The intersessional meeting this autumn will focus on the expansion and diversification of drugs and drug markets, the historic rise of supply and demand, and the growing public health issues related to opioid use.
Civil society involvement in international processes is constantly growing: now is the time to build bridges, not only between movements, but between international institutions, to finally make drug policy a human rights issue.
We are looking for individuals or organisations that can provide high quality communications, messaging and media coaching to the Consortium members in order to deliver our messages convincingly and impactfully.
Moving forward, major challenges include ensuring that new infections are prevented from occurring and that people who are living with HCV are tested, linked to care, treated, receive appropriate follow-up, and have equitable access to care.
This paper highlights the need to reaffirm and recognise the need for a rights-based approach, the crucial role of communities and of international solidarity and funding for the implementation of UHC for all.
The International Overdose Awareness Day is a global event during which local and international organisations host events to promote health, reduce stigma and commemorate those who have been lost to a drug overdose.