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Plan gouvernemental de lutte contre la drogue et les conduites addictives 2013 - 2017 (Government Plan for Combating Drugs and Addictive Behaviours 2013-2017)

France Interministerial Mission for the Fight against Drugs and Drug Addiction Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans France 17 October 2012 Policy document harm reduction, mental health treatment, rehabilitation, substance use

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Le plan gouvernemental de lutte contre la drogue et les conduites addictives 2013-2017 accorde une large place à la jeunesse, car elle est à la fois la plus fragile et la plus exposée aux conduites addictives. Il fait des jeunes générations présentes et futures les premières bénéficiaires des mesures qu'il contient et aidera demain la société francaise à faire face aux enjeux nouveaux qui l'attendent.
Le Plan axé a cinq domaines:
1) Prévenir, prendre en charge et réduire les risques,
2) Intensifier la lutte contre les trafics,
3) Mieux appliquer laloi,
4) Fonder les politiques de lutte contre les drogues et les conduites addictives sur la recherche et la formation,
5) Renforcer la coordination des actions nationales et internationales

The 2013-2017 governmental plan to combat drugs and addictive behaviours, places a strong emphasis on youth, because it is both the weakest and most exposed section of the population to addictive behaviors. Young people and future generations are the first beneficiaries of the measures it contains, as tomorrow's French society faces the new challenges that lay ahead.
The Plan has five areas of focus:
1) Prevention, taking charge and risk reduction,
2) Intensification of the fight against trafficking,
3) Better law enforcement,
4) Basing policies against drugs and addictive behaviors on research and training,
5) Strengthening the coordination of national and international actions.

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