1. What happened at the CND61?


    The organized civil society is now playing an important role at the United Nations Commission on Narcotic Drugs

  2. CND61

    Manifesto in favour of Therapeutic Communities


    This joint statement was delivered at the special event “Shedding light on the science of therapeutic communities”, held on March 13 at the Commission on Narcotic Drugs, in Vienna

  3. Commission on the Status of Women CSW62 – 2018


    As an ECOSOC-accredited NGO, Dianova will attend the sixty-second session of the CSW in New York City from 12 to 23 March and participate in various side events.

  4. Education for Gender Equality in Nicaragua


    8 March, International Women’s Day – education, an instrument of high impact to create a sustainable path for self, family and community development

  5. CND61

    Dianova to Attend the 61st Session of CND


    The 61st session of the Commission on Narcotic Drugs will open on March 12 with participation from UN Member States and civil society organizations

  6. International Women’s Day – the Commitment of FAPE


    Active Women for Environmental Protection (FAPE) is an associate member of Dianova International, dedicated to defending women’s rights

  7. Dianova and the Cuban academic world will sign collaboration agreement


    New partnerships with the Matanzas University will generate contributions in areas such as scientific research and development of services

  8. Zero Discrimination Day 2018


    Zero Discrimination Day focuses on the right of people to live their lives without being prejudiced in any way

  9. UNICEF under New Leadership


    The organization’s plan to leave no one behind and reach the furthest behind first includes enhancing partnership and increasing focus on adolescents

  10. The Rohingya Refugee Crises


    Dianova co-organized two panel discussions at the United Nations in New York to address the plight of the Rohingya