International Network of People Who Use Drugs (INPUD)

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International Network of People Who Use Drugs (INPUD)

INPUD is a global network of people who use and have used drugs. INPUD has an evolving regional network structure and also strong ties with a number of national and local drug user organisations. A key role of the organisation is to support people who use drugs to access and take part in international policy processes.

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NFM4: How people who use drugs can meaningfully engage

NFM4: How people who use drugs can meaningfully engage

Online
26 September 2022
INPUD is organising a webinar to introduce people who use drugs to NFM and particularly NFM4 with the aim to mobilise the community to engage in the processes on national level and influence their outcomes.
Human rights violations against people who use drugs in Sub-Saharan Africa

Human rights violations against people who use drugs in Sub-Saharan Africa

Online
21 June 2022
Join the African Network of People who Use Drugs (AfricaNPUD), with speakers from UNAIDS and from the community, for the launch of a landmark report documenting this situation which can inform future drug laws and policies and enhance human rights advocacy among people who use drugs in Africa.