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Council of Europe: How International Cooperation can Fight Drug Issues

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Thomas Kattau is the Principle Administrator of the Pompidou Group, a cooperative effort of the Council of Europe to combat Drug Abuse and Drug Trafficking. Before this he held various positions at the Council of Europe — he was responsible for setting up childhood policies at the Council of Europe and assistance programs in Eastern Europe. In the late 1990s and early 2000s he was engaged in conflict resolution and post conflict stabilization in the Balkans and North Caucasus. He took up his present position in the field of drug policy in 2004.

Elena Hedoux is the program manager for executive trainings on drug policy and she also works for the Secretariat of Permanent Correspondents and the Ministerial Conference. She also holds responsibility for cooperation between the Pompidou Group and countries from Latin America and Eastern Europe. She has worked for the Council of Europe for 12 years, and with the Pompidou Group for the last 4 years. Her focus of professional interest lies with addiction treatment of young people, and innovation in institutional management.

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