Una rete globale per promuovere obiettivi e dibattiti sulle politiche riguardanti la droga
The purpose of this report is to help the Heads of State and Government of the Americas to establish a frame of reference to address the drugs problem in their countries and to guide future multilateral policies and actions.
These scenarios are stories about what 'could' happen in the future in and around the hemispheric drug system, based on current trends, and including relevant political, economic, social, cultural and international dynamics.
The focus of the symposium will be on capacity building for research, hence young researchers in the social and health sciences and education and experienced researchers with new data to present are particularly invited to participate.
The objective of this UNODC report is to further the understanding about the mechanics of illicit trade in the East Asia and the Pacific region: the how, where, when, who, and why of selected contraband markets affecting the region.
An increasing number of policy makers worldwide are declaring that the existing approach to drug policies, which focuses on the use of law enforcement, has failed to prevent illicit drug use and supply.
The Victoria (Australia) Minister for Mental Health has released Reducing the alcohol and drug toll. Victoria’s plan 2013 – 2017. It' s the first whole of government strategy to reduce the impact of alcohol and drug abuse on the community.
The campaign 'Breaking the taboo' highlights that the war on drugs has failed and that it is time to reform drug policies. It calls for governments to break the taboo on drug policy debates and reform.
Until recently, most Latin American countries had zero-tolerance rules on drugs inspired by the United States. But after souring on the prohibition-style approach of the violent and costly U.S.-led war on drugs, these countries are turning to Europe.