A global network promoting objective and open debate on drug policy
This course will focus on the identification and understanding of relevant international human rights agreements and on the evaluation of the gap between rights and practice in the implementation of drug policies around the world. Apply now to attend!
In April, experts will gather in Amsterdam to exchange best practices and share lessons learned related to their work with and for people who use drugs as part of the international programme Bridging the Gaps.
The increase of poppy cultivation has been accompanied by differentially lower rural wages, suggesting that households planted more drug crops in response to the decreased income generated maize farming.
SE European countries have adopted –to a greater or lesser extent– a national strategy within the limits of international conventions and the European Strategy on Drugs model, but much room exists for substantial changes and improvements.