L’université de Genève lance un MOOC sur les politiques liées aux drogues avec une première session commençant le 30 juillet 2018 et se terminant le 4 août.

L’Université de Genève vient de lancer un MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) entièrement gratuit sur les drogues, la santé et les droits humains. Disponible dès maintenant sur Coursera (www.coursera.org), avec de nouvelles sessions démarrant chaque mois. Le MOOC est disponible en anglais avec des sous-titres français, espagnols ou russes.

Pour vous inscrire :

https://www.coursera.org/learn/drugs

About the MOOC:

This MOOC is produced by the University of Geneva and partners. It is the first of its kind, addressing critical issues related to drugs from a multidisciplinary, health and human rights-based approach. Throughout the course you will cover a range of questions including what are drugs and why they controlled? What are the benefits and harms of taking drugs? How public health policies can address drug use? You will also learn about the intricacies of the international drug control framework and the negative consequences of widespread prohibitionist drug policies around the world. Finally, you will examine ways of furthering drug policy reform.
The topics are presented by over 40 speakers from scientific, academic and institutional backgrounds, spokespersons of civil society as well as people who use drugs presenting their views.

 

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