A side event at the Commission on Narcotic Drugs brought together experts to discuss how drug policy outcomes are measured, with the Sustainable Development Goals discussed as a potential mechanism of evaluation.
The Social Science Research Council reviews key findings from regional case studies on drug courts that may be useful to inform debates about these mechanisms and other alternatives to incarceration for low-level drug crimes.
The Drugs, Security and Democracy programme provides support for research across a variety of disciplines to create a network of scholars interested in developing alternative approaches to drug policy.
2012 will be probably regarded as a turning point for drug policy in Latin America: as the year when the “war on drugs” paradigm began to be seriously and publicly called into question. This film features some of the main events of the year.