The Crucial Role of Mothers in Reforming Drug Policy
Mothers in the UK, US, Canada, and beyond are advocating for drug policy reform; for many, their advocacy follows the death or incarceration of their child as a result of the drug war.
Punjab's drug menace: 'I wanted my son to die'
The northern Indian state of Punjab has witnessed a sharp increase in the number of drug-related deaths this year. BBC Punjabi's Arvind Chhabra investigates why the drug menace has become worse in the state.
How 'fixing rooms' are saving the lives of drug addicts
Across Europe, facilities that offer medical supervision for addicts are dramatically reducing drug-related deaths
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