The video of the side event at the 65th session of the Commission on Narcotic Drugs dell'ONU co-organizef by Forum Droghe.
Fuoriluogo in english
International webinar for the 60th anniversary of the UN's Single Convention on narcotic drugs.
In Italy the documentary on San Patrignano community has started a wide debate on drugs. A lot has changed from the '80's and '90's: the fight for de-crimininalization of drug use has won support, harm reduction is now part of the public drug policies, a significant part of Italians agree on cannabis legalization. But the current debate shows also that there is a “long shadow” of those years: drug use paradigm, PWUD stigma and human rights violation didn't change in public opinion, and in political and mass media discourse.
The most part of Italian PWUD have been able to cope with the pandemic and the first lockdown adopting effective strategies both regarding their drug use and the Covid19 prevention. Susanna Ronconi, Forum Droghe (Italy) on the findings from four researches conducted by a network of CSOs during the lockdown.
As a result of civil society mobilization, the Health Ministry suspended last week the restrictive and anti-scientific decree on CBD.
Harvey Slade write on Transform blog about lessons learned about the legalization of cannabis in North America.
The Impact of the COVID-19 Crisis on People Who Use Drugs and Harm Reduction in Europe
Prepared for presentation (Canapa terapeutica: La scienza e la legge. Seminario con Lester Grinspoon) on September 26, 2006 at Salle delle Conferenze, Palazzo Marini, via Poli 19, Camera dei Deputati.
UN World Drug Report shows flourishing global drug market but remains silent on policy failures and human rights abuses