Global Commissioners speak out about the failure of and the additional harms created by repressive drug policy – the so-called “war on drugs”. They state how it is important to examine the evidence, why it is necessary to change our perceptions about drugs and people who use them, to decriminalize the consumption of drugs, and ultimately to legally regulate the drug markets in a responsible way.
- Skewed approach: Our drugs policy is undermining Peel’s principles of policing
- From the Philippines to Indonesia and Afghanistan, Asia's brutal drug policies have failed.
- When the cure Is worse than the disease
- White House priorities opioid abuse in first national drug control strategy
- Sri Lanka to begin hangings within months, ending 43-year stay on executions
- Recommendations to states on steps to ensure human rights in drug policy
- World Health Organization recommends reclassifying marijuana under international treaties
- Out with the old, in with the old: Iran’s revolution, drug policies, and global drug markets
- Duterte government allows 'drug war' deaths to go unsolved