The annual meeting to review progress on the 2030 Agenda is also an opportunity to strengthen partnerships to accomplish the Sustainable Development Goals
What you can do in your own communities to implement international law
Dianova International continues to be a member of the CSFD for the period 2018-2020
The UNODC study reveals a series of worrying records about the production of drugs and the increase of deaths from overdose
Dianova Chile launches a program of Professional Update and Development of Competences for its on-site teams in the field of Addiction Treatment.
Dianova organises the “Learning network – Trends and Challenges for 21st century NGOs” symposium and a visit to the Quinta das Lapas therapeutic community in Portugal to commemorate its twentieth anniversary.
Communication technologies, Internet, mobile phones and video games are now high on the agenda when it comes to addiction and mental illness
Dianova publishes a document about the stigma of substance use disorders in the workplace, the best practices to combat stigma and to implement an efficient substance use policy at work
Dianova Portugal is awarded the “Quality is Equality” Honorable Mention at a ceremony in the presence of the Secretary of State for Citizenship and Equality
Despite the extent of the addiction problem, people must face a highly stigmatizing moral judgment from society as a whole, which can lead to dramatic consequences