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V Plan de drogodependencias de la Comunidad de Euskadi 2004-2008 (V Plan of drug addiction of the Community of the Basque Country 2004-2008)

País Vasco Government Gobierno Vasco Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Pais Vasco 28 February 2006 Policy document employment, prevention, substance use

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The V Plan of Drug Addiction of the Basque Country addresses the phenomenon of drug addiction from the rigorous analysis and knowledge of the reality. Assistance, employment and prevention are essential aspects of this Plan. The first challenge is to educate young people about the risks of drug use, primarily alcohol and cannabis. The fight against inequality and the consolidation of a more fair world is the foundation for reducing problems associated with drug use.

El V Plan de Drogodependencias de la Comunidad Autónoma Vasca aborda el fenó- meno de las drogodependencias desde el análisis riguroso, y parte de un conocimiento de la realidad. La asistencia y la inserción constituyen, junto a la prevención, aspectos esenciales de este V Plan de Drogodependencias. El primer reto es concienciar a las personas más jóvenes de los riesgos del consumo de drogas, fundamentalmente el alcohol y el cannabis. La lucha contra las desigualdades y la consolidación de un mundo más justo son los cimientos para disminuir los problemas asociados al consumo de drogas.

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