“Persons Who Use Drugs Count” campaign, highlights and promotes the need to respect the human rights’ of an extremely vulnerable and marginalised population, reminding all of us that persons who use drugs do not lose their rights as citizens and human beings.
The First CND Intersessional meeting 2018 will be held on 21 February 2018 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. in Boardroom D, 4th floor, C-Building of the Vienna International Centre, Vienna, Austria.
World Cancer Day asks us to reflect on how we can play our part, as a collective or as individuals, in reducing the global burden of cancer. The “global burden of cancer” is actually an aggregate of the very real burden that falls on individual people: on cancer patients, their family members and…
By Katherine Pettus, PhDAdvocacy Officer, International Association of Hospice and Palliative Care (IAHPC)
The webinar series will shed light on the contentious issues that are likely to structure the debates, discuss tabled resolutions and opportunities for engagement, and showcase the experience of IDPC network members in navigating and leveraging this forum for political advocacy.
We hope that the Board reiterated its call on governments to commit to respecting people living with HIV and AIDS during its mission to the Russian Federation, undertaken just days after World AIDS Day.
The Global Commission on Drug Policy highlights how negative perceptions of people who use drugs underpin their discrimination, and suggest avenues for political, medical and other State authorities to break the cycle of stigma.