1. The Dianova Network Welcomes 4 New Members


    The Association of Youth Commited to Humanitarian Action (Togo), the European Center for Addiction Prevention (Romania), Active Women for Environmental Protection (DRC) and RIO (Norway), become associate members of Dianova International

  2. 47th OAS General Assembly


    The 47th General Assembly of the Organization of American States: “Strengthening dialogue and concertation for prosperity”, Cancun, Quintana Roo, 19-21 June, 2017

  3. Dianova 2017 Reunion


    Approximately sixty participants and delegates from ordinary, affiliated and associated members of the organization attended Dianova’s Annual meeting

  4. Dianova Joins the “Listen First” Global Campaign


    Addiction prevention: the Dianova International Network Joins the United Nations Global Campaign “Listen First”

  5. Position Paper for the 2017 High-Level Political Forum


    The Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO) Major Group releases its official position paper for the 2017 High-Level Political Forum on sustainable development

  6. The Global Compact on Migration


    UN, New York, 22 & 23 May: Civil Society urges member states to achieve a rights-based agreement with measurable actions

  7. Mental health

    Children, Mental Health, & Sustainable Development


    Caring for the mental health of children and youth is a necessary tool to enable the realization of the Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development

  8. 19th Ibero-American Seminar on Drugs and Cooperation


    The seminar organized by the Ibero-American Network of NGOs working in the fields of Drugs and Other Addictions (RIOD) took place in San José, Costa Rica

  9. Agenda 2030: Eliminating Poverty is Key!


    Producing integrated policies is the only pathway to creating sustainable communities and peaceful societies

  10. The Therapeutic Alliance in a Residential Setting


    On May 11, 2017, Dianova participated in an event organized in Rome (Italy) by the Italian Society on Addiction Research (SITD) and presented the peculiarities of the therapeutic alliance in a residential setting.