A global network promoting objective and open debate on drug policy
On October 17, in collaboration with the Washington Office on Latin America, Brookings hosted a forum to discuss the international repercussions of the United States’ changing approach towards marijuana.
The current trend is already going to a better allocation of repressive and sanitary approaches, aided by a judicial reform and budgetary recast for a rebalancing of powers and better support for drug users.
This report presents the key findings and recommendation of the review of Myanmar's legal framework and its impact on acess to health and HIV prevention and treatment services for people living with HIV and key populations.
This note summarizes what was said during the informal luncheon roundtable convened by the United Nations University in July to measure the impacts of drug policy choices on development trajectories and outcome.
Organized crime and illicit criminal activity undermined essential institutions like the rule of law and delivery of education and health, the United Nations leading expert on drugs and crime told the Economic and Social Council today.
The report aims at helping the international community to address the toll that illicit drug production, trafficking and consumption continues to take on all our societies, by providing a global overview and analysis of developments.
This report describes the challenges in West Africa and the policies the region must adopt to prevent drug trafficking, production and consumption from undermining states and societies, and destroying lives.