Derechos humanos

Mujeres jóvenes y consumo de drogas – Informe de situación

WHRIN y YouthRISE presentan los temas y recomendaciones centrales para acabar con los daños causados a mujeres jóvenes por políticas punitivas referidas a drogas. Más información, en inglés, está disponible abajo. 

This position paper and recommendations were developed by a working group of 10 women drawn from the membership of YouthRISE and WHRIN, based in 10 different countries across the Americas, Africa, Europe, Asia and Oceania. This paper sets out the core issues and recommendations relating specifically to young women who use drugs. Young women and girls who are affected by punitive drug policy face unique age-related as well as gender-specific risks, barriers and rights violations that are not well recognized or responded to by policymakers or service providers. These intersectional inequities are particularly evident when facing societal expectations, when accessing harm reduction and health care services including sexual and reproductive health services, when navigating the illicit drug market and when in contact with the criminal justice system.


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