In the video, an international panel of artists discuss their work promoting drug policy reform and illustrate how prohibitionist drug policies impact marginalized communities in the United States and abroad.
The War on Drugs, mass incarceration of drug users, and the failure to provide proven harm reduction and treatment strategies has led to high levels of HIV, tuberculosis, and hepatitis B and C infection among prisoners.
At the High Level Meeting on HIV/AIDS last month, the US Government announced a new $100 million fund for key populations. They are asking for inputs and comments from stakeholders and partners around the world .
An independent music festival in Cambridgeshire has become the first UK event of its kind to offer people the chance to have their illegal drugs tested to establish their content before they take them.
Ten exceptional community-based organizations have won the 2016 Red Ribbon Award for their inspiring work towards ending or reducing the impact of the AIDS epidemic at the 21st International AIDS Conference in Durban, South Africa.