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Following the groundbreaking call last month by the World Health Organization (WHO) for countries to stop criminalizing drug use and treat the issue as a public health one, this infographic outlines the stance of a handful of UN agencies toward drug decriminalization.
This new movie produced by Drugreporter and filmed at the AIDS 2014 conference in Melbourne, explores the most effective tools for ending the HIV epidemic while sparing a thought for the six well-known HIV researchers and activists who died in the crash of MH17.
Dr. Eliot Ross Albers, Executive Director of the International Network of People who Use Drugs discusses the importance of overcoming stigma, discrimination and criminalisation for drug users and key populations in general.
While huge numbers of people and organisations all over the world have been calling for drug policy reform, including the Global Commission on Drug Policy, the WHO has now joined our call for the decriminalisation of drug use.