Correlation and partners have produced an innovative set of tools and principles which aim to contribute to improving and transforming the services that shape access to and the quality of care that people experiencing homelessness who use drugs receive.
This Special Issue of the Journal of illicit Economies and Development seeks to understand the environmental impacts of illicit economies beyond traditional crime-focused indicators. This includes environmental impacts of illicit drug crop cultivation, drug trafficking and drug production across…
IDPC call on the ECDD to consider the profound impacts of legal and policy choices that may be triggered by international scheduling and to take the lessons from past national controls duly into account before taking any further steps towards bringing kratom under international control.
As we prepare for the global launch, IDPC and Youth RISE invite their members and other allies involved in drug policy advocacy to come and learn more about the Index. This online workshop will explain the GDPI project and methodology, prepare participants for the launch, and provide space for discussion and questions.
In this panel discussion, former Open Society fellows and global drug policy experts examine the international impacts of the war on drugs and provide insights on how to shift drug policy from prohibition and punishment to health and human rights.
In seeking to future-proof sustainable regulatory efforts, join us for the launch of ‘Cannabis regulation: Lessons from the illicit tobacco trade’, an illuminating briefing paper written by Benoit Gomis and produced as a collaboration between the International Drug Policy Consortium (IDPC), the Global Drug Policy Observatory (GDPO), Health Poverty Action (HPA), Transform, the Transnational Institute (TNI) and the Washington Office on latin America (WOLA).