The Global Commission on Drug Policy' new report argues that current perceptions of drugs and people who use them have led to an unrealistic and stigmatizing approach to drug policy. Contrasting these perceptions with available evidence it identifies reforms required for more effective drug policies.

11 Jan 2018
Over the last six years, the Global Commission on Drug Policy has become a
leading voice in the debate on the failures of the international drug control
regime and the repressive laws that it has inspired, as well as on the reforms
that are required to overcome the tragic consequences of prohibition. The
25 members of the Commission represent a wealth of experience as political,
scientific and business leaders, as well as a permanent dedication to human
rights and sustainable development.
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