Uma rede global para a promoção dum debate aberto e objetivo sobre a política de drogas
Câmara brasileira aprovou regime de urgência para análise do projeto que cria o cadastro de usuários de drogas. A proposta prevê a internação involuntária e aumenta de 5 para 8 anos a pena mínima de prisão para traficantes.
This briefing paper reviews current policies and practices that have been implemented in response to the use of controlled drugs in Indonesia, and highlights some of the key challenges and issues that remain.
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.
This report does not argue that there should be no law enforcement, nor does it argue that some communities are not seriously harmed by crime, but rather that communities and the federal government should reconsider how much is being spent and on what type of policing
The 23-page document, “Torture in the Name of Treatment: Human Rights Abuses in Vietnam, China, Cambodia, and Lao PDR,” summarizes research with individuals who had been detained in Vietnam, China, Cambodia, and Lao PDR
There is no system of alternative sanctions for criminal offenders in Montenegro. NGO 4 Life have therefore started to lobby and advocating over the past eight months for the introduction of alternative sanctions for drug offenders.
Since 2011, CIDDH has implemented a hotline called The Green Line (or Línea Verde in Spanish) which provides legal information and assistance to all Peruvians who are questioned and arbitrarily arrested for drug use (mostly cannabis).
In this detailed assessment, the EMCDDA brings together available evidence to provide a comprehensive analysis of what is known about the production of and market for cannabis across the European Union.
Harm Reduction Coalition’s biannual national harm reduction conference is the only multidisciplinary gathering dedicated to improving the health and well-being of people who use drugs or have a history of drug use.
The document concludes that the overcrowding of the Italian prisons is mainly due to the high rates of imprisonment for minor drug crimes, and highlights flaws in data gathering and suggests methodological improvements for a more reliable process of evaluation of the drug legislation.