World AIDS Day: new EMCDDA miniguide on responding to drug-related infectious diseases

Health and social responses to drug-related infectious diseases are explored today in a new EMCDDA miniguide, released to mark World AIDS Day. The resource is the eighth in a series of miniguides, making up the agency’s latest overview of actions and interventions to respond to the consequences of illicit drug use. 30.11.2021  Health and social responses to drug problems: a European guide 2021
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Malta and Luxembourg announce plans for limited cultivation and use of cannabis

On 4 October 2021 the equalities minister in Malta presented a bill to change laws on cannabis. This follows the government’s election manifesto of 2017, which pledged to launch a debate on recreational cannabis, and a white paper, published in March 2021, that reflected the ‘government’s vision for a fairer legal system for responsible cannabis users’. 25.11.2021 
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EU Justice and Home Affairs agencies present key achievements in 2021

Today, the nine European Justice and Home Affairs (JHA) agencies came together to wrap up the activities of the network in 2021 and present its key achievements. The event also gathered high-level representatives from the European Commission, European Parliament, European External Action Service, the General Secretariat of the Council, as well as the current Slovenian Presidency of the Council and the upcoming French Presidency. 22.11.2021 
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Scholarships for 2022 European Drugs Winter School

Professionals, academics and experts from the Western Balkan region and European Neighbourhood Policy countries will have an opportunity to participate in the 2022 European Drugs Winter School (EDWS), thanks to scholarships offered through two EMCDDA projects: the Instrument for Pre-accession Assistance (IPA7) and EU4Monitoring Drugs (EU4MD). 17.11.2021 
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