Uma rede global para a promoção dum debate aberto e objetivo sobre a política de drogas
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 WACD delegation to Ghana met representatives of the civil society, the international community and health experts to discuss the impact of drug trafficking and consumption on governance, security and public health in Ghana and West Africa.
The objective of the meeting was to share experiences from the various harm reduction regions and to discuss on strengthening organizational development for a resilient harm reduction network which will cover the Eastern Africa region.
This project, financed by the Life Long Learning Grundtvig Programme, will document best practice examples in different European countries and develop training to promote work and social (re)integration.
SENSE invites the authorities to consider the unintended consequences of the recent decision to prosecute Dr Katerina Matsa and Mr. Stavros Kevopulos in the light of the right to health and access to treatment in one of the most vulnerable groups in Greece.
Youth RISE is a global, youth-led network advocating for harm reduction and drug policy reform, and represents the rights and needs of young people who use drugs. They are currently recruiting our International Working Group (IWG) for 2013.