IDPC, WOLA, CIM and Dejusticia have published a series to share examples of innovative approaches that incorporate a gender perspective and the principles of public health and human rights into drug policy.
Human Rights Watch analysis has found that Guatemala’s lack of effort to ensure access to palliative care condemns many patients with pain to needless suffering, with devastating consequences for them and their families.
OSF explores the potential that the coca leaf holds and sets out the parameters for a system that could significantly expand coca industrialization in a manner that makes the most of its social, political, economic, and environmental benefits.
The IDPC network outlines four key asks for member states towards ensuring that future drug policies are firmly situated within the UN priorities of protecting health and human rights, promoting development and advancing peace and security.
IDPC evaluates the impacts of drug policies implemented across the world over the past decade, assessing progress made towards the 2019 goals and concluding on the need to move away from punitive approaches.