As the international community debates how to move forward for the UNGASS, Brookings Institution Senior Fellows have led a project to evaluate the effectiveness of counter-narcotics policies. This panel organised by IDPC and IISS will discuss the project's findings.
IDPC will organise a workshop at the margins of the International Harm Reduction Conference to support NGOs to engage in global drug policy debates in the lead up to the UNGASS. More information will be sent soon on how to apply!
El congreso se centra en los usos tradicionales y contemporáneos de las drogas en las comunidades indígenas, mestizas y urbanas de México y Brasil. También se discutirán los medios culturales e informales de control, y su relación con los controles formales y legales.
This conference is a unique occasion to present your latest findings to an intellectually engaged, diverse and dedicated scholarly community, and to immerse yourself in the state of the art research across the full spectrum of drug policy research.
SSDP will host a simulation of the upcoming UNGASS on drugs. Which will serve as a way for students to become familiar with the ins and outs of global drug policy reform during the months leading up to (the real) UNGASS 2016.
The annual report offers an analysis by the INCB of the current state of play with regards to international drug control. This year, the INCB has taken an unprecedented stance on human rights protection, in particular on the imposition of the death penalty for drug offences.
En una reunión de las Naciones Unidas sobre políticas de drogas, varios países latinoamericanos, como México, Colombia, Uruguay y Bolivia, urgen por la necesidad de cambiar la estrategia mundial antinarcóticos porque aún no ha dado los resultados deseados.
The CSTF was designed to ensure a balanced and inclusive civil society engagement and coordination in the preparatory process of the United Nations General Assembly Special Session (UNGASS) on the world drug problem in 2016.