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UNODC - Lions Quest "Skills for adolescence"  second follow up session of the programme "Skills for Adolescence" programme held in Belgrade

UNODC - Lions Quest "Skills for adolescence" second follow up session of the programme "Skills for Adolescence" programme held in Belgrade

23 March 2015, Belgrade, Serbia: UNODC together with the Lions Clubs International Foundation continued the implementation of the  pilot programme  "Skills for Adolescence" delivering the second follow up session. Programme is currently being conducted in 20 elementary schools in Belgrade, reaching more than 1,300 students. The second follow up session of a series of three, was conducted with 42 educators and an international Lions Quest senior trainer coach  in order to acquire precise information on  the programme implementation and to acknowledge the suggestions and comments  for the potential  improvement of the pilot execution.

UNODC - Lions Quest "Skills for adolescence"  first follow up session organized to scale up programme results

UNODC - Lions Quest "Skills for adolescence" first follow up session organized to scale up programme results

03 December 2014, Belgrade, Serbia: UNODC together with Lions Clubs International Foundation has started  a pilot programme  "Skills for Adolescence" a school based programme delivered by teachers that works on improving the social and life skills of students in order to prevent a variety of risk factors of drug use. Programme is currently  being  conducted in 21 elementary schools in Belgrade, reaching  more than 1600 students, for the  period of one academic year.

UNODC - Lions Quest "Skills for adolescence" third workshop held in Serbia

UNODC - Lions Quest "Skills for adolescence" third workshop held in Serbia

09-11 September, Belgrade, Serbia: Excellent cooperation between Lions Clubs International Foundation and UNODC with expert and logistical support by Ministry of Education and Belgrade city municipalities New Belgrade and Zvezdara resulted into the next workshop within the ongoing programme. The third in a series of five planned workshop was attended by 15 experts from elementary schools where the programme "Skills foradolescence" will be implemented. Having successfully completed the workshop, these experts will act as educators for the current school year 2014-2015. In the course of the school year, each educator will be asked to continue to work with the selected group of students.

UNODC - Lions Quest "Skills for adolescence"pilot workshops to tackle a variety of risk factors including substance use held in Serbia

UNODC - Lions Quest "Skills for adolescence"pilot workshops to tackle a variety of risk factors including substance use held in Serbia

20-22 and 23-25 August 2014, Belgrade, Serbia: The first and second pilot workshops on drug use prevention among school children were organized in Belgrade by UNODC and the Lions Clubs International Foundation in accordance with the recently signed cooperation agreement between the two agencies which avails prevention programmes in Serbian elementary schools  in order to tackle a variety of risk factors including substance use.

UNODC and the Lions Clubs International Foundation launch a pilot "Lions Quest - Skills for adolescence" programme in Serbia

UNODC and the Lions Clubs International Foundation launch a pilot "Lions Quest - Skills for adolescence" programme in Serbia

15 July 2014, Belgrade, Serbia:  As a result of the collaboration between United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and Lions Clubs International Foundation, a strong evidence based prevention tool will be added to the prevention programming of Serbia. This programme called Lions Quest (Skills for Adolescence) is a school based programme delivered by teachers that works on improving the social and life skills of students in order to prevent a variety of risk factors including substance use.