OHCHR present their report to the Human Rights Council on the impact of the world drug problem on human rights, urging policymakers to shift towards a health and human-rights centred approach to drug policy.
The Paradigma Youth Coalition present their response to the 2023 World Drug Report, emphasising the importance of involving young people in shaping progressive drug policies with evidence-based approaches, inclusivity and harm reduction at their core.
Dennis et al. present a series of articles that employ the drug-user activist concept of 'narcofeminism', a collective movement for women who use drugs to mobilise, fight for their right to self-determination and to have their voices heard.
A report surveying a panel of young people in Ireland has called for the decriminalisation of drugs and easier access to self-injecting facilities, in a bid to reduce harm and encourage treatment and support.
The conference was an exhilarating space for sharing and learning from harm reductionists from across the globe, reflect on pending challenges, and envision ambitious futures for our movement and communities.
Movement for Family Power highlight the important steps necessary to end the war on drugs on families, such as decriminalizing drug use by parents and removing barriers to healthcare access, in order to prioritize the well-being of pregnant people and families oppressed by systems of control.