Tobacco is one of the most commonly used drugs, with an estimated 1100 million regular smokers in the world today. It is also one of the most harmful, yet little attention has been paid to how these harms could be reduced - the general message to smokers is "quit or die". This online collection aims to highlight the 50 papers which best summarise the evidence-base, reasoning and justification for tobacco harm reduction, and then provide free access to these resources for researchers, policy-makers, advocates or anyone interested in the field.
- Drug policy reform- the UNGASS 2016 a catalyst for change?
- Wastewater analysis and drugs: a European multi-city study 2018
- Vienna NGO Comitee on drugs annual report 2017
- The death penalty for drug offenders: global overview 2017
- Drug dependence treatment in Thailand: progress against persistent concerns
- The modernisation of treaty regimes: contrasting cases of international drug control and environmental regulation
- HIV and AIDS among adolescents who use drugs: opportunities for drug policy reform within the sustainable development agenda
- DPNSEE October-December newsletter
- What comes next? Post-UNGASS options for 2019 (Version 5)