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September 2018

This is the first community-driven evaluation of the outcomes of Portugal’s decriminalisation of people who use drugs. Introduced in 2001, Portugal’s model of decriminalisation has been hugely influential and is frequently referred to as an example of legislative reform that has improved public health, social order, and the health and wellbeing of people who use drugs. This document builds on INPUD’s Consensus Statement on Drug Use Under... Read More

31 August 2018

International Overdose Awareness Day: Remembering Dan Bigg

Today is International Overdose Awareness Day. Today, we strive to raise awareness of drug overdose; we strive to end these tragic deaths. We mourn the tragic and untimely passing of Dan Bigg, the founder and Executive Director of the Chicago Recovery Alliance. Dan was a pioneering force behind take-home... Read More

July 2018

Guidance For International And Regional Actors Responding To Acute Violence Against Key Populations

As the violence directed at members of key populations most affected by HIV — gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men; people who inject drugs; sex workers; and transgender people — intensifies and becomes “acute” in many parts of the globe, this brief offers guidance to international and regional actors who... Read More