Une discussion sur les méfaits des régimes mondiaux de prohibition sur les peuples autochtones et leurs communautés. Pour en savoir plus, en anglais, veuillez lire les informations ci-dessous.
As a colonial construct, the global drug control regime has undermined the rights of indigenous peoples (including the right to self determination, and to practice and revitalize their cultural traditions and customs), obliging all states to abolish traditional
uses of coca, cannabis and opium by means of crop eradication and drug law enforcement.
This webinar, which will take place on the International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples 2021, will shed light on the conflict between the drug control regime and Indigenous rights, and challenge prevailing narratives that these tensions are possible to reconcile while the UN retains the goal of a society free of drugs.
Organised by Dejusticia, Drug Policy Alliance, the International Drug Policy Consortium (IDPC) and the Transnational Institute (TNI) in collaboration with Harm Reduction International, Release, the UK centre for expertise on drugs and drugs law and Voices of Community Action & Leadership, Kenya.
- The war on drugs is built on racism. It’s time to decolonise drug policies | Ann Fordham, IDPC
- Connecting the dots... Human rights, illicit cultivation and alternative development | Martin Jelsma, TNI
- KHOKA ALTERNATIVA | Elementa DDHH
- LA COCA LEGAL: posibilidades y desafíos normativos para usos ﬁtoterapéuticos de la hoja de coca en Colombia | Sioly Rodríguez Suárez, David Restrepo, Paula Aguirre
- To Support Indigenous Rights in Latin America, Decolonize Drug Policies | By Ana Clara Telles, Colleen Daniels & Manaka Infante