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The general aim of the project is to develop youth policy to combat against drug and substance abuse from perspective of young people contribution by experts and decision makers. The specific objectives of the project are written below.
to prepare a report a snapshot of the European drug situation based on the latest available information from EU monitoring activities.
to have overview of the legal and regulatory framework that controls the consumption of drugs and substance
to exchange the experience on preventing drug and substance consumption
to develop capacity and cooperation among the partner organisations to fight against drug and substance abuse
The project ‘Youth Hands in Hands for Combating Drug and Substance Abuse’ is implemented under Structured Dialogue: meetings between young people and decision-makers in the field of youth. The project starts on 1 May 2018 and finishes on 31st of January 2019. The project contains 4 main activities. 3 of these activities take place in Istanbul, Turkey and one of the activities is implemented in Frankfurt, Germany.
The activities are
Launching and Awareness-rising meeting,
Exchanging good practices,
Youth Hands in Hands Report Workshop
Dissemination and Awareness-rising meeting.
Project targets 13-30 years of youngsters who have economic difficulties and risk of being addicted. 140 youngsters among this target group will attend project’s kick-off and awareness-rising meetings to meet with decision makers and experts.
58 youngsters, experts and decision makers from Bulgaria, Czech Rep., Croatia, Germany, Italy, Portugal, Netherlands and Turkey will gather to develop youth policy fight against drug and substance abuse.
Youth Hands in Hands workshop, seminars and trainings will be conducted during the project and Youth Policy Report will be prepared together with participants and decision makers.