Pendant le Forum sur le sida, l’Eurasien of People Who Use Drugs (ENPUD – Réseau eurasien des usagers de drogues) a organisé deux séances de planification stratégique, où un groupe d’usagers et de militants communautaires ont discuté et convenu de « s'unir dans le but de dépénaliser la consommation de drogues et d'atteindre un état de bien-être personnel et social ». Pour en savoir plus, en anglais, veuillez lire les informations ci-dessous.

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On July 9th and 10th, and September 23rd and 24th, 2012, as part of the AIDS Forum, Eurasian Network of People who Use Drugs (ENPUD) had two strategic planning sessions, where the core group of drug user community activists discussed and agreed on their organization’s mission statement: “We are a community of people who use drugs and our allies, who unite for the purpose to decriminalize drug use and to achieve personal and social well-being”.

The core group of ENPUD activists (that acts as ENPUD’s interim Coordinating Council – the Network’s executive body) made a number of strategic decisions related to ENPUD’s objectives, advocacy agenda, membership policy, and organizational structure.

ENPUD’s interim Coordinating Council requested that EHRN’s Secretariat fulfill the role of ENPUD’s Secretariat until 2014.

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