This Q&A was prepared by Harm Reduction International, the International Drug Policy Consortium and the World Coalition Against the Death Penalty ahead of World Day against the Death Penalty on 10 October 2015.
The EMCDDA offers an overview on naloxone access in the European Union and summarises the effectiveness of hand-out naloxone programmes to save the lives of people at risk of overdosing as well as giving recommendations for the future.
The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights compiled practical recommendations for the creation and maintenance of a safe and enabling environment for civil society, based on good practices and lessons learned.
Pursuant to Human Rights Council decision 18/117, the present report is submitted to update previous reports on the question of the death penalty. The present report confirms that the trend towards the universal abolition of the death penalty is continuing. During the reporting period, initiatives…
IDPC draws lessons from a series of interviews with the civil society representatives and provides guidance and recommendations to further strengthen meaningful NGO participation in global drug control debates.