The proposals under this call shall focus on the priorities described below:
2.1 – New psychoactive substances: to support the implementation of EU legislation on new psychoactive substances by improving the capacity to identify and assess new psychoactive substances, to respond effectively to the rapid spread of such substances across the EU, by reducing the availability of harmful substances, monitoring the extent and patterns of use of such substances, and by sharing best practices on prevention;
2.2 – Rehabilitation: to develop and share innovative approaches aimed at preventing relapse and models of good practice for reintegration and rehabilitation of (long term) drug users, including those related from prison, inter alia by exploring alternatives to coercive sanctions;
2.3 – Best practices: to exchange best practices on cooperation between public authorities involved in drug related services, including at local or regional level, and civil society, to ensure that drug supply and demand reduction activities are joined up, with a view to enhancing the effectiveness of prevention, harm reduction and law enforcement activities to help prevent and reduce the number of drug related offences;
2.4 – Civil Society: to support the involvement of civil society in the implementation of the objectives of the EU Drug Strategy 2013-2020 and of the specific actions under the EU Drugs Action Plan 2013-2016, with a view to helping reduce the negative consequences of illicit drugs on individuals and society.
Proposals shall complement the efforts of the EU in the area of drugs policy. Duplications of already existing initiatives will not be funded.
Furthermore this call with fund activities on:
* data collection, surveys and research activities;
* training activities;
* mutual learning, exchange of good practices, cooperation, including identifying best practices transferable to other partner countries;
* dissemination and awareness-raising activities
IISPV’s deadline: 12/22/2014 (firstname.lastname@example.org) Full proposal: IISPV’s deadline: 01/13/2015
The official deadline for this call is 20/01/2015
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