2019: Taking Stock, Looking Forward will discuss the state of play of Vienna discussions, discuss the key findings of IDPC's landmark report and provide practical ideas on how to utilise the report for national advocacy, in particular in view of the 2019 target date.
This paper provides the latest available data on women incarcerated for drug offences in Latin America, highlights the key human rights challenges they face in the criminal justice system, and offers policy recommendations.
IDPC expresses concern about Commissioner Gaviria's endorsement of a presidential candidate whose proposals on drug policy are in stark contrast with the ones made by the Global Commission on Drug Policy.
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.
Civil society groups from all over the world have released a statement condemning governments for failing to acknowledge the devastating consequences of punitive and repressive drug policies as they prepare for a UN summit on the issue next month.