The Fellowship is designed to expose participants to international networks of global drug policy and to connect them with various advocates at the host organization, in their home country or region, and globally.
International Overdose Awareness Day (IOAD) is a global event held on 31 August each year. It aims to raise awareness around overdose and reduce the stigma of drug-related death, while also providing the opportunity to lobby politicians about overdose and demand better community responses.
The OHCHR will present the report on the implementation of the joint commitment to effectively addressing and countering the world drug problem with regard to human rights at the 39th session of the Human Rights Council.
Delegates from around the world will gather to examine how, in the increased urbanisation of society, cities respond to changing populations, changing economic and environmental pressures and adapt to changing health behaviours, to ensure and promote health and wellbeing through engaging diverse groups and cultures.
The Centre for Research and Information on Substance Abuse is holding their 13th Biennial International Conference in Abuja, Nigeria from September 19th-21st and will be discussing a multitude of topics including alternative livelihoods and harm reduction.
The conference will explore different models of resistance, placing affected communities at the heart of activity. The conference will address self-organisation, public campaigning and transformative politics with particular focus on the lessons being learnt from previous and current high profile public judicial Inquires in the hope of shaping a new future where both equality and justice can prevail and where human rights are not compromised.
The Centre of Criminology of the University of Hong Kong invites you to apply for the fully funded 4th Human Rights and Drug Policy Workshop in East and Southeast Asia 2018 that interrelates human rights, public health, and drug policy.
This biennial conference explores the complex and diverse intersections of law enforcement and public health, involving practitioners, policy makers and researchers from these and other related sectors.
Keynote speakers will explore some of the big questions in implementation and translational science, as well as providing focus on those strategies that have been successful in bringing together different members of the prevention community.