Correlation and partners have produced an innovative set of tools and principles which aim to contribute to improving and transforming the services that shape access to and the quality of care that people experiencing homelessness who use drugs receive.
This Special Issue of the Journal of illicit Economies and Development seeks to understand the environmental impacts of illicit economies beyond traditional crime-focused indicators. This includes environmental impacts of illicit drug crop cultivation, drug trafficking and drug production across…
Nelson provides insights into the motivations behind cannabis use among street-involved youth in Uyo, Nigeria; and the limitations and negative impacts of policing and detention on criminalised young people.
Greer et al. discuss non-criminal responses to drug possession through three analytical categories: 1) Reform architecture, 2) eligibility criteria, and 3) actions taken upon detection of drugs for personal use.