Category Archives: Decriminalisation

Voices From The Global Movement Of People Who Use Drugs

See the faces of the worlds drug user activists and hear their successes and the challenges ahead Continue reading

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A neat analysis of the mood and motivations at this year’s CND

Just thought I would add a rather succinct analysis of the recent High Level Sessions at the Commission for Narcotic Drugs (CND). It is by Kasia Malinowska – Sepruch, a blogger for the Huff Post – and dear readers, director … Continue reading

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The Hep C ‘time bomb’

Defuse the hepatitis C “time bomb”; end the war on people who use drugs. World Hepatitis Day is July 28th, and whilst some 500 million people globally are living with hepatitis B or C, the day barely receives any coverage, and … Continue reading

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Have you seen this?! Proposal for Drug Legalisation in Central America

  On Saturday February 11th, Guatemalan President Otto Perez Molina declared that, following discussions with Colombian President Santos, he will present a proposal for drug legalization in Central America at the April 14-15 Summit of the Americas. Guatemalan Vice-President Roxana … Continue reading

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