Tagged: ADIC Sri Lanka

EVENT: CND60 Side Event: Power Of Communities To Prevent Drug-Related Harm

The Permanent Mission of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka to the United Nations in collaboration with IOGT International and FORUT Norway cordially invites you to a UN Side Event at the 6oth session of the Commission on Narcotic Drugs (CND60).
POWER OF COMMUNITIES TO PREVENT DRUG RELATED HARM…

EVENT: IOGT International & Govt. Of Sri Lanka Side Event

IOGT International & Govt. Of Sri Lanka Side Event
THEN AND NOW: INDUSTRY PLAY BOOKS AND ADDICTION MARKETING
Organized by the Government of Sri Lanka and IOGT International

EVENT: IOGT Side Event At CND 2016

Organized by the government of Sri Lanka and IOGT International, this side event at the 59th session of the Commission on Narcotic Drugs will present the facts on established tactics of the tobacco and the alcohol industry and draw a comparison with the emerging marijuana industry which promotes and perpetuates myths about the effects of marijuana, distorts scientific evidence, buys their own “science” and systematically uses the media to drown out independent evidence and a science-based approach. What can be learnt from exposing the tactics of the tobacco and alcohol industry? What lessons are to be learnt concerning the emerging marijuana industry? How can we prevent the establishment of yet another industry profiting from ill-health?

BLOG: In Asia Cooperation Beyond Borders For Alcohol Control

From 22 to 24 July 2014 Parliamentarians and civil society representatives get together in Colombo, Sri Lanka in order to discuss policies to control and prevent harm caused by alcohol and tobacco. Democracy in action. Dialogue beyond borders. Heart-driven towards life set free…

BLOG: Trend Continues: More Lankese Choose Alcohol Free

ADIC research shows: The majority of people in Sri Lanka chooses to live alcohol free and the trend shows that alcohol consumption is declining. But those who want to quit using need better support and more alcohol free environments. And decision-makers need protection from aggressive lobbying by the alcohol industry…