Drug Policy Alliance underscore how chronic underinvestment in public services and the criminalisation of social issues have fuelled several concurrent crises, calling for increased investment in jobs, education, housing, and health care.
EuroNPUD advocate for peer-led harm reduction delivered by, with and for people who use drugs and provide technical resources that support the delivery of peer-led harm reduction by drug user organisations and peer work projects.
WOLA discusses the coca market crisis in Colombia, exploring its many potential causes and urging authorities to seize the opportunity to provide aid, improved civilian governance and avenues for economic development.
The National Harm Reduction Coalition and Lighthouse Learning Collective interrogate the state of care for queer and trans people who use drugs and/or do sex work, recognising inadequacies and suggesting avenues to build power for communities and improve support by harm reduction organisations.
INPUD present a best-practice toolkit, focused on key harm reduction interventions, based on interviews with twenty peer drug user activists and harm reduction specialists from a range of different countries.
IDPC and ICEERS argue that the right of Indigenous Peoples to grow, use, possess, heal, and travel with their ancestral plants should be enshrined as a part of a right to health free from racial discrimination.
The Canadian Drug Policy Coalition provides insight about value-based and implementation-focused priorities that centre drug user leadership in the development and expansion of safe supply models in Canada.
Rigoni et al. summarise expert and public opinions on the regulation of MDMA collected in relation to a pop-up installation (the 'XTC store') in Utrecht (the Netherlands) highlighting support for a strictly regulated market for MDMA products.