Глобальная сеть, содействующая объективной и открытой дискуссии о наркополитике
Transform работает с целью достижения наилучшего уровня здоровья и благополучия за счет внедрения справедливой, эффективной и гуманной системы регулирования наркотиков на местном, национальном и международном уровнях.
Networks of people who use drugs, harm reduction, drug law reform, HIV professionals, and human rights organisations we call your attention to a largely overlooked aspect of the catastrophic situation currently unfolding in Crimea- that of OST.
On April 17, representatives from the development sector gathered to discuss the negative impacts of current drug policies on impoverished populations, and the importance of bringing the development perspective to the 2016 UNGASS.
The HCLU attended CND 2013 annual meeting in Vienna and interviewed key professionals that talked about the new approach of New Zealand to new psychoactive drugs, the views of UNOCD to the legalization of marijuana in the US and the new marijuana regulation scheme of Uruguay.
Transform recruits a Latin American Advocacy and Project Manager to lead on the delivery of advocacy and campaigns strategy in Latin America which aims to work collaboratively with allies to support and encourage a coalition of governments calling for the War on Drugs to be replaced with legal...
A dozen Latin American countries issued a joint statement on organised crime and drug trafficking. The statement is a clear acknowledgement of the often unspoken understanding that the war on drugs is fuelling much of the violence and chaos in Latin America.
Far from eliminating drug use and the illicit trade, prohibition has inadvertently fuelled the development of the world’s largest illegal commodities market – a market worth hundreds of billions of dollars, controlled solely by criminal profiteers.
Since the last update in September, the Count the Costs project of Transform has gone from strength to strength, with new materials, supporters and activities. The main aim of the initiative is to mainstream the drugs issue into sectors that are affected by the drug war, but have yet to engage...
The Count the Costs campaign has now been running for 6 months, after a successful launch at the Commission on Narcotic Drugs in March. It is now fully up to speed, with the website complete, the resource library filling up, new briefings ready, and more to follow very soon, including...