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Addiction, Drug Abuse

UN Sustainable Development Goals

Organizations relating to Addiction, Drug Abuse

International Commission for the Prevention of Alcoholism and Drug Dependency / Est. 1952
REMAR International / Est. 1982
World Anti-Doping Agency / Est. 1999
Anti-Doping Council of Europe
International Total Abstainers Association of Railway Workers / Est. 1905
International Network of Cities on Drug Policy / Est. 1993
Universal Association of Esperanto Good Templars
International Band of Hope Council / Est. 1949
European Association for Substance Abuse Research / Est. 1994
International Urban Action Fund against Drugs / Est. 1992
International Bureau of Abstaining Students / Est. 1907
International Union of Socialist Teetotallers / Est. 1921
Global Alliance for the Prevention of Alcohol-Related Harm Internationally / Est. 1995
European Blue Cross Youth Association / Est. 1979
ASEAN Research and Training Centre for the Detection of Drug Abuse in Body Fluids / Est. 1990
Secu-Cities Network / Est. 1995
European Federation of Drug Abuse Prevention Associations
Nordic Women's Association for Total Abstinence
Asian Harm Reduction Network / Est. 1996
Adult Children of Alcoholics - World Service Organization
International Temperance and Health League
European Foundation for Alcohol Research / Est. 2003
Anti-Drugs Division European Union
Nordic Association for Education to a Life without Drugs
International Narcotic Enforcement Officers Association / Est. 1960

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World Problems relating to Addiction, Drug Abuse

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Excessive television viewing
Substance abuse by the elderly
Alcoholic dementia
Delirium alcoholicum
Social costs of substance abuse
Misuse of antibiotics
Abuse of prescription drugs
Public drunkenness
Alcoholic psychosis
Pesticide intoxication
Excessive exercise
Drug dependence
Generic drugs
Excessive consumption of vitamins
Abuse of hallucinogens
LSD abuse
Tobacco smoking
Abuse of khat
Alcohol abuse
Drunken driving
Inhaling of solvents and anaesthetic drugs

Action Strategies relating to Addiction, Drug Abuse

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Promoting chaste living for youth
Abstaining from sex
Abstaining from patient participation in medical decision-making
Abstaining from environmental education
Abstaining from local authority planning
Controlling drug abuse
Abstaining from participation by local communities in democratic processes
Abstaining from a world food security system
Denying right to political asylum
Abstaining from world religion
Fighting war against drugs
Abstaining from employment
Abstaining from semantic equivalents between languages
Treating drug addiction
Treating alcoholism
Studying alcoholism as a disease
Educating children to prevent drug taking
Using drug rehabilitation programmes
Abstaining from self love
Sacrificing political ideals
Abstaining from economic and technical development
Abstaining from progress in establishing New International Economic Order
Monitoring drugs

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