The Truth Commission describe their experiences and processes in 23 countries around the world in order to understand the reason for the internal armed conflict and its persistence and to recognise the impact on its victims.
The Taskforce's recommendations focus on extending the reach and engagement in emergency responses, maximising support, and addressing vulnerability —the report acknowledges that criminalisation is harmful.
This collection of papers on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the 'UN Joint Statement on Compulsory Drug Detention and Rehabilitation Centres' offers pathways for concerted action to achieve health and human rights for all people whose lives involve drugs.
The UNHCHR stresses the importance of removing punitive legal and policy frameworks; reducing stigma and discrimination; and addressing gender inequalities and related violence to achieve global commitments in relation to HIV 2030.
24 human rights experts co-sign this compelling call for Member States and international bodies to supersede their current drug policies with a comprehensive, restorative and reintegrative justice approach.