COPOLAD presents at the United Nations Commission on Narcotic Drugs successful cases in inter-institutional coordination of drug policies in Latin America and the Caribbean
Published on 19/03/19
The side event sponsored by Spain is part of the 62nd Session of the Commission on Narcotic Drugs (March 14-22, 2019). Three CELAC countries stress the importance of inter-agency collaboration to progress on activities promoted within the framework of COPOLAD, which involve key developments in their drugs policies. The drug precursors control, the alternative development and evidence-based policies are the central topics of the progress presented in this side event.
COPOLAD gathers in Chile countries in the process of implementing quality systems in prevention programs and drug assistance services
Published on 21/11/18
15 Latin American countries are in Santiago to present the results of how, within the framework of COPOLAD, they are moving towards the incorporation of quality and evidence criteria in this field. PAHO / WHO, CICAD-OAS and RIOD, actively participate in this process since its inception.
WHO, PAHO, CICAD/OAS, COPOLAD, EMCDDA, UNODC and NIL joining efforts to improve health services for problematic drug users in the CELAC countries
Published on 16/10/18
Projects working on Universal care services tailored to problematic drug users met in Washington for further synergies related to the implementation of quality standards & evidence-based criteria as part of Public Health & Human Rights public policies.
Latin America and the Caribbean at 3rd Annual COPOLAD Conference: "The gender perspective needs to be included in drugs policies"
Published on 19/06/18
COPOLAD celebrates its 3rd Annual Conference, which this year is dedicated to encouraging the incorporation of the gender approach and women's empowerment in a cross-cutting manner. In this third annual edition, COPOLAD is bringing together in this conference 57 delegations, 33 from Latin America and the Caribbean. 12 Countries of the European Union, together with 10 international organizations, Including UN Women and UNODC, are joining the dialogue with the CELAC countries on this top-priority issue for the European Union within the framework of the 2030 Global Agenda for Sustainable Development.