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.
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