This Annual report provides snapshots of the variety of work that Mainline has conducted in 2014 from small scale outreach work aimed at gay men who use drugs,to a large scale study into people with a problematic GHB habit.
This report by the National Forum on Drug-related Deaths (NFDRD/The Forum) discusses its work as an independent expert advisory group of professionals and representatives working to reduce drug-related deaths in Scotland.
This quarterly South East Europe Drug Policy Network newsletter will keep interested organisations institutions and individuals updated on drug policy developments along with news in the website and social media of the network.
This Brookings report analyses the evolution of Uruguay's drug policies, in particular its history of relatively liberal drug policies and its role as the first country to legalize and regulate every level of the market for cannabis.
This paper explores the interplay between the human rights and drug control frameworks and critiques case law on medicinal cannabis use to demonstrate that a bona fide human rights perspective allows for a broader conception of ‘health’.
The Transnational Institute explores the 1990 and 1998 UNGASS events and discusses the increasing tensions and cracks in the "Vienna consensus," as well as systemic challenges and recent treaty breaches.