UNODC side event “Making Drug Prevention More Effective in Europe: Systems Analysis and Professional. Can We Do It Together?”
The side event “Making Drug Prevention More Effective in Europe: Systems Analysis and Professional. Can We Do It Together?” organized by the National Bureau for Drug Prevention (Poland), A.Li.Sa./ASL2 organization (Italy), European Commission and UNODC Prevention, Treatment and Rehabilitation Section was led by Ambassador Ms Dominika Krois who fulfilled the role of the vice-chairperson of the CND.
During the side event on 6th March, three ASAP project members delivered presentations for 40 attendees from around the world. Ms Rachele Donini from Italy, ASAP project coordinator, presented a detailed overview of the trainings system in the field of prevention. Mr Artur Malczewski presented the findings of two international studies under the ASAP project (https://asap-training.eu). Ms Giovanna Campello (UNODC) in her presentation emphasized the importance of the standards and competent personnel as necessary factors for implementing effective drug prevention programmes.