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Transform Drug Policy Foundation.

Transform works to reduce drug-related harms through evidence-based reforms to policy and practice.

 

We believe that current drug laws damage everyone in society, especially the most vulnerable.  

 

We want to see a world in which drugs are regulated effectively, risks are reduced, and policy promotes health and social justice. 

Transform at Work

Anyone’s Child Campaign.

Families calling for legal regulation

Count the Costs Campaign.

Who pays the real price for prohibition?

International Action.

Taking evidence to the top

Drug Consumption Room Canada

Local Reforms.

Reducing drug harms locally & regionally.

Publications.

Our extensive library of books and briefings sets out the global research on drug policy, including our flagship publication, ‘After the War on Drugs: Blueprint for Regulation’.

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Transform’s 5 Models of regulation.

Doctor.

Medical prescriptions – for registered users of drugs such as injectable heroin

Specialist Pharmacists.

Sales to registered adult users – for drugs such as amphetamine, powder cocaine and MDMA

Licensed Retailers.

Sales to adult users for drugs such as cannabis

Licensed Premises.

Sale and consumption for adult users – similar to Dutch ‘coffee shops’ – for drugs such as cannabis

Unlicensed Premises.

Sale of lower-risk products such as caffeinated drinks and coca tea

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Videos.

Recent Tweets

'America’s Drug War Is Ruining the World'

How a half-century of Washington’s harsh drug prohibition policies has brought misery to millions across the globe.'

Alfred McCoy writing in @thenation https://t.co/oayp6O8P0N

'America’s Drug War Is Ruining the World'

How a half-century of Washington’s harsh drug prohibition policies has brought misery to millions across the globe.'

Alfred McCoy writing in @thenation https://t.co/oayp6O8P0N

Its time to regulate cocaine and MDMA

Extended interview I did with Australian criminal law firm @sydcrimlawyers

https://t.co/qrKsuyLpGO

Colorodo looks to decriminalize the personal use and personal possession of psilocybin mushrooms. #decrim cc: @TransformDrugs
@germanrlopez for @Vox https://t.co/eKAq3yJRtk

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CONTACT US

  • 9-10 King Street, Bristol, BS1 4EQ
  • 0117 325 0295
  • info@tdpf.org.uk