The Challenge of the Emerging Semi-Synthetic Cannabinoid Market in Europe

By Péter Sárosi | July 15, 2024

The lucrative and unregulated market of semi-synthetic cannabinoids is rapidly expanding across Europe, raising public health concerns and posing a legislative challenge to policymakers. The solution lies not in prohibition but in regulation.


Harm Reduction Advocacy – Webinar Series

By Péter Sárosi | June 18, 2024

We present you the video recordings of the four webinars we organised in collaboration with the Correlation European Harm Reduction Network to strengthen harm reduction advocacy across Europe.

One Coca Leaf for Nutrition is One Coca Less for Drug Trafficking | Cesar Aguilar Alcedo

By Péter Sárosi | June 4, 2024

The UN drug treaties prohibited the use of coca leaf but Andean people are now promoting its re-legalisation. We asked Cesar Aguilar Alcedo, a member of the Bolivian delegation at the UN Commission on Narcotic Drugs, to explain why.

The State of Cannabis Reform in Europe | Interview with Tom Blickman at the UN

By Péter Sárosi | June 3, 2024

In this interview, filmed at the UN Commission on Narcotic Drugs, we discussed current developments of cannabis policy reform in Europe with Tom Blickman from the Transnational Institute.

The Man Who Thinks Psilocybin Can Save Humankind: Paul Stamets

By Péter Sárosi | May 29, 2024

We interviewed Stamets at the last International Conference on Psychedelic Research (ICPR) in 2022. We publish this full interview on Drugreporter ahead of the next ICPR conference that will take place in Haarlem next week where Drugreporter will film again.

Drug Regulation as a Tool to Promote Human Rights, Health and Security in Europe | Arild Knutsen

By Péter Sárosi | May 27, 2024

In this interview, filmed at the 67th Commission on Narcotic Drugs in Vienna this year, we asked Arild Knutsen, the head of the Association for Humane Drug Policy (FHN) about drug policy reform developments in Norway.

What Are Nitazines? Interview with Shayla Schlossenberg at the UN

By Péter Sárosi | May 16, 2024

You have likely heard of a new synthetic substance, Nitazine, increasingly sold on illicit drug markets in North America and in Western Europe. We interviewed Shayla Schlossenberg, Drug Service Coordinator at Release, a UK-based NGO and a leading voice in drug policy reform in Europe.

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A selection of Drugreporter's most popular documentaries

Psychedelics in Scotland

Drugreporter produced a new documentary, titled “Psychedelics in Scotland” on the struggle to liberate psychedelic medicine in Scotland. In the film, people with lived experience provide testimony on the healing powers of psychedelic drugs. We produced additional films as well at the 3 day long event on cannabis and psilocybin mushrooms, as well as other healing plants indigenous to Scotland.

The Wall of Shame – Why crack consumption rooms are needed in Paris

In the last 3 decades marginalized people who use crack in Paris have been chased from one public park to the other by the police. Recently the police even built a wall to block the users from the rest of society. This new documentary explores the history of crack in Paris, and amplifies the voices of experts and residents who call for a better solution: safe crack consumption rooms.

Fixpunkt Berlin: Supporting People Who Use Drugs in Berlin

A harm reduction organisation is on the frontline of helping those marginalised people who use cocaine and heroin on the streets – Read our report from Berlin and watch our short film about the drug consumption van by Fixpunkt!

Decriminalisation in Portugal: Through the Lens of People who Use Drugs

In this short film we summarise what the community of people who use drugs in Portugal acknowledges about the famous drug policy model of Portugal, but also what they would like to see improved.

A Visit to a Drug Consuption Room in Athens

Seven years after our last visit, we returned to Athens to film about harm reduction in Greece, with a special focus on the first drug consumption room. Read our article and watch the movie we produced!

Metzineres: From Survival to Fighting Back

Metzineres provides a safe haven for womxn who use drugs who are also surviving violence in Barcelona. They are not passive victims to be rescued – we can learn a lot from them about community empowerment. Watch our new video produced together with INPUD!

InSite – Not Just Injecting, But Connecting

InSite is an injecting site – and so much more. Watch our movie and learn why the Canadian government should not shut it down!

TAKING BACK WHAT’S OURS! An Oral History of the Movement of People who Use Drugs

Drugreporter and INPUD produced this documentary film series that aims to document how the movement of people who use drugs have formed around the world, how they maintain momentum and mobilise, and how they undertake their work and show resilience in a context of criminalisation, marginalisation and oppression.

