Global Drug Policy will be debated at the united nations in march 2016.
The voice of physicians will be heard.
Physicians Signed
Target: 1500 by Oct 2014
2,500 by march 2015 | 5,000 by march 2016
In the news
Hepatitis C - prevention works!
Rapid decline in HCV incidence among PWID associated with national scale-up in of harm reduction interventions
On Sunday
International Overdose Awareness Day (IOAD) is a global event held on August 31st each year and aims to raise awareness of overdose.
The American opiate crisis just gets worse
Unlike the stuff coming from a pharmacy window, those in the black market don't get any sort of guarantee of purity or (relative) safety. They get whatever.
Events area
5th Latin American and 1st Central American Conference on Drug Policy
3 Sep 2014 San José, Costa Rica
Latin America drug control policies have produced: social isolation, a disproportionate incarceration of drug users and small dealers or “mules”, social violence, environmental damage, and violations of basic human rights. This event will be a platform for discussion and elaboration of solution-oriented proposals.
2nd International Conference on Law Enforcement and Public Health (LEPH2014)
5 Oct 2014 Amsterdam, Netherlands
This conference, organised jointly by the Centre for Law Enforcement and Public Health and the Talma Institute for the Study of Work, Care and Welfare, will discuss the link between law enforcement and public health.
10th US Harm Reduction Conference
23 Oct 2014 Baltimore, USA
This conference will focus on improving best practices of harm reduction in a context in which the totalitarianism of the war on drugs is" melting at the edges".