In South East Europe, penalties for drug offences remain high, although some efforts are being made to reduce penalties for drug use and possession. More recently however, governments have responded to increasing levels of NPS use with strong law enforcement efforts. In parallel, the economic crisis has had a devastating effect on the availability of harm reduction programmes.
EECA INTERACT 2022 will bring together scientists, clinicians, members of civil society, and government officials to tackle topics facing individual countries while building capacity and strengthening research and clinical networks.
C-EHRN provides an update on the work to ensure access to harm reduction services and other forms of care and support for populations in situations of vulnerability in Ukraine and neighbouring countries.
Students for Sensible Drug Policy International and Youth RISE are launching a new Erasmus+ project intended to increase the capacity of youth-led organisations that engage in drug policy reform and young people to advocate at the European Union level.
The survey's respondents were primarily cannabis growers, who had experiences of self-medication with cannabis, and supported different policies of legalisation and regulation - including age restrictions and licensing requirements to apply for commercial growing.
Sexism Free Night Seminar, taking place on the 20th of May in Barcelona, will be a combination of activities, mix of presentations and side events, all aiming to present a full spectrum of topics around Sexism in Nightlife.