Country after country a vast array of new psychoactive substances, rapidly spread via online sources, is causing havoc for law and policy makers and are now looking to the example of recent New Zealand legislation.
The EU needs to improve its knowledge of drug markets and criminal activities in beneficiary countries, to ensure their projects are sensitive to the potentially counterproductive effects on organised crime and the drug trade in West Africa.
This report provides a summary of what was discussed this year, and attempts to provide some analysis of the key interconnected discussions, debates, emerging issues of concern and recurring themes at the CND.
Canadian Students For Sensible Drug Policy will be hosting its 7th Annual National Conference, providing a platform for stakeholders to share ideas, exchange knowledge, and organise for future actions.
This congress focuses on the traditional and contemporary use of drugs in indigenous, mestizo, and urban communities in Mexico and Brazil. Informal and cultural means of control, and their relationship with formal and legal controls, will also be explored.
This seminar seeks to examine in detail the impact of the validity of human rights that prohibition policies enforce and the role they have today questioning some Latin American countries in the consequences of the "war on drugs" .
This video gives a wonderful overview of the failure of the war on drugs which lasts since forty years and sums up the several drug-related alternatives which have been adopted in different European countries but also all around the world.
In the latest move in Morocco’s long-standing debate over its production of cannabis, two political parties have submitted draft laws legalizing the plant’s cultivation for “therapeutic and industrial” purposes.