On this page you can find relevant researchs on drug-related health topics, including HIV, hepatitis C, drug and overdose prevention, harm reduction and drug treatment. You can also find our Clinical Guidelines.

HRI Universal Periodic Review of Indonesia at the Human Rights Council
The report focuses on the death penalty for drug offences, corporal punishment, drug treatment, injecting drug use, HIV/AIDS and the right to health.
Kasia Malinowska-Sempruch: Global Drugs Policy in 2010
Presentation Kasia Malinowska-Sempruch from Open Society Institute's (OSI) Global Drug Policy Program, at the Conference in Prague, 30th September 2010.
Harm Reduction International statement at the UN Human Rights Council - MDG 6 summit, Russia and harm reduction
This review is a civil society report on Indonesia submitted by Harm Reduction International, in partnership with LBH Masyarakat and Asian Harm Reduction Network.
Vienna Declaration - In 5 New Languages
The Vienna Declaration is now available in five more languages thanks to the European Drug Policy Initiative (EDPI).
Abuse in the Name of Treatment - Drug Detention Centers in Asia
A film by the Hungarian Civil Liberties Union on compulsory drug detention centers in Asia is available online.
Take Home Naloxone - The Right to Survive Overdoses
This is to call your attention to a new video by the Hungarian Civil Liberties Union which highlights Naloxone distribution, a cheap and effective way to prevent lethal drug overdoses.
Medicines: access to controlled medicines (narcotic and psychotropic substances)
This helpful fact sheet from World Health Organization highlights the access to controlled medicines.
Overview of "Tools for Debate: US Federal Government Data on Cannabis Prohibition"
The failure of U.S. marijuana prohibition and supports calls for evidence-based models to legalize and regulate the use of cannabis. It provides an overview of the ICSDP's report "Tools for Debate: US Federal Government Data on Cannabis Prohibition" which can be found on the ICSDP web site.
Briefing Paper: Heroin Assisted Treatment - The State of Play
The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) estimates that there are presently between 15.5 and 21.1 million opiate users in the world, the majority of whom are heroin users. There has been a growing awareness of the importance of treatment for this population in recent decades, with Opiate Substitution Therapy (OST) prominent amongst the range of treatment modalities.
Legalising the Drugs Trade: Reducing Crime or Increasing Addiction?
This publication highlights the arguments contained in many of the books, reports and articles listed in this bibliography focus on the concept of harm.
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