The EU adopts its most progressive drug action plan ever
Although it was without much fanfare that the European Commission, in July 2017, published the new Action Plan on Drugs (2017-2020), the drug policy community should celebrate it as a great achievement both for its progressive content and for the meaningful involvement of civil society in its preparation.
'Heroin is very good at getting rid of all my problems': drugs and sexism in India
Gender bias and stigma mean female drug addicts survive under the radar, making it harder for them to access treatment.
What’s the point in a new drug strategy if it isn’t being funded and isn’t new?
As home secretary Theresa May published the last drug strategy 7 years ago, she couldn’t have predicted what would have happened to her since.
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