Uma rede global para a promoção dum debate aberto e objetivo sobre a política de drogas
Martin Schoenteich, the author of Presumption of Guilt: The Global Overuse of Pretrial Detention, talks about the first-ever global survey of the damage done by the excessive use of pretrial detention.
Over a year after the activation of the National Committee for Combating Addiction, some judges are still refusing to apply the drug law by allowing drug users to seek treatment in lieu of prosecution.
Tennessee’s draconian law criminalizing pregnant drug users could help the country keep it’s notorious title as the world’s largest incarcerator of women, an infamy fuelled largely by the war on drugs.
While every situation is different and Costa Rica presents several advantages that other countries may lack, its recent efforts provide an encouraging example of how reform is possible in this politically sensitive issue.
This policy brief aims to promote the realization of gender equality and human rights in terms of an effective harm reduction response to HIV for women who inject drugs in community and prison settings.
This note summarizes what was said during the informal luncheon roundtable convened by the United Nations University in July to measure the impacts of drug policy choices on development trajectories and outcome.