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Schweizer Drogenpolitik - Politique suisse en matière de drogue - Politica svizzera in materia di droghe (Swiss Drug Policy)

Government of Switzerland Country Resources Substance Abuse Policies Switzerland 9 November 2016 Policy document alcohol, substance use

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Die Drogenpolitik der Schweizer Regierung richtet sich seit Anfang der 1990er-Jahre nach dem Vier-Säulen-Modell, welches zum Schutz der öffentlichen Gesundheit und Sicherheit Massnahmen in den Bereichen Prävention, Therapie, Schadensminderung sowie Repression und Kontrolle vorsieht. Diese Überblicksseite beschreibt das Vier-Säulen-Modell anhand von Infografiken und gibt zudem Auskunft über die wichtigsten Auswirkungen dieser Politik.

Depuis le début des années 1990, la Suisse applique le « modèle des quatre piliers » dans sa politique en matière de drogue. Cette approche pluridimensionnelle, qui tient compte des enjeux de la santé publique et de la sécurité, englobe les quatre éléments suivants : prévention, thérapie, réduction des risques ainsi que répression et régulation du marché. Les illustrations figurant sur cet aperçu permettent de visualiser ce modèle et les résultats qui en découlent.

Dai primi anni 1990 la politica svizzera in materia di droghe si regge sul modello dei quattro pilastri. Inteso a proteggere la sanità pubblica e la sicurezza, questo approccio multidimensionale ai problemi correlati alle droghe si basa sulla prevenzione, la terapia, la riduzione dei danni e la repressione e il controllo. Questa pagina informativa sotto forma di panoramica utilizza infografiche non solo per illustrare la politica dei quattro pilastri, ma anche per mostrare gli indicatori chiave relativi ai risultati di tale politica.

Since the early 1990s, the Swiss government's drug policy has been aligned with the four-pillar model, which aims to protect public health and safety measures in the fields of prevention, therapy, harm reduction, and repression and control. This overview describes the four-pillar model using infographics and provides information on the most important effects of this policy.

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