THE PROBLEM OF SUBSTANCE ABUSE
WHEREAS, substance abuse, commonly referred to as drug and alcohol abuse, is a global problem and must be so addressed,
WHEREAS, the critical nature of the problem of substance abuse is worldwide;
WHEREAS, certain countries which "merely" supply the market constitute a large part of the problem, although the number of addicts they have may be minimal; and
WHEREAS, other countries neither supply nor are troubled by large number of addicts, but form vital links in the transportation chain of these substances,
THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED THAT:
The American Ethical Union support all efforts initiated by the World Health Organization of the United Nations to attack this problem on the following four fronts:
Adopted by the American Ethical Union Assembly at the St. Louis Society, St. Louis, Missouri, 1986.
Source: AEU 78th Annual Assembly - Resolutions Memo [job20scan]
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