The Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights urged Guatemala and Italy to bring their drug policies in line with international human rights standards, including in relation to the decriminalisation of drug use.
The launch of the report brought together over 60 representatives from civil society, community networks and public authorities, prompting a discussion on the need to end rights-violating practices against people who use drugs.
The EMCDDA rapid assessment study is two-fold evaluates the initial service response to the needs of displaced Ukrainians in
neighbouring EU countries and identifies factors that may help EU countries to be better prepared for possible future needs in this area.
ISSDP will be holding a one-day, in-person meeting in Lisbon on Tuesday, November 22, 2022 prior to the 2022 Lisbon Addictions Conference, to a) provide an opportunity for ISSDP members to see each other again in person and b) to present and discuss drug policy research that is not covered in the main Lisbon addictions conference.