The 4th edition of the extended Reitox network will focus on what we know about women using illicit drugs, what the gaps in knowledge are, and what the consequences could be for monitoring the situation and organising responses.
With the aim of enhancing local service provision and seizing the opportunity for progress provided by a new generation of highly effective hepatitis C drugs, this roadshow will focus on showcasing good practice and identifying solutions for tackling hepatitis C.
Please join us for the launch of a new policy report from United Nations University, What Comes After the War on Drugs?, exploring the upcoming UN General Assembly Special Session on the World Drug Problem in April 2016.
This symposium provides an invaluable opportunity for local authorities, criminal justice and legal practitioners, police and probation services, and welfare services to review and evaluate past reforms and explore how future policy in tackling female reoffending can be shaped.
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 aim of the course is to recall current trends and developments in European NPS markets, discuss current policies and identify barriers and problems in developing effective harm reduction responses targeting people who use drugs heavily in Europe.