Perry Center Speaks on US Efforts to Reduce Drug Supply and Demand in the Americas

 
October 01, 2021

On September 30, 2021, Professor Celina Realuyo from the Perry Center spoke about US efforts to reduce the supply and demand of drugs in the Americas at the International Cycle of Virtual Conferences on Drug Addiction, entitled, "Prevention of Addictions in the Different Fields of National Power and Their Consequences in Society." The virtual event with more than 100 virtual participants was organized by the Directorate for University Extension and the Directorate of International and Interinstitutional Relations of the Metropolitan University of Asunción, this time under the auspices of the Faculty of Health, with the support of the Center for Research, Analysis and Strategy (CIAE) belonging to the Graduate School in the field of Development, Security, Defense and Human Rights.