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Internship

 

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The Terrebonne's center is now a very active training center hosting students seeking a challenging training environment that will allow them to gain work experience.

These courses allow students to live experiences consolidating their gains and experience of practices related to the clinical functions implemented in the center .

Students have the opportunity to put their knowledge actively involved on a daily basis while developing a helping relationship with customers.

The course is also an opportunity to learn to integrate into the work team and work with various professionals involved while respecting the ethical rules specific to the profession.

 

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International day against drug abuse and illicit trafficking

 

Montreal, June 26th 2015

On the occasion of the International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking of the United Nations, which is celebrated on June 26th, and in order to support the preparation of United Nations General Assembly Special Session 2016 (UNGASS), Dianova launches its new ¨Corporative positioning on Addictions and Drug Policies¨.

The Dianova network operates in 11 countries of Europe and the Americas in the fields of education, youth, addiction treatment and prevention, and social development, with over 30 years of experience in these areas.

Dianova is deeply engaged in the preparation of the UNGASS, the most important international debate on drug policies in the last two decades. The UNGASS, to be held from 19 to 21 April 2016 at the UN headquarters in New York City, will undoubtedly mark a historic milestone in the drug field.

 

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At the age of 17 (I am now 48), I was trapped in a kitchen fire caused by a gas leak. I was seriously traumatized and developed a phobia which generalized to a dislike and fear of all kitchens. When I found out that I would be on a week of kitchen duty, I panicked and called my boyfriend: “Come and get me” I wailed, “I can’t do this!!”

 

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The Dianova Network

Established in 11 countries of Europe and the Americas, the Dianova network is composed of non-profit member NGO's that are dedicated to providing social programs and developing innovative initiatives in the fields of youth development, education and addiction prevention and treatment (misuse or abuse of alcohol and other drugs).

 

Dianova International consultant to the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations

In July of 2007 Dianova International was granted “Special Consultative Status” to the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations (ECOSOC). Consultative Status was awarded on the basis of a number of key criteria, including Dianova’s work in three of the United Nations’ principal fields of interest: addiction, youth and education.

 

Nicaragua, Hotel Europeo

The activities developed by Dianova Nicaragua are financed by donations and with the profits earned by Hotel Europeo. This 3 star, well renown hotel is located downtown capital city Managua, in a colorful environment. It offers comfortable equipments and a delicious, local cuisine. By taking vacations in Hotel Europeo you support Dianova's commitment in the country www.hoteleuropeo.com.ni

 

Dianova International - Spain - Italy - Portugal - Sweden - Nicaragua - Chile - Uruguay - USA - Switzerland - Drustvo Up (Slovenia)

 

 

Homage to hugo alfredo, a homeless man who died on the streets of new york

 

 

A man lies bleeding, dead after being stabbed while trying to help someone else who was being assaulted.  People pass around the lifeless body; some hesitate yet continue along their way.  No one calls for assistance.  Hugo Alfredo’s death reminds us that a homeless man is still a human being, but that our sense of humanity seems to dissolve in the face of the ills that affect our developed societies.

Hearing about such an event, accompanied by the cries from those who would assume absolute positions, and who would denounce the indifference of selected people, makes me doubt myself at times.  Faced with such an event, what kind of person would I be?

 

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