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). Available in video and podcast format as well!
An interview with Anton Basenko, chair of the Ukrainian Network of People Who Use Drugs
In Today’s episode: Changing attitudes in Australia. Life saving overdose prevention sites in New York. New Drug Strategy in the UK. Police commander faces stack for drug use. 4 men charged in Michael K. Williams case. Malta sets example of cannabis legalisation.
We are glad to present our new movie on why is it important to involve civil society in drug policy decision making, featuring the members of the EU’s Civil Society Forum on Drugs!
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.
The International Network of People Who Use Drugs and Drugreporter are glad to announce the winners of the #Morethan video contest!
More than 400 professionals and community activists gathered in Prague to take part in the 5th European Harm Reduction Conference.
The new German coalition government has announced its intention to legalise the use of cannabis and to create a strict regulatory system for the recreational cannabis market. There are few details known about how this system will operate in reality. We interviewed Georg Wurth, the chairman of the German Cannabis Association, to gain some insight into the political process.
Drug policy news from around the world!
The animated documentary is based on the true story of Kostya Proletarsky, a drug user and HIV activist who died as a result of mistreatment and torture at a Russian prison. The animation features original audio interviews with Kostya and his mother Irina, and aims to commemorate Kostya and many others who have not survived prisons around the world.