By prohibiting drugs that are increasingly in demand, an extremely lucrative market has been gifted to organised crime. This briefing exposes the exploitation of young and vulnerable people as a direct result of drug prohibition, through the ‘county lines’ drug supply phenomenon.
Danny Kushlick reflects on his 25 years at Transform ahead of leaving in October.
Labour is calling for a Royal Commission on drug law - we think there's a better approach.
Read our submission to the Scottish Affairs Committee inquiry into Problem Drug Use in Scotland here
Current drug policy is not just ineffective: it is cruel, and it increases social injustice
We are delighted to announce that Vicky Unwin has joined Transform as a trustee
Politicians are talking a lot about their drug use, but they should be talking about policy instead.
Enforcing drug law creates more problems than it solves
Drug consumption rooms are widespread in Canada. It's time for the UK to follow suit.
A new Home Office report shows clearly how criminal activity drives the violence associated with crack cocaine use.