As has been the case in the last six years, the current 30 members of the Reitox network (the Heads of the national focal points of the 28 EU Member States, Norway and Turkey) and representatives of the six beneficiary/partner countries of the European Instrument for Pre–Accession Assistance (IPA) will meet again, at the end of November 2017, for the Sixth Extended Reitox Week. This meeting creates a unique opportunity for the participants to share experiences, to be part of a forum for networking and to receive support from the other National Drug Observatories on specific tasks or issues. This year’s joint meeting day will be dedicated to the topic ‘Migration and drug use: challenges and opportunities for the drug monitoring framework’.
The joint meeting of 28 November will be preceded on the day before by a special coordination meeting directed to all representatives of the EMCDDA–IPA6 beneficiary countries, to share recent developments in those countries in the field of drugs.
Read more in this news release: Some 50 countries attend 2017 Reitox week in Lisbon