We looked at the Human Rights Watch World Report to analyse how drug policies led to human rights abuses in the past year.
Most drug using behaviours can increase the risks of Covid-19 transmission – whether you are smoking a joint, snorting cocaine, or injecting heroin – but basic precautions can reduce these risks.
The newly released review into the UK's Drug Policy by Dame Carol Black provides a damning picture of drug policy failures.
Transform recently partnered with the University of Bristol and the University of the West of England to host a series of events showcasing the diverse range of work being done around drugs and drug policy in the city.
In September 2019. twenty-five experts met at St George's House to discuss drug policy. The report from that consultation set outs some key principles for reform.
Today’s election result has changed the political landscape. It may seem to be all about Brexit, but once the dust has settled, the new government is going to have to get back to the business of addressing the deep, underlying social problems this country faces. Like it or not, one of those issues must be drug policy.
Press Release For immediate release 26th November 2019 Illegal drug markets in Europe spiralling out of control Europol and the European Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction have [...]
With less than three weeks until the general election on 12 December, most of the main UK political parties have now published their manifestos. We’ve gone through them to highlight where those parties stand on drug policy.
On the anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, we look at how prohibition fails to protect children
Hitting Heroin and Crack Markets: Funding Heroin Assisted Treatment through increased Proceeds of Crime Act Money.
One of the barriers to Heroin Assisted Treatment is a lack of funding. In this briefing we explain how to seed-fund HAT using the Proceeds of Crime Act (POCA).