Norway claims to have a progressive drug policy – but does it really? Our guest author from NORML Norway thinks otherwise.
ONEJ, a Slovenian cannabis reform NGO, has published a report on the criminalisation of cannabis users in Slovenia – a country which will soon see its first legal supervised injection room. The report also highlights the need to reform the country's drug laws!
Inside Luxembourg's drug consumption room – read the story of our guest author about drug policies in one of the smallest but most interesting countries of Europe.
Progress should not cause us to lose sight of our core values. Please watch our video and read our article about the 2015 International Drug Policy Reform Conference, which was held in Washington DC between 18-21 November!
Watch and share the speeches captured at the opening session of the International Drug Policy Reform Conference in Washington DC, 19th of November, 2015.
A speech delivered by the Director of the Drug Policy Alliance at the opening session of the International Drug Policy Reform Conference in Washington DC.
Ohio voters did not reject the legal regulation of cannabis – they only rejected one particular form of legalisation. We think they were wise to do so.
Please watch our video interview with a Catalan cannabis activist, about how political attitudes to cannabis are changing in Spain.
During the last few months in Poland, cannabis has been receiving a good deal of attention. This is a result of a few events – both positive and negative – which have placed the issue of cannabis regulation in the mainstream media limelight.
The Polish parliament recently pushed through a series of amendments – mostly relating to new psychoactive substances – to the country's law on counteracting drug addiction. Read about the Polish politicians’ total contempt for the opinion of civil society, as well as for evidence-based drug policy.