This IDPC Briefing reviews the data in the latest report from the UN Office on Drugs and Crime on the state of the global market, criticises the claims made in the report that international action is successfully controlling the market, and questions the political objectivity of the UNODC as we approach the review of the global objectives set in 1998.
- Drug policies in Africa: What is the 'health-based' approach?
- The effectiveness of compulsory drug treatment: A systematic review
- The ‘War on Data’ in Africa, or how to provide an alternative discourse to the ‘War on Drugs’ within the international drug control system
- Vulnerable youth and drug trafficking in Rosario, Argentina: Between stigmatisation and social control
- New report and monitoring tool: HIV, HCV, TB and harm reduction in Prisons
- Drug crop production, poverty, and development
- Regional high level dialogue on successful transition to domestic funding of HIV and TB response in Eastern Europe and Central Asia
- Submission to the Foreign Affairs Committee’s inquiry into the United Kingdom’s relations with Russia
- Opium meets development: Exploring the opium question in contemporary Afghanistan