Crossings – Stories of Migrant Sex Workers

Crossings is a sex-worker produced documentary about the effects of criminalisation on migrant sex workers in Europe and the powerful ways of their resistance. Produced in cooperation between Drugreporter and ICRSE.

The Narcofeminism Storyshare Model

Watch and listen to womxn who are sharing their stories about pregnancy, parenting and drug use. These stories represent truth and courage and act as a testament to the power of the Narco Feminism story share model. Drugreporter produced this short documentary film together with the International Network of People who Use Drugs (INPUD) and the North Carolina Urban Survivors Union (NCUSU).


The documentary tells the story of how the members of the most vulnerable communities affected by the HIV epidemic, such as drug users, sex workers, and LGBTQ people, struggle for survival and dignity in a hostile cultural and political environment. Through their eyes, it shows the successes and challenges civil society organisations face when they implement HIV prevention, treatment, and care services in 7 Russian cities: Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Yekaterinburg, Naberezhnye Chelny, Almetyevsk, Kazan and Kaliningrad.

Crackdown on Civil Society – The Movie

This film – produced by the Rights Reporter Foundation, supported by AFEW International – features activists and civil society organisations who are being increasingly targeted by repressive governments in Eastern Europe and Central Asia. The movie presents a story of oppression, resistance and survival seen through the eyes of human rights defenders.

DYING A SLOW DEATH: Inside Indonesia’s Drug War

PKNI and Drugreporter launch their new documentary film in 4 cities across Indonesia ahead of World AIDS Day 2015. Watch and share the film to end the war on drugs in Indonesia!

The War on Drugs in Mexico: Is There an Alternative?

Drugreporter's video advocacy team travelled to Mexico in 2010 to film about the negative consequences of the war on drugs campaign launched by President Felipe Calderon in 2006. When we first entered the country, the number of people killed in the war was approaching 40,000. Today, the death toll is approximately 60,000.

The Gendered Impacts of the War on Drugs

How does the war on drugs affect women? Is it really so different from how it affects men? Our knowledge was very limited before we interviewed the participants of an international workshop in Budapest. Please watch our video report and read our article!


Watch our video interview with the man who discovered Mephedrone, the drug also known as Meow-Meow!

After the War on Drugs

How will a post-prohibition world look like? – Learn from our video!

Peer2Peer – Reinforcing Peers’ Involvement in Outreach Work

Who are peers? Why is the involvement of peers crucial in service provision to people who use drugs and are in need? This short movie documents a study visit to Amsterdam and Antwerp, two cities with a long history of peer involvement.

HepaGo – Supporting people living on the streets during the pandemic

This unique program supports people who use drugs and sex workers who live or work on the streets during the COVID-19 pandemic in Budapest. One of their main goals is to help people get into Hepatitis C treatment. Watch our video and find out how!

ROOM IN THE 8th DISTRICT – Campaign Report

Read a report about our campaign for opening supervised injection sites in Budapest – and watch our campaign movie with English subtitles!

Abuse in the Name of Treatment – Drug Detention Centers in Asia

There are hundreds of thousands of people kept in compulsory drug detention centers in Vietnam, China, Thailand and Laos. It is easy to get in to one of these centers. Some people enter voluntarily in the hope of kicking their drug habit, others are sent there by their families who pay for their “treatment”; but in some cities, it often happens that the military police just collect street children, drug users, sex workers and other groups on the street.

Paving the Way

The legal regulation of marijuana is not sci-fi any more: the potential models of legalization are here. Watch Drugreporter's 2010 video on Harborside, an outstanding medical marijuana center in Oakland, California.

Take Home Naloxone – The Right to Survive Overdoses

Watch Drugreporter's 2010 video on Naloxone prescription, the best way to fight opiate overdoses.

If you only watch one video about drug policy, be it this one!

The Human Rights Costs of the War on Drugs

World renowned experts explain the most serious problems with the drug war in only 8 minutes!

This film takes us through one day in the life of eight people, from seven cities, in seven different countries of the world, from morning until night. They all have something in common - all of them use drugs. But these people are not defined by their drug use.

"The film gives us an astonishingly intimate look at the lives, tribulations and inspiring resilience of drug using human beings." Gabor Maté M.D."


