BRUSSELS A part time victory for restrictive alcohol policy!“ says the Swedish member of the EU parliament, Mr. Olle Schmidt, about changes in a proposal about selective purchase tax within the union.
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More Swedish youth get hospital treatment for Drug abuse
STOCKHOLM Due to new statistics, from The National Board of Health and Welfare, a greater number of Swedish youths are taken into hospitals for drug and alcohol related illnesses.
Speeches at World Forum
Some of the Prominent Guests speeches at World Forum Against Drugs in Stockholm 8-10th of September 2008.
Start of a Global Network Against Drugs
This Conference will be the start for a Global network, to work for a drug free world“, was the final words from the President of the Wfad Organizing Committee, Båb Bergvall, when the World Forum ended.
Declaration for a Drug-free World
There can be no other goal than a Drug-free world. That says in the Declaration of World Forum Against Drugs that on Wednesday in Stockholm was signed by about 30 NGOs from all the World. They support the launch of a global network that is united behind the UN conventions. […]
Learning from the Swedes
The development of Swedish narcotic drug control has been an interesting example for all the World. Jonas Hartelius, drug expert and assistant to the late Professor Nils Bejerot, has written a book about the Swedish post-war experience, now available at the World Forum.
The Queen opened World Forum
STOCKHOLM HM the Queen Silvia of Sweden, who is the patriot and protector of the World Forum, opened this very big gathering of delegates, from over 80 Countries of five Continents, to work for a resolution of how to prevent young people from drug abuse.
”The goal is to stop illegal drug use”
– We are clear: the proper goal of drug prevention is to stop illegal drug use; not to tolerate it! That says Båb Bergvall, President Organizing Committee of World Forum Against Drugs, in his wellcome speach. The conference in Stockholm opens 8th of September.