NACD Seminar Responding to challenges of substance use among young people in Ireland

4 Nov

The National Advisory Council on Drugs  invites you and your colleagues to attend a half-day seminar:

‘Responding to challenges of substance use among young people in Ireland’

which is being held in the

Gresham Hotel Dublin on Wednesday 17th of November 2010 from 9.30am – 1.30pm

Keynote speakers:

Trutz Haase & Dr Jonathan Pratschke, Social & Economic Consultants

Dr. Bobby Smyth, Consultant Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist

Dr. Dermot Stokes, National Co-ordinator Youthreach


On Thursday 28th October the National Advisory Council on Drugs (NACD) published ‘Risk and Protective Factors for Substance Use Among Young People – A Comparative Study of Early School Leavers and School-Attending Students’.

To Read Report: Risk and Protection Factors for Substance Use Among Young People


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One Response to “NACD Seminar Responding to challenges of substance use among young people in Ireland”

  1. Claire Hamilton 09/11/2010 at 13:38 #

    Hi All, I’d like to notify you on free public conference on the Presumption of Innocence which DIRT is hosting in association with the Law Society of Ireland. The conference will be held on Saturday, 27th November, Room 4027, DIT Aungier Street from 9am-3.30pm.

    The conference aims to provide a space in which to reflect on the impact of recent criminal justice reforms on the presumption and the justifications advanced for them. The conference will be chaired by the Hon. Mr. Justice Adrian Hardiman of the Irish Supreme Court and will also be addressed by several other national and international experts in this field.

    These include: Dr. Mary Rogan, DIT; Dr. Claire Hamilton, DIT; Jimmy Martin, Department of Justice; David Langwallner BL, GCD, Innocent Project Ireland; Paul Anthony McDermott BL; ‘Sunny’ Jacobs and Peter
    Pringle; Niamh Gunn; Prof. William Schabas, UCG; and Dr. Michael Naughton, Bristol University, Innocence Network, UK. Topics include ‘The innocence rights of sentenced offenders’, ‘Why a presumption of guilt may reduce the possibility of wrongful conviction’ and ‘The
    Presumption of Innocence in International Criminal Tribunals’.

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