Turkish Green Crescent’s 4th International Congress on Technology Addiction will be held on 27-28 November in Istanbul
Turkish Green Crescent is organizing the "4th International Congress on Technology Addiction" on 27-28 November with the aim of raising awareness on technology ...
Cooperation Protocol Between International Federation Of Green Crescents and FIMA
A protocol of cooperation was signed between IFGC and FIMA in the 34th Congress on Health in Africa organized by the Federation of Islamic Medical Associations ...
Struggle against addictions with 34 countries in 4 continents
The “2nd Annual Capacity Building Program for Green Crescents”, which brought together 70 representatives of 34 National Green Crescents in Istanbul, came to an ...
34 National Green Crescents gathered in Istanbul
2. Annual Capacity Building Program for Green Crescents brought together 70 representatives from 34 countries. International Federation of Green Crescents Presi ...
National Green Crescents gathers in Istanbul
International Federation of Green Crescents is organizing the “2nd Annual Capacity Building Program for Green Crescents” between 11-14 July 2017 in Istanbul.
The 7th issue of Addicta is out now!
The 7th issue of "Addicta: The Turkish Journal on Addictions", official peer-reviewed international journal of the Turkish Green Crescent Society, has been publ ...
1000th Issue of Green Crescent Magazine Celebrated with a Special Event
Celebrating its 97th birthday, the Turkish Green Crescent held a special event for the 1000th issue of Green Crescent Magazine, which has been published continu ...
The Federation and University’s Cooperation in The Struggle Against Addictions
The Turkish Green Crescent, the International Federation of Green Crescents, and the University of Health Sciences, joined their effort to create a healthy gene ...
The electronic cigarette is not innocent - It poisons!
Recently, the use of electronic cigarettes has become widespread as it has helped with smoking cessation. The Green Crescent experts warn that e-cigarette is an ...
The Turkish Green Crescent Presented TBM and DAWAP in Vienna
The Turkish Green Crescent participated in the 60th Session of the Commission on Narcotic Drugs held in Vienna, and discussed the Addiction Prevention Training ...
The 4th Phoenix Awards found their winners
The "Phoenix Awards" which are given to the individuals, institutions, and organizations who take "the addiction-free and healthy living" as a mission and suppo ...
6th issue of Addicta is published!
The 6th issue of "Addicta: The Turkish Journal on Addictions", official peer-reviewed international journal of the Turkish Green Crescent Society has been publi ...
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Governor Ahmet Turan is declared as the Honorary Head of Green Crescent Branch in Balikesir
Balikesir Branch organized activities within the scope of works of raising awareness in the Green Crescent Week.
Green Crescent Karabuk Draws Attention to Addictions
Turkish Green Crescent Society held a series of events during the week with the slogan “Present a healthy future for you and your beloved ones, and choose ...
GREEN CRESCENT PUBLISHING
Papers book of the Congress has been published.
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NARCOTIC DRUG ADDICTION IN TURKEY
Being the outcome of a two-day workshop program that discusses the extent of substance usage, fundamental problems, preventive work, treatment-rehabilitation processes in Turkey, this book will fill an importan ...
GREEN CRESCENT REMARKS!
This book is a compilation of the lead articles that the Green Crescent President Prof. Dr. M. Ihsan Karaman wrote in the last two years for the Green Crescent Magazine. Containing the lead articles from Decemb ...
TOBACCO CONTROL AND TRADE DISPUTE
The book "Tobacco Control and Trade Dispute" of Sabahattin Kus, who is famous for his studies on tobacco and alcohol controls, examines the extent and disputes of the international trade agreements that threate ...
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