The WOLA Advocacy for Human Rights in the Americas provides policy recommendations for developing and implementing gender-sensitive drug and prison-related policies rooted in human rights and public health.
The HIV Legal Network discusses the need to start undoing the damage of criminalizing people for personal drug use and instead shift energies and resources to more effective ways of protecting and promoting the health of
people in our families and communities.
Madden et al. shed light on the discursive, material and procedural barriers hindering the meaningful engagement of people who use drugs in UN drug-policy, while identifying strategies for resistance and change.