Transform’s guide to regulating legal markets for the recreational use of cannabis. It is for policy makers, drug policy reform advocates and affected communities all over the world, who are [...]
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Our research sets out why drug policy needs to change, and what legal regulation should look like. You can download all our publications for free. Latest publications [...]
As of Wednesday 17th October 2018, Canadians can legally purchase cannabis for recreational use from licensed shops supplied by government regulated companies. Transform Drug Policy Foundation, advised the cannabis task [...]
The core argument made by opponents of legal regulation is that any regulated market for cannabis would inevitably fuel a significant rise in use and associated harms – particularly among [...]
Misunderstandings and misreporting of actual and proposed changes to Dutch cannabis policy in 2011 have led some opponents of cannabis reform to suggest the country is retreating from its longstanding [...]
Cannabis social clubs (CSCs) are private, non-profit organisations in which cannabis is collectively grown and distributed to registered members. With no profit motive to increase cannabis consumption or initiate new [...]
People have always used drugs. They always will. But drugs can be dangerous, and that danger is made worse by leaving the trade in the hands of criminal [...]