How did the international drug control system arise, why has it proven so durable in the face of failure, and is there hope for reform? These are the questions that were discussed at the October event organised by LSE.
Naloxone saves lives and its now accepted as an intervention to reduce drug related deaths. There is a growing interest in the use of naloxone with heroin and opiate users and a greater recognition of its role within a wider range of treatment and support in reducing harm and supporting recovery.
Representatives from 26 member states of the OAS started negotiating on Tuesday to finalize its instrument for assessing the efforts of member states in dealing with the global drug problem, since its inception in 1999.