The fact that women are more likely to be arrested for drug use than their male counterparts in the western hemisphere is explored in the light of intricate gender relations in the region.
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Filling the gap between reality and government statistics', the Drug Use Surveys use anonymous internet responses to gauge the behaviour and attitudes of club goers and other young people across Europe, North America and countries across the world.
This online toolkit was created by NIDA in order to assist teens and their adult advisors how to create an event for the National Drug Facts Week, publicize it, find an expert, and obtain scientific information on drugs.
The fourth annual National Drug Facts Week will consist of hundreds of educational events around the US aiming to connect teens with scientific experts in the drug abuse field.
The 25th Bi-Annual World Conference of IFNGO (International Federation of NGOs for the Prevention of Drugs and Substance Abuse) will be held jointly with the 2013 International Conference of OFAP (Organization of the Families of Asia and the Pacific) in Macau on the 21-25th October.
The International Federation of Catholic Universities’ Centre for the Coordination of Research, in partnership with the EMCDDA, is organising an international conference entitled '25 years of international research in the field of drug use/abuse. Cross-cultural views on 5 key issues'.
This report presents key findings from the Monitoring the Future 2012 on adolescent drug use in the US.
The Middle East and North Africa Harm Reduction Association (MENAHRA) is organising its Second Regional Conference on Harm Reduction that will be held in Beirut, Lebanon, from November 12-15, 2013.
New York Times reports that a number of colleges around the country are instituting stricter rules for diagnosing and medicating ADHD.
The Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse (CCSA) released a comprehensive 10-year, pan-Canadian strategy to address the devastating harms associated with prescription drugs in Canada.