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 effectively fight very restrictive drug policies.
Is Georgia’s drug policy a rejection of repression? Drug-related issues are a complex and ambiguous topic in modern day Georgia. The legislation of the country that regulates drug policy and its strict implementation for many years causes heavy and unjustified harm to drug users and their families.
Our new movie provides an insight into the state of harm reduction in Eastern Europe: A struggle for survival in a time of economic austerity.
Watch and share our movie to raise awareness on the human rights consequences of the global war on drugs! Read more >>
There is no consistency in our policies on drugs – says Ruth Dreifuss, the former president of the Swiss Federation
Read the report and watch our movie on the harms of the insane drug legislation in Georgia