Tagged: Conference

NEWS: Issues Of Substance Conference 2017: Call For Abstracts

The Canadian Center on Substance Abuse has announced the Call for Abstracts for their Issues of Substance conference 2017. Abstracts must be submitted no later than January 27, 2017, as detailed below…

BLOG: Highlights From The European Alcohol Policy Conference

Rolf shares his two highlights and the two most remarkable discussions from the 7th European Alcohol Policy Conference, discussing how these two topics will shape the alcohol policy discussion in the future…

BLOG: Fake Free At European Prevention Conference

Fake Free as innovative prevention approach easily starts a lot of interesting conversations and blows a lot of minds, even among some of the leading people in the field of prevention. Viktor shares two lessons learned from presenting the Fake Free prevention approach at the European prevention conference…

BLOG: Our High-Level Side Event At Commission On Status Of Women

A Side Event together with the Permanent Mission of Bosnia and Herzegovina attempting an innovative approach to address the cross-cutting risk factors of the three major epidemics burdening women in the 21st century, and offering creative solutions…

BLOG: IOGT Prevention Conference: Kicking Off 2015 With Innovation, Inspiration

Inspiring snapshots from the IOGT Prevention Conference, held in Oslo, Norway, where IOGT members from Europe, East Africa, India and South-East Asia were exploring innovative approaches and exchanging inspiring success stories of impactful prevention work…

BLOG: Who Drives Alcohol Prevention Research Agenda In Africa?

Reflections from the WPA 14: Of the 120 plenary talks, scientific presentations and posters used a word like “alcohol”, “drug” or “substance use” in their titles. I found only 2. Perhaps the real question should be, where are the researchers and are they paying attention?

BLOG: IOGT Keeps Growing

“To be honest I feel honoured to be a member of IOGT and to me it is like a dream come true for sure.” (Farida, Cradle of Hope) As new organisations join, IOGT gets stronger and better and together we roll with greater momentum towards life set free…