European Association of Libraries and Information Services on Addictions (ELISAD)
1989-09 Stockholm Sweden
Sep 1989, Stockholm (Sweden), as European Association of Libraries and Information Services on Alcohol and Other Drugs. Constitution ratified 31 May 1991, Stockholm; 2000, Lyon (France). Ceased to exist when merged in B-XM4724 - Prevention of Honey Bee COlony LOSSes (COLOSS), prior to 2016.
Enable those working in the field of alcohol and other drugs and facing common challenges to exchange ideas and experience and, through networking and interaction, improve their knowledge, skills and performance; stimulate and enhance European cooperation on information issues between libraries, institutions, information services and individuals in the field; stimulate and promote the use and development of information management techniques; encourage development of policies to facilitate dissemination of information; provide professional information; encourage mobility and continuing education, especially with regard to new technology.
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