Uma rede global para a promoção dum debate aberto e objetivo sobre a política de drogas
A EHRN (Eurasian Harm Reduction Network) apoia, desenvolve e advoga a favor de abordagens de redução de danos no campo das drogas, HIV, saúde pública e exclusão social que sigam princípios de humanismo, tolerância, parceria e respeito pelos direitos humanos e liberdades.
This publication identifies the existence of restrictive, poorly written, or absent enabling policies that may serve as obstacles for programs to provide both sustained and accessible HIV counseling and testing.
EHRN in partnership with the International Gender Policy Network is organizing a parallel event in the 57th CSW session with the aim of informing the participants about the issues of violence against women who use drugs and/or are engaged in sex work.
The task for this consultant is to develop a “roadmap” of EU institutions and mechanisms that can be used by EHRN, IDPC and others in their advocacy efforts for drug policy reform. The deadline for applications is Friday 8th March 2013.
The policy brief summarizes key findings from an assessment of hepatitis C treatment accessibility in Eastern Europe and Central Asia (EECA) undertaken by the Eurasian Harm Reduction Network (EHRN). Based on formulated recommendations on how to remove the barriers to treatment access.
EHRN is organising a parallel event at the Commission on the Status of Women to present recommendations to the Commission on violence against women who use drugs and/or are engaged in sex work in Eurasia.