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Organizations relating to Addiction, Drug Abuse

International Commission for the Prevention of Alcoholism and Drug Dependency / Silver Spring MD, USA / Est. 1952
REMAR International / Madrid, Spain / Est. 1982
World Anti-Doping Agency / Montréal QC, Canada / Est. 1999
International Band of Hope Council / Est. 1949
European Association for Substance Abuse Research / Munich, Germany / Est. 1994
Asian Harm Reduction Network / Chiang Mai, Thailand / Est. 1996
Adult Children of Alcoholics - World Service Organization / Torrance CA, USA
European Foundation for Alcohol Research / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 2003
International Narcotic Enforcement Officers Association / Glenville NY, USA / Est. 1960
Italian Centre of Solidarity / Rome, Italy / Est. 1968
Vienna NGO Committee on Drugs / Vienna, Austria / Est. 1983
International Lawyers in Alcoholics Anonymous / Polson MT, USA / Est. 1975
Scandinavia Against Drugs / Est. 1985
International Convention Against Doping in Sport / Est. 2005
ENSH-Global Network for Tobacco Free Health Care Services / Geelong, Australia / Est. 1999
Caribbean Harm Reduction Coalition / Castries, St Lucia / Est. 2001
European Treatment Centers for Drug Addiction / Vienna, Austria / Est. 1980
Australasian Professional Society on Alcohol and Other Drugs / Sydney, Australia / Est. 1981
Global Alcohol Policy Alliance / London, UK / Est. 2000
Anti-doping Convention / Strasbourg, France / Est. 1989
International Doctors in Alcoholics Anonymous / Lexington KY, USA / Est. 1949
European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction / Lisbon, Portugal / Est. 1993
World\'s Woman\'s Christian Temperance Union / Håvik, Norway / Est. 1883
International Council on Alcohol and Addictions / Lausanne, Switzerland / Est. 1907
European Foundation of Drug Helplines / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1993

View all profiles (106 total) in the Yearbook of International Organizations

World Problems relating to Addiction, Drug Abuse

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Substance abuse
Drug abuse by adolescents
Drug dependence
Excessive television viewing
Youth smoking
Substance abuse during pregnancy and breast-feeding
Inhaling of solvents and anaesthetic drugs
Inadequate drug control
Alcohol abuse
Juvenile alcoholism
Criminal investment in youth market
Psychological pollution by mass media
Multi-drug abuse
Social costs of substance abuse
Tobacco smoking
Substance abuse by role models
Health hazards of smoking for women
Children of drug addicts
Excessive portrayal of substance abuse in the media
Children of alcoholics
Drunk driving
Pesticide poisoning
Alcohol intoxication
Use of medical drugs for non medical purposes
Excessive consumption of vitamins

Action Strategies relating to Addiction, Drug Abuse

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Promoting chaste living for youth
Abstaining from sex
Supporting drug use
Fasting
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
Vegetarianism
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

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