European Drug Prevention Prize - 2006



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At the closing of the European Consultative Forum on Drug Prevention on 19th May, the Pompidou Group awarded the 2nd European Prevention Prize to two separate projects implemented by young people.

The winners each received a trophy, a diploma and prize money worth 2,000 Euros.

The Jury, which comprised six young people from the Russian Federation, Norway, the Netherlands, Romania, the United Kingdom and Turkey, led by two Pompidou Group experts, met during the end of March at the Jellinek Institute in Amsterdam in order to evaluate the 31 projects in competition and to decide upon the winners. The two winning-projects were quickly chosen by the Jury.
« 421 Peer Drugs Education Programme » (Ireland)

Aiming at providing meaningful education to young people on drugs and the main risks associated with their use.

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« Rusfri Diil » (Norway)

Concentrating on a multi-service approach including a “deal” (“Diil”) whereby young clients promise not to consume drugs or alcohol during one year.

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