A global network promoting objective and open debate on drug policy
The purpose of this study is to determine the impact of drug policies on young people who use drugs through questionnaires, and to make recommendations for the improvement of drug policy for young people.
ANPUD finds a recent attempt to advocate for compulsory “rehabilitation” centres founded on faulty arguments and dubious research that poses a direct threat to the human rights of people who use drugs and the dignity of society at large.
The cultivation of drugs is a sign of poverty rather than a sign of wealth. Rather than a “war,” the treatment of the drug problem must be approached as development, security and health issues, the panelists of the workshop “Drugs and Development: Punishing the Poor” said.
The International HIV/AIDS Alliance is seeking a Senior Policy and Programme Adviser: Harm Reduction Advocacy to play a lead role in the planning, development, technical oversight and delivery of a new three-year harm reduction advocacy programme. This position will be based in the UK as part of...
On January 22 – 24, 2013 in the Indian state of Bihar, India HIV/AIDS Alliance conducted training on Harm Reduction for 76 participants (Project Officers, Female Outreach Workers, Female Peer Educators and Peer Counsellors) from 15 Non-Governmental Organizations working with people who inject...
Human Right centres and drugs users in India demanded to the Government standards for evidence-based, voluntary treatment for drug dependence, monitor centres and more government facilities to manage drug addiction.
Drug dependency is a growing problem in Thailand and Southeast Asia. The UN must continue working to reduce dependence and treat those dependent on harmful drugs with dignity and respecting their right to health.