Our award winning animated documentary is based on the original audio recording of Kostya Proletarsky, a drug user and HIV activist who died as a result of mistreatment and torture at a Russian prison. The hand drawn animation film was awarded the Best Short Documentary award at the Madrid Film and Human Rights Festival and the Best Documentary award of the 65th Hungarian National Independent Film festival in 2020. Click here for the official web page.

Our Just Say Know video series aim to educate the public about drugs, drug polices and harm reduction in a simple, easy-to-understand way, using the power of video advocacy and social media networks.

Episode 1. The Netherlands, Belgium and France

Drugreporter and INPUD presents the first episode of a 10 chapter long series documenting how people who use drugs around the world have organised and formed collectives and unions to protect and defend the health and human rights of their community. The first episode uncovers he history of the movement in the Netherlands, and how it inspired activists in Belgium and France.

Episode 2. Canada

Drugreporter and INPUD present the second episode of an oral history of the movement of people who use drugs. The second chapter is about Canada, featuring Ann Livingston, Zoë Dodd and the Vancouver Area Network of Drug Users (VANDU) team.

Episode 3. Germany, Denmark and Norway

Drugreporter and INPUD present the third instalment of an oral history of the movement of people who use drugs. This episode is about the achievement of drug user groups in Germany, Denmark, and Norway.

TAKING BACK WHAT’S OURS! – Episode 4. South Africa

Drugreporter and INPUD present the fourth episode of an oral history of the movement of people who use drugs. This time we discover the vibrant user movement in South Africa.

Episode 5. United States of America.

Activists from the United States look back on the history of the movement of people who use drugs in the fifth episode of the documentary series produced by INPUD and Drugreporter.

Episode 6. Australia and New Zealand

The history of the movement of people who use drugs in Australia is a long and rich one. It is one of the few countries that has funded user organisations for over 30 years now.

Episode 7. Asia

Despite criminalisation, torturous forced labour camps, capital punishment, and state sanctioned murder of people who use drugs, the movement of people who use drugs in Asia remains strong and resilient. Watch the new episode of our series telling the oral history of the movement of people who use drugs in Asian countries!

Episode 8. Afghanistan, Tanzania and Mexico

In this episode of the oral history of the movement of people who use drugs, we introduce three countries with new and emerging user movements: Afghanistan, Tanzania, and Mexico.

Episode 9. Russia, Georgia and Ukraine

In today’s episode of the oral history of the movement of people who use drugs, we travel to three Eastern European countries, where activists fight very restrictive drug policies.

Episode 10. The United Kingdom and the International Network of People who Use Drugs

In the final episode of our documentary series on the history of the rights movement of people who use drugs, we introduce activists from the UK and from the International Network of People Who Use Drugs.

Russian language videos on drug policy, harm reduction and human rights.

Igor Kuzmenko, a filmmaker and co-founder of the Drug Users News (DUNews) documentary studio, needs your help! Please make a donation today to support his work to produce a series of documentaries about the community of people who use drugs in Ukraine during the war. Movies about the people, organizations, and networks that save thousands of Ukrainians from death and give hope every day.

LIFE UNDER OCCUPATION – Part IV. The ground was burning under their feet

Summer came to Kherson, with thick morning mists and frog concerts at night. Sweet cherries, juicy apples, and all of the many things that the soil generously provides began to appear. And with them came blackouts and mobile phone disconnection.

LIFE UNDER OCCUPATION – Part III. Substitution therapy under fire

Time passed. The occupation continued. As spring came, the situation in the city hardened. The Russians began to behave more brazenly and defiantly, and gradually life turned into a chronicle of violence and crime.

LIFE UNDER OCCUPATION – Part II. Under the power of the Dementors

Imagine for a moment that you have been deprived of the ability to do the usual routine things; to leave the house whenever you like, to walk wherever you like, to go to the cinema, museums, or the theatre, to drink coffee with friends at the corner café, to buy something at the shop, to go to a neighbouring town or to another country. When – in one moment – you find yourself under occupation, you lose everything that your life consisted of.

LIFE UNDER OCCUPATION - Part I. The day that changed our lives

We found out about the war on the morning of 24 February. All the news channels were screaming about it. We were literally crushed by the news: missile attacks on Kiev, Odessa, Dnipro, Lviv, Ivano-Frankivsk... At the same time gigantic military columns were heading towards Kiev, Kharkiv, Kherson, Mykolaiv, Odessa...


