Cybercrime Related to Controlled Substances

COMMISSION ON NARCOTIC DRUGS THEMATIC SESSIONS ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF ALL INTERNATIONAL DRUG POLICY COMMITMENTS, FOLLOWING-UP TO THE 2019 MINISTERIAL DECLARATION, 19-21 OCTOBER 2021
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Knowmad Short Film Festival

The Knowmad Short Film Festival is a creative endeavor of the European Institute for Multidisciplinary Studies of Human Rights & Science – Knowmad Institut aligned to share and apply the experiences of communities and individuals, solve problems and generate opportunities in a resilient and contextual way.

The goal is to transform information into knowledge. The festival seeks to promote SDGs 10, 16, and 17.

We are Knowmads (Knowledge-Nomads): creative, imaginative, innovative and collaborative people who use technology to build bridges and work with anyone who promotes human dignity, anywhere and anytime to make this world a better place.

At the Knowmad Institut we strive to give voice and actions to Human Dignity and Human Rights in public and private policies.

One Young World Japan Committee Chair joins Rome Consensus 2.0

During the One Young World 2021 Summit held in Munich, our CEO & Co-founder Rev. Martin Diaz who participated as a delegate from El Salvador had the opportunity to meet with Kimihito Okubo who is a member of the OYW board of directors, founder of OYW Japan, and a promoter of intercultural dialogue for peace…

One Young World Ambassadors Join Rome Consensus 2.0

From the European Institute for Multidisciplinary Studies on Human Rights and Sciences – Knowmad Institut we are proud that one of our founders was selected to participate in the One Young World Summit and has made known the work that our team does every day for a sustainable, fairer and multipolar world. The annual One…

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Stigma & Discrimination related to Substance Abuse: Deconstructing sophism’s towards Humanitarian Public Policies

Over the past few decades, international research has documented that stigma and discrimination are one of the major barriers to care in the field of drug abuse worldwide. Objective: To show the findings of the international literature about specific populations that experience stigma or discrimination as one of the main barriers to care for substance abuse as well as to account for the development of public policies against stigma in mental health and addictions in consonance with goals 3, 10 and 16 of the Sustainable Development Goals.