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  • High-level representatives on drugs policies from 30 Latin American and Caribbean countries meet in Brussels to assess COPOLAD's contribution to the work of the EU-CELAC Coordination and Cooperation Mechanism on Drugs

    High-level representatives on drugs policies from 30 Latin American and Caribbean countries meet in Brussels to assess COPOLAD's contribution to the work of the EU-CELAC Coordination and Cooperation Mechanism on Drugs

    Published on 19/02/20

    High-level representatives of CELAC in the field of drugs, together with the Diplomatic Missions of these countries to the EU, assess the work of COPOLAD and its link with the EU-CELAC Coordination and Cooperation Mechanism on Drugs. The EU-CELAC Coordination and Cooperation Mechanism on Drugs is a unique platform for dialogue between the two regions, further strengthened after a decade of collaboration with the COPOLAD programme.

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  • EU-CELAC Bi-regional meeting for the exchange best practices of COPOLAD in drug demand reduction marks a milestone in Panama

    EU-CELAC Bi-regional meeting for the exchange best practices of COPOLAD in drug demand reduction marks a milestone in Panama

    Published on 27/11/19

    COPOLAD II brings together 130 drug demand reduction experts from 40 countries in Latin America, the Caribbean and the European Union in Panama. Together with them, experts from PAHO/WHO, CICAD/OAS, UNODC, Plan Colombo, CARICOM and EMCDDA, among other key organizations in the sector, present at this historic conference.

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  • Panama, hosting country for the workshop on Planning in Drug Demand Reduction

    Panama, hosting country for the workshop on Planning in Drug Demand Reduction

    Published on 25/11/19

    COPOLAD II is presenting during 2019 an innovative tool to support the planning of programs in drug demand reduction (RDD). This is the third workshop to train professionals in the "OneStep@aTime” tool, this time aimed at the countries of Meso-America and the Spanish-speaking Caribbean. "OneStep@aTime” has been enthusiastically received by the CELAC countries, which are beginning to use this tool to develop more effective drug demand reduction programs based on scientific evidence.

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