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Organizations relating to Addiction, Drug Abuse

World Federation Against Drugs / Stockholm, Sweden / Est. 2009
International Drug Abuse Research Society / Jefferson AR, USA
European Association for Substance Abuse Research / Munich, Germany / Est. 1994
European Treatment Centers for Drug Addiction / Vienna, Austria / Est. 1980
Centre de coordination pour la lutte anti-drogue en Méditerranée / Est. 2008
European Federation of Addiction Societies / Boechout, Belgium / Est. 2010
Caribbean Institute on Alcoholism and Other Drug Problems / St Clair, Trinidad-Tobago
Norden Mot Narkotika / Est. 1985
Fondation européenne des services d'accueil téléphonique drogues et toxicomanies / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1993
Overeaters Anonymous / Rio Rancho NM, USA / Est. 1960
South Eastern European-Adriatic Addiction Treatment Network / Ljubljana, Slovenia
Nordiskt Alkohol- och Narkotikapolitiskt Samarbete / Türi, Estonia / Est. 2000
Global Smokefree Partnership / Geneva, Switzerland
International Centre for Science in Drug Policy
REMAR International / Madrid, Spain / Est. 1982
Adult Children of Alcoholics - World Service Organization / Torrance CA, USA
International Narcotic Enforcement Officers Association / Glenville NY, USA / Est. 1960
Italian Centre of Solidarity / Rome, Italy / Est. 1968
International Lawyers in Alcoholics Anonymous / Polson MT, USA / Est. 1975
Secular Organizations for Sobriety / Los Angeles CA, USA / Est. 1985
International Nurses Society on Addictions / Birmingham AL, USA / Est. 1975
World Organization for Education, Science and Development / Tripoli, Libya / Est. 1990
Universal Association of Esperanto Good Templars
International Band of Hope Council / London, UK / Est. 1949
International Bureau of Abstaining Students / Est. 1907
International Union of Socialist Teetotallers / Est. 1921
International Temperance and Health League / Moscow, Russia
Nordic Association for Education to a Life without Drugs
General Secretariat of Abstaining Socialists / Est. 1910
European Association of Addiction Therapy / London, UK
International Catholic League Sobrietas / Est. 1897
International Association for Non-Violent Sport / Monte Carlo, Monaco / Est. 1972
Fédération universelle d'étudiants contre l'alcoolisme / Est. 1921
International Anti-Opium Association / Est. 1918
World Prohibition Federation / Est. 1909
International Temperance Educational and Cultural Association
Nordens Kristna Nykterhetsråd / Skatval, Norway / Est. 1934
International Committee of Abstaining Priests / Est. 1911
International Association of Athletes Against Drugs / Madrid, Spain / Est. 1997
International Union of Abstaining Teachers / Est. 1909
Crux, International Catholic Federation of Total Abstainers / Est. 1913
International League of Anti-Prohibitionists / Est. 1922
Global Addiction / London, UK
Asociación Latinoamericana de Adiccionologia / Ñuñoa, Chile
Eurasian Network of People Who Use Drugs
Foundation for a Smoke-Free World / New York NY, USA / Est. 2017
International Doctors in Alcoholics Anonymous / Lexington KY, USA / Est. 1949
International Convention Against Doping in Sport / Est. 2005
Conseil antidopage de l'Europe
Latin American Harm Reduction Network / Est. 1998

View all profiles (274 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
Alcohol abuse
Inadequate drug control
Drug abuse by adolescents
Drug dependence
Excessive television viewing
Youth smoking
Substance abuse during pregnancy and breast-feeding
Inhaling of solvents and anaesthetic drugs
Morphine abuse
Excessive consumption of vitamins
Use of medical drugs for non medical purposes
Alcohol intoxication
Pesticide poisoning
Drunk driving
Children of alcoholics
Excessive portrayal of substance abuse in the media
Children of drug addicts
Health hazards of smoking for women
Substance abuse by role models
Tobacco smoking
Social costs of substance abuse
Multi-drug abuse
Psychological pollution by mass media
Criminal investment in youth market

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
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

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