On 17th of September EU-ACT Georgia has delivered another face to face activity in Tbilisi, Georgia. The 2nd Collaborative Workshop on Drugs related Issues was held with participation of multiple governmental institutions and state agencies: Prosecutor’s Office of Georgia, Ministry of Justice of Georgia, National Monitoring Centre on Drugs, Ministry of Health, Labour and Social Affairs, National Agency on Crime Prevention and Probation, Centre for Mental Health and Prevention of Addiction (CMHPA), Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia and Office of the Resource Officers of the Educational Institutions.
The meeting was opened by EU-ACT Project Regional Coordinator and representative of the Prosecutor’s Office of Georgia. In addition, Delegation of the European Union to Georgia welcomed the 2nd Multidisciplinary Collaborative Workshop.
During the workshop presentations were delivered by the newly established Drugs Monitoring Centre, Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia, Prosecutor’s Office of Georgia and Centre for Mental Health and Prevention of Addiction related to the recent developments on drug policy issues. On the other hand, EU-ACT Regional Coordinator also reviewed Collaborative Working and Sectoral Cooperation on Drug Policy from the Romanian Perspective.
The workshop was also dedicated to the discussion on drug related trends and challenges in the Covid-19 context.