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SanPa. Where did we leave off? Where are we now?

In  Italy the documentary on San Patrignano community has started a wide debate on drugs. A lot has changed from the ’80’s and ’90’s: the fight for de-crimininalization of drug use has won support, harm reduction is now part of the public drug policies

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A changing vision on drugs: Colombia

The Peace Delegation had a meeting with social leaders from the area, in which we explained the content, scope and real impact of this agreement

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A changing vision on drugs: Colombia

The agreement on the fourth point of the Agenda, Solution to the problem of Illicit Drugs, made at the peace talks between the Colombian government and the FARC-EP, is an interesting case to show that times might be changing

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O’Brien calls for new approach to drugs problem

Sinn Féin spokesperson for Drugs, Deputy Jonathan O’Brien said that drugs problems should be dealt with as a health problem rather than a criminal justice one

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Uno sguardo ad UNGASS 2016 dal cono sud di America Latina

UNGASS 2016. Breve storia sulla costruzione recente di un immaginario egemonico sulle droghe

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The Death Penalty For Drug-Related Offences

33 countries or territories continue to impose the death penalty for drug-related offences, resulting in approximately 1,000 executions annually. Drug-related offences account for the majority of executions carried out in some countries and are mandatorily punished by death in a number of States

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UNGASS 2016: ¿Que es lo que está en juego? Entrevista a Marie Nougier

Entrevista a Marie Nougier, coordinadora del grupo de trabajo UNGASS del Foro de la Sociedad Civil sobre las Drogas (LCR), investigadora y responsable de las comunicaciones y publicaciones del IDPC – Consorcio Internacional sobre Políticas de Drogas

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Ungass 2016: what’s at stake?

Interview to  Marie Nougier,  coordinator of Civil  Society Forum on Drugs (CSF) UNGASS working group  and senior researcher and responsible for communications and publications of IDPC – International Drug Policy Consortium

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Global Rights. UNGASS, it is time to stop the war on drugs

From 19 to 21 April 2016 the United Nations will host in New York a special session of the General Assembly on drugs (UNGASS)

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UNGASS 2016: what’s at stake? Interview whit Peter Sarosi

UNGASS 2016 will not be a turning point, says the Reporter Rights Foundation Director Director, Peter Sarosi. “But it is true that civil society is stronger and this is positive. The reform will not by the UN, the reform is driven by local and national policies”

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