This documentary is about the communities of people living with HIV in Russia. It tells the story of how the members of the most vulnerable communities affected by the HIV epidemic, such as drug users, sex workers, and LGBTQ people, struggle for survival and dignity in a hostile cultural and political environment. Visit the official page for more info!

The Maternity Hospital as a Place of Punishment:

Pregnancy and the birth of a child is a bright, big, and important event. It’s about the laws of the universe and love. But, in the opinion of many medical professionals, women living with drug addiction in Ukraine have no right to it. If you choose to inject, you deserve to die.

Video news on drug policy and harm reduction in Eastern Europe and Central Asia. Episode #1

DUNews, together with Talking Drugs, presents the first episode of Drug Policy and Harm Reduction News from Eastern Europe and Central Asia. In it, we bring you up to date on important developments in our countries and give the floor to experts for comment. We will be publishing these video newsletters on a regular basis.

Ivan Anoshkin. Survivor

Ivan Anoshkin’s life is a chronicle of the state’s crimes against human beings and his path to strength, truth, and freedom.


Alexei Kurmanaevsky, an activist and human rights activist, emigrated from Russia to Israel four years ago. Alexei Kurmanaevsky is known to everyone in the countries of Eastern Europe and Central Asia. He was always in the public eye, but disappeared after he moved to Israel. We did not manage to arrange an interview with him for a long time. And just recently he wrote that he was ready to talk.

People by Right

The lives of people who use drugs mean death, prison, disease, stigma and discrimination, lack of access to treatment and employment, destroyed families, and children taken away. This is the story of human rights activists and RuNPUD (Russian Speaking Network of People Who Use Drugs) from the Eastern Europe and Central Asia (EECA) region, from the series of “People by Right” videos.


The film ‘Targets’ is a story about the women in Ukraine who are branded as “drug addicts” and who are being destroyed by the state today. These women are targets, and a real war is being waged against them. The film is an attempt to understand why this is happening and what needs to be done to stop these deaths.

Sergiu the Protector

Sergiu Grimalski is a person to whom thousands of people from all over the world owe their freedom, health, and life. For 16 years he has walked the streets of Berlin with a backpack on his shoulders, helping the people who are most marginalised – drug users and sex workers.

Road 184

“Road 184” is a movie about the Estonian Community of People who Use Psychotropic Substances, LUNEST, the first officially registered Estonian organization that protects the rights of drug users. Today, LUNEST unites people who speak different languages and have different citizenship, as well as those who do not have any citizenship in Estonia.

The Drug Lords International came to Vienna to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs in 2011. When the United Nations adopted the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs in 1961, most people did not expect that 50 years later nobody will celebrate the anniversary of global drug prohibition but a group of drug lords. Drug prohibition created a lucrative black market that generates annual revenue of 320 billion dollars for organized crime: who else have a better reason to celebrate?

Video reports from the UN Commission on Narcotic Drugs (CND) since 2008


At the 2023 Commission on Narcotic Drugs in Vienna, we made several long interviews with experts and activisits. We published so far the interview with Jamie Bridge, Angela Constance and Mata, and uploaded several full sessions of the event.


4 Short Videos about Recent Developments in Global Drug Policies: The Commission on Narcotic Drugs (CND) is the largest international drug policy decision making forum in the world. This year, at the 63rd session of the CND, our video advocacy team produced four short video reports to inform the public about some of the major developments.


5 Things We Learned at the UN Drugs Meeting This Year: Drugreporter’s team attended the UN Commission on Narcotics Drugs (CND), please read some take home messages and watch some videos we produced there!


Drugreporter Live From the Commission on Narcotic Drugs: The Drugreporter video team will live-stream sessions and talkshows from the annual UN meeting on drugs in Vienna on 12-14 March. Please follow us on Facebook and tune in!


The UNGASS on Drugs - Reform Aborted: After a long gestation, the UN drug reform experiment suffered a miscarriage. It seems the UN is not the catalyst of change but its mirror. Reformers can learn many lessons – but can also be proud of their achievements.


Governments Disagree Over Global Drug Control – Video Report from the Commission on Narcotics Drugs 2016: Drugreporter’s video advocacy team filmed key speeches and interviewed some of the participants at the UN’s drug meeting in Vienna – please watch and share our movie!


