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The Drug Law Wars – a story that began in Canberra
After close to half a century of pumping billions into drug law enforcement the realisation is dawning that the global war on drugs was doomed to fail.
'War on drugs means millions are needlessly dying in pain'
Millions of people are dying in pain because of the repressive stance the world has taken on drugs.
UN: Swedish drug rules violate human rights
Sweden's drug policies have come in for harsh criticism from the UN.
The War on Drugs: Harming, not protecting, young people The global war on drugs has been fought for 50 years, without preventing the long-term trend of increasing drug production, supply and use. But beyond this failure to achieve its own stated aims, the drug war has also produced a range of serious, negative costs.
Global Drug Survey 2016 Global Drug Survey seeks to become the largest most credible source of current drug use data trends in the world.
First Do No Harm: Advancing Public Health in Policing Practices First Do No Harm addresses the disconnect between law enforcement and public health systems, which has resulted in an ineffective default response of arrest, incarcerate, and repeat for some of our society’s most vulnerable members—people living in poverty, using drugs, or living with mental illness.