This short paper summarises the five fundamental principles for effective drug policies that have been developed and agreed by IDPC members through research, analysis and debate over the last two years. They represent a set of practical high order principles that can be used to guide national and international debates, and will be used as the basis of advocacy by the IDPC in the coming months and years.
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