Alkoholpolitik und Volksgesundheit

From the United Nations General Assembly

Freitag 14. Mai 2010 von htm

Yesterday the United Nations General Assembly decided to convene a high-level UN meeting in September 2011 on the prevention and control of non-communicable diseases. Heads of State and Government will be attending.
Thursday 13 May the UN General Assembly concluded its consideration of the agenda item 114, Follow-up to the outcome of the Millennium Summit. It passed the draft resolution A/64/L.52 introduced by the representative of Trinidad and Tobago (on behalf of the Caribbean Community). The resolution “Prevention and control of non-communicable diseases” was according to NGO reports from the meeting co-sponsored by some one hundred countries.
The resolution draws up the background by pointing to various international health documents related to non-communicable diseases. It is also recognizing “the enormous human suffering caused by non-communicable diseases” and that these diseases are leading to increasing inequalities between countries and populations, thereby threatening the achievement of the internationally agreed development goals, including the Millennium Development Goals,”
Of interest to the alcohol field is the mentioning with appreciation in the text of the various
World Health Assembly resolutions and decisions. This is including the evidence-based strategies and interventions to reduce the public health problems caused by the harmful use of alcohol. The UN resolution also points to alcohol abuse as one of the prominent risk factors for non-communicable diseases. Download the resolution in six languages from this page: http://doc.un.org/DocBox/docbox.nsf/GetAll?OpenAgent&DS=A/64/L.52 Journal for Friday 14 May for a recapture of the General Assembly session (page 17-18).: http://www.un.org/en/documents/journal.shtml

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