Video Report of the UN Drug Debate: This March, our video advocacy team attended the 58th session of the Commission on Narcotic Drugs, the largest drug policy gathering in the world, to find out how governments and NGOs feel about the prospects of drug policy reform. We produced a series of short thematic videos, to give you an overview of the current state of political debate on the burning issues of international drug control.



The UN on Drugs: Trends in 2013: Our movie gives you an insight of the 2013 trends of international drug control policies. We also filmed Evo Morales' speech at the UN.


100 Years of Global Drug War: Our movie features the most debated issues at the 2012 Commission on Narcotic Drugs (CND). Also filmed the UN Drug Czar stating that detention centers must be closed, Evo Morales Presenting coca-products at the UN, and once again we disproved the accusations of the Russian drug czar.


A 50 Year Old Convention: What’s Wrong With an Update? In our short movie we ask Mr. Fedotov, the head of the UN drug agency and his critics to express their views on the 50 years of global drug prohibition

2011 Drug Lords Celebrate

Drug Lords Celebrate the Drug War at the UN! The Drug Lords International came to Vienna to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. Watch their earlier video messages to the UN, here!


Russia and Methadone: Breaking the Ice: Russia is under strong international pressure to introduce opiate substitution treatment – watch our video and take action!


Silenced NGO Partner: The global drug czar shied away from answering an inconvenient question by Mr. Polak. the rest is history. We also filmed a summary video titled 3 days in 10 minutes and several more shorts: The True Meaning of Harm Reduction, War on Drugs – the new Jim Crow?, Student Drug Testing, Abstinence first?, A Drug Free World – Could We Do It?

Drugreporter News

Drugreporter News | 2022 November

In this episode:  Two New US States Legalised Cannabis. Colorado Decriminalised the Use of Psychedelics. Key Points of German Cannabis Regulation Leaked to the Press. Italy Bans Raves and Free Parties. Racist Drug War in Brazil. Harm Reduction Advocate Elected to Danish Parliament.

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The Impact of Cannabis Legalization in Canada

Drugreporter interviewed Jason Eligh, senior analyst of the Global Initiative Against Transnational Oranized Crime, to learn about the health and social impact of cannabis legalization in Canada.

Drugreporter is the official filmmaker of the largest international harm reduction gatherings, since 2008. We make interviews, live stream sessions and discussions to give you an insight on what is happening with this movement around the world. This is the summary video of the 2023 conference, we edited it during the event and showed it at the closing ceremony. You can find all the videos we shot at the conference, here.

Browse videos produced by members of our international activist videographer network. Many of them are alumni of our video advocacy and media training courses.

Narcotisation and Authoritarianism

Activists from Legalize Belarus published this important advocacy documentary, about the war on drugs in Belarus.

SHIFTS: Individual Narratives

SHIFTS: Individual Narratives: How much does the general public actually know about psychoactive substances and how these are used in their own communities? To check it out for themselves, NoBox went to two known universities in the Philippines and asked young university students questions about drugs and the people involved with them.

Reaching the Unreached

Reaching the Unreached: This documentary shows the experiences of outreach workers and peers in providing critical connections to prevention, treatment, and care to people who use drugs and sex workers in remote Sagaing villages in North West Myanmar. Produced by Drugreporter’s video advocacy alumni, Ko Si Thu Aung.

Psychedelics and Mental Health in the COVID-Era

Psychedelics and Mental Health in the COVID-Era: Psychedelics, mental health, COVID-19, and our drug laws: The Silent Pandemic and the search for innovation in the treatment of mental health problems. Please read this article by Beatrix Vas – and watch the movie they produced about research on psychedelics!

Boosters – (Not so) New Drugs in Poland

Boosters – (Not so) New Drugs in Poland: The members of Drugreporter’s video advocacy network produced a movie about the new generation of synthetic drugs that conquered Poland in 2008 – and are still popular.

Chemsex and the City

On the occasion of the Global Day of Action of the Suport. Don’t Punish campaign, during Pride month, Re Generation organised a screening of the film “Chem-Sex and the city” in Belgrade. The film was produced with the support of the Drugreporter Video Advocacy Network. Watch the video and read Irena Molnar’s report!

Overdose – Situation in Montenegro

This short movie, produced by a member of our video advocacy network, gives an insight into overdose prevention in a small Southern-Eastern European country, Montenegro.

