Elsewhere, health epidemics thrive and millions of citizens suffer arrest and incarceration. How much of this is a direct result of the prohibition regime? Would alternative models make the situation any better? And what are the successes to the current approach? These and other topics will be discussed at the third Global Drug Policy Debate, The Global Drug Prohibition Regime: Half a Century of Failed Policymaking?’.

The debates are organised by the Open Society Foundations' Global Drug Policy Program and the CEU School of Public Policy.  It will be held on 11 April 2013, at 5:30pm in the CEU Auditorium.

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