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Every year, an estimated 210 million people
use illicit drugs worldwide—almost 200,000 of them die. Not only are drugs and
drug-trafficking health hazards, they also threaten the very fabric of our society.
The United Nations’ Office on Drugs and
Crime (UNODC) is leading a global campaign to raise
awareness about the challenge that drug abuse represents, especially to our young
people. The goal of the UN campaign is to rally support and motivate people to take
This month, the UNODC will sponsor an
“International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking” on Wednesday,
June 26. This day is set aside to give us all a unique opportunity to take a
stand and support the campaign to end drug abuse. The UNODC encourages everyone
to join the fight and organizes events during the month of June, on World Drug
Day, and beyond.
The UNODC encourages
invites individuals like you to get involved. College of Public Service students specializing
in substance abuse through our Bachelor of Science in Psychology
program can also take part and raise awareness. Here are some steps you can
take to support the fight against drug abuse, offered on the UNODC website:
By working together, we can create a
healthier, safer world free from the ravages of drug abuse.
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