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.
- Call for fellows: Asia regional harm reduction & drug policy advocacy fellowship 2019 programme
- US: Some states add more methadone clinics to fight opioid epidemic
- Why are some drugs illegal?
- Speech at the UN about the harm reduction crisis in central and eastern Europe
- EHRA: Our lives – our rules
- Civil society calls for rapid international response to the human rights crisis in Tanzania
- Thailand: Pot approved for research, medical use
- A strong economic case for drug reform in New Zealand
- Prescribing cannabis-based medicinal products: moving forward from the landmark