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Our research sets out why drug policy needs to change, and what legal regulation should look like.
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Challenges For a World Where Drugs Are Legally Regulated.
Cannabis legalisation in Canada – One year on.
Hitting heroin and crack markets: Funding heroin assisted treatment through increased proceeds of crime act money.
‘County lines’ drug supply – Exploiting the young and vulnerable; enriching organised crime.
How to Regulate Cannabis: A Practical Guide.
After the War on Drugs: Blueprint for Regulation.
Will drug use rise? Exploring a key concern about decriminalising or regulating drugs.
Cannabis Regulation and the UN Drug Treaties: Strategies for Reform.
The Alternative World Drug Report, 2nd edition.
Debating Drugs: How to Make the Case for Legal Regulation.
Count the Costs.
Count The Costs: Causing Deforestation and Pollution.
Count The Costs: Harming, not protecting, young people.
Count The Costs: Promoting stigma and discrimination.
Count the Costs: Undermining Development and Security, Fuelling Conflict.
Count The Costs: Undermining peace and security.
Count The Costs: Wasting billions and undermining economies.
Count The Costs: Threatening public health, spreading disease and death.
Count The Costs: Undermining Human Rights.
Count The Costs: Creating Crime, Enriching Criminals.
The War on Drugs: Are We Paying Too High A Price?
The War on Drugs: Options and Alternatives.
Decriminalisation of people who use drugs: Reducing harm, improving health, helping the vulnerable and releasing resources.
Drug Consumption Rooms: Saving lives, making communities safer.
Drug Safety Testing: Saving lives, increasing awareness.
Heroin Assisted Treatment (HAT): Saving lives, improving health, reducing crime.
Scottish Drug Policy Reform: Keeping vulnerable people safer by putting health first.
Dealing with Spice: Why more enforcement won’t help.
A Comparison of the Cost-effectiveness of Prohibition and Regulation of Drugs.
Cannabis policy in the Netherlands: moving forwards not backwards.
Cannabis regulation in Colorado: early evidence defies the critics.
Cannabis social clubs in Spain: legalisation without commercialisation.
Drug decriminalisation in Portugal: setting the record straight.
Drug policy in Sweden: a repressive approach that increases harm.
Heroin-assisted treatment in Switzerland: successfully regulating the supply and use of a high-risk injectable drug.
Turkey’s opium trade: successfully transitioning from illicit production to a legally regulated market.
Ending the War on Drugs: How to Win the Global Drug Policy Debate.
Quantity thresholds for drug possession and supply offences.
International treatment standards. A background briefing from Transform & MUCD.
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