Experiences of resilience in the face of the challenges imposed on service delivery and clients' health by the COVID-19 pandemic underscore the importance of meaningfully engaging affected communities in responses to adverse events.
The memories of our loved ones, as well as the grief from their untimely departures, strengthens our commitment to rid the world from the violence and neglect that forces harm against people who use drugs.
This statement was delivered by Recovering Nepal on the occasion of the adoption of the recommendations derived the Universal Periodic Review of Nepal by the Human Rights Council, during the 47th session of the Council held in June-July 2021.
June 2021 marks 50 years since Richard Nixon declared “drug abuse” the United States’ “public enemy number one.” It is a grim anniversary that resonates not only in the United States but all over the world. The global drug war is an unmitigated human rights disaster, well-documented in painstaking…
President Joe Biden's Justice Department is urging Congress to pass legislation to permanently end the sentencing disparities between crack cocaine and powder, a policy that has led to the disproportionate incarceration of African Americans across the United States.