Petr’s Journey

A new movie produced by the alumni of our video training, tells the story of Petr, a 50 years old man from Prague, who lost his leg, his has no home, no job – but his has now hope to change his life with the help of opiate substitution treatment.

Harm Reduction Challenge in Slovakia

Watch the video of Odyseus C.A., member of the Drugreporter video network, about the harm reduction situation in Slovakia with a brief outlook to the Czech Republic.

Jakarta’s Crystal Injustice

This is the story of Maulana who was caught and tortured by the Indonesian police for possessing a small amount of crystal meth. Watch the video of Yohan Misero (LBH Masyarakat), member of the Drugreporter video network!

Anyone’s Child: Mwana and Fatuma

A story from Anyone’s Child Kenya about a mourning mother and sister. Watch the latest video of Anyone’s Child Campaign and Cara Lavan supported by the Drugreporter.

Netti’s Story: A Pregnant Woman’s Journey in the Healthcare System in Berlin

Our new film features the story of Netti, her son Sam, and their experience with services for pregnant women who use drugs in Berlin.

Now and Then – Psychedelic Science 2017

How does the first wave of psychedelic research and science from the 1940s and 50s compare to what is ongoing today worldwide? 2017 saw the biggest international psychedelic conference that has ever taken place. Watch the video produced by the Mexican members of our global video network!

Without Shift: Harm Reduction After Global Fund in Serbia

Serbia stopped being eligible for funding from the Global Fund, which resulted in the closure of harm reduction programs around the country. Our movie gives you a glimpse of the desperate situation faced by injecting drug users in Serbia, and also explores the consequences of the closure of needle exchange programs in Belgrade, whilst trying to assess the current situation in the country!

Cannabis in Italy: Between Criminalisation and Legalisation

“The question is no longer whether cannabis will be legalized, but when.” Watch this 3 minutes animated video clip produced by a member of our global video network, CILD, explaining why cannabis should be legalized in Italy!

People Who Use Drugs Clean-up Their Neighbourhood In Slovakia

“We wanted to show to the whole neighbourhood that people who use drugs are not indifferent and have a great power to do great things. It is only a matter of opportunity.” Odysseus, a Slovakian harm reduction NGO uses video advocacy to reach out local communities.

We Need Room for Change!

Drugreporter, in cooperation with seven other NGOs, proudly presents the new international campaign Room for Change—because we need to change the way we respond to urban drug problems.

Fight HIV, Not Drug Users!

A new movie by Dhojo Wahengbam on the severe rights violations committed against people who use drugs in Manipur.

Sharing of injecting equipment by people who use drugs leads to infections, such as Hepatitis C or HIV. Discarded needles on the streets are not welcomed by people who live in the area. The solution does not lie in the hands of the police – arresting people who use drugs does not reduce the number of drug users, but pushes them to use in a more risky way, and to discard their needles as soon as possible. The old ways of fighting drug problems don’t work. This is a campaign to find new solutions – to provide room for change. Participant cities: Athens, Belgrade, Bratislava, Bucharest, Budapest, Lisbon, Sofia and Warsaw.


The New EU Drug Agency Seeks Stronger Partnership with Civil Society

By Péter Sárosi | April 29, 2024

The EU’s drug monitoring agency organised a meeting with civil society in Lisbon to discuss future cooperation outlined in its new mandate. Read this short report from the meeting by Marie Nougier (IDPC) and Peter Sarosi!

Cooperation for effective drug policies: The role of regional civil society mechanisms in realizing joint commitments | CND 2024

By István Gábor Takács | April 29, 2024

Watch the session at the 67th CND, organised by the he African Union Commission with the support of the UNODC Civil Society Unit, the Africa Civil Society Forum on Drugs, the European Union Civil Society Forum on Drugs, the POS Foundation, the Slum Child Foundation and the Vienna NGO Committee on Drugs.

Exploring Legal Regulations in Europe

By Péter Sárosi | March 29, 2024

Civil society activists and decision makers discuss new drug policies that address the emerging drug policy challenges in Europe, and the importance of facilitating a broader public conversation on these matters. Our video presents a side event at the 67th UN Commission on Narcotic Drugs (CND).

In this section Drugreporter provides regular updates about resources and news on how harm reduction service providers respond to the COVID-19 Epidemic.