On World Hepatitis Day, EHRN calls for civil society to demand HCV treatment price reduction in Eastern Europe and Central Asia in order for the millions of people living with HCV to gain access to life saving drugs.
About two decades after the U.S. emerged from the worst of its own crack epidemic, Brazilian authorities are watching the cheap drug spread across this country of 190 million people. They have far fewer resources to deal with it, despite a booming economy that expanded 7.5 percent last year.
With this consultation, the European Commission wishes to explore the extent to which detention issues (following a criminal offence) impact on mutual trust, and consequently on mutual recognition and judicial cooperation generally within the European Union.
In mid-July, Cambodia’s Prime Minister approved a controversial new drug law that opens the door to rampant human rights violations. The legislation will force drug users into involuntary treatment for up to two years in facilities where previous detainees have reported being victims of…
On the 21st of July, the International Community of People Who Use Drugs will lead a Day of Commemoration for the victims of the War on Drugs at Russian Embassies in a sign of support for individuals living in that country.
The Global Drug Policy Program of the Open Society Foundations is accepting applications for the position of Senior Program Officer. The position will be involved with grant-giving and management, and will be based in Budapest or London.