Groupe européen d'échanges Rhin-Meuse-Moselle - drogues et dépendances - intervention - recherche - formation (GEERMM - Europe)
Europäische Arbeitsgemeinschaft zur Förderung des Informations Austausches über Suchtgefahren, Rhein-Maas-Mosel (Euro AFIS)
6-7 Nov 1986, Strasbourg (France), with the support of Council of Europe (CE) and European Commission (EC), as Groupe européen d'échanges Rhin-Meuse-Moselle - drogues et dépendances (GEERMM) -- Europäische Arbeitsgemeinschaft zur Förderung des Informations Austausches über Suchtgefahren, Rhein-Maas-Mosel (Euro AFIS). Previously also known under the English title European Group for Exchange Rhine-Meuse-Moselle. Registered in accordance with French law.
Exchange information in the field of drugs; create a dynamic for meeting, exchange and training among intermediaries in toxicomania in the region; forge links between practitioners, researchers and trainers in the area of drug use, whether legal or illegal, and dependence phenomena; plan and carry out programmes at the European level in these domains; facilitate links between different geographical and linguistic focii and different current theories.Available with paid subscription only.
Comparative studies on the current situation in the region; cross-frontier preventative action through similar action in the different countries by groups of social workers, teachers and volunteers; congresses; Summer University.
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- Societal Problems
- Research, Standards
- Health Care
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