IDPC, Viso Mutop and GDPO explore the report's discussion of buoyant drug markets and UNODC's stance on key issues like decriminalisation, human rights and environmental impact, noting the growing influence of green criminology and its potential to reshape perspectives.
The Working Group on Women, Drug Policy and Incarceration reflects on almost ten years of collective research and joint advocacy, achievements and disappointments, as well as challenges and opportunities for the future.
The Centre on Drug Policy Evaluation outlines how social responsibility and equity can be enhanced within Canadian cannabis legislation, emphasising the inclusion of underrepresented racialised people and genders, reparations for the harms of cannabis prohibition through reinvestment of taxes, and amnesty for previous cannabis convictions.
EHRA's regional assessment concludes that most health systems are not prepared to address the needs of people who use drugs, recommending changes in policy, professional guidance and community support to mitigate these shortcomings.
The International Coalition on Drug Policy Reform and Environmental Justice shines a light on how global drug prohibition fuels organised crime, corruption and environmental devastation, and calls for closer collaboration between environmental and drug policy movements.
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.