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United Nations Office for Drug Control and Crime Prevention. (2002) Lessons learned in drug abuse prevention: a global review. New York: United Nations.

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For more than a decade, the United Nations International Drug Control Programme (UNDCP) has been providing support to Member States of the United Nations on all matters related to international drug control, including drug demand reduction. In particular, UNDCP has been tasked to identify and disseminate best practices in all areas of drug demand reduction, including drug abuse prevention. Best practices should be seen as a synthesis of scientific research results and of lessons learned from ongoing and previous initiatives. They should always be adapted to the environments where they are to be applied, irrespective of whether they are focussed on the individual, family, peers, school, community and/or society at large. In providing a global review of some lessons learned in drug abuse prevention, this report, compiled in collaboration with the Mentor Foundation, an international nongovernmental organization, and with the support of the UK Government, represents an attempt on the part of UNDCP to facilitate the sharing of information about past and current promising approaches in drug abuse prevention.


Item Type
Report
Date
2002
Call No
REF, UNODCCP
Pages
100 p.
Publisher
United Nations
Corporate Creators
United Nations Office for Drug Control and Crime Prevention
Place of Publication
New York
Keywords
AOD prevention, AODD relapse prevention method, community-based prevention, global aspects, United Nations, world view
Notes
Contains pictures and bibliographic references.
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Accession Number
HRB 2819 (Available)

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