Civil society, UN agencies and Member states will discuss key practicalities of ongoing processes at the heart of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice (CCPCJ) and the Commission on Narcotic Drugs (CND).
A recent OHCHR report underscores the vast human rights issues fueled by the drug war, encouraging member nations to transition away from punitive drug control measures in favor of a public health-centered approach.
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.
Ann Fordham (IDPC Executive Director) analyses the key takeaways and significance of the OHCHR's latest report, noting how its call for transformative change includes an unprecedented recommendation to consider the responsible regulation of illegal drug markets.
Harm Reduction International expose the large sums of aid being spent on drug prohibition worldwide, calling on governments and donors to divest from punitive policies and invest in health and human rights.
To better understand and document this growing legacy, consider avenues for further expansion, and strengthen learning tools, IDPC is looking for an experienced consultant to conduct an evaluation of the campaign’s lifetime.