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.
EHRA publish their latest edition of CHECK magazine, focusing on the disproportionate levels of stigmatisation and discrimination that women who use drugs face as a result of existing gender inequalities and prohibitionist policies.
Cat Packer highlights how the Biden administration could use existing norms on equity as a framework to understand and address how cannabis laws and policies create barriers for underserved communities.
Metzineres and IDPC illustrate through official documents, research and personal testimonies the need to eliminate discrimination, criminalisation and systematic violence against women and gender-diverse people who use drugs.
HRI, SANPUD, VOCAL Kenya, Rumah Cemara and EHRA urged the Global Fund to maintain its commitment to harm reduction funding (including by promoting domestic investment) as well as community-led programming.