Legalizing from within the lion's den

Legalize brand new board member Aleksi Hupli participated as a civil society representative at the 63rd session of the Commission on Narcotic Drugs (CND) held in the beginning of March in Vienna, Austria.

 

The following list below are from side-events Aleksi participated and video-recorded. You can find detailed information on the content of the side-events together with what was going at the same time in the general meeting at the CND blog organised by International Drug Policy Consortium; http://cndblog.org/theme/side-events/ 

 

During this years CND Aleksi also helped Drugreporter who produced these 4 short videos about recent developments in global drug policies; https://drogriporter.hu/en/4-short-videos-about-recent-developments-in-global-drug-policies/








  1. HEALTH RESPONSES TO THE OPIOID POISONING CRISIS: ON-THE-GROUND EXPERIENCES AND INTERNATIONAL IMPLICATIONS

Organized by the Government of Canada, the Canadian Association of People who Use Drugs, the Canadian Drug Policy Coalition, the Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network, the Centre on Drug Policy Evaluation and the International Drug Policy Consortium

 

  1. SHOULD POLICE BE LEADING REFORM? DIVERSION SCHEMES, DECRIMINALIZATION AND DRUG CONSUMPTION ROOMS

Organized by Law Enforcement Action Partnership UK and Law Enforcement Action Partnership US

 

  1. AMPHETAMINES: CURRENT AND FUTURE INNOVATIONS IN POLICY, HARM REDUCTION AND REGULATION

Organized by the Transform Drug Policy Foundation

 

  1. FROM THEORY TO PRACTICE: DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE EVIDENCE-BASED PREVENTION STRATEGIES

Organized by the Government of the Netherlands

  1. HUMAN RIGHTS: QUALITY IN FORENSIC SCIENCE MATTERS

Organized by the Government of Finland and the UNODC Laboratory and Scientific Section

 

  1. TRANSFORMATION OF OPIUM POPPY ECONOMIES: CRISES, BOOMS AND FUTURE OF DRUG POLICIES

Organized by, Open Society Foundations, Transform Drug Policy Foundation and Transnational Institute

 

  1. NEXT STEPS FOR DATA COLLECTION ON DRUGS: EXPERIENCES FROM UNITED NATIONS AGENCIES

Organized by the Governments of Mexico and Switzerland, Centro de Estudios Legales y Sociales, the European Union, the Global Drug Policy Observatory (Swansea University, United Kingdom), the International Drug Policy Consortium, the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, the United Nations Development Programme, and the World Health Organization

 

  1. GOOD PRACTICES IN CROSS-SECTORAL COOPERATION:CIVIL SOCIETY INVOLVEMENT IN POLICYMAKING IN EUROPE 

Organized by the Governments of Finland and Spain, the Civil Society Forum on Drugs in Europe, Correlation – European Harm Reduction Network, the European Union, Foreningen for Human Narkotikapolitikk, the International Drug Policy Consortium, the Rights Reporter Foundation, and Youth Organisations for Drug Action 

 

  1. EXPLORING THE REGULATION OF CANNABIS MARKETS IN LATIN AMERICA

Organized by Centro de Estudios Legales y Sociales, Elementa DDHH, México Unido Contra la Delincuencia, and the Washington Office on Latin America

 

 

  1. DRUG CRYPTO MARKETS BEYOND 2020: POLICY, ENFORCEMENT, HARM, AND RESILIENCE

Organized by the Government of the Netherlands, Asociación Bienestar y Desarollo (Energy Control), the Global Drug Policy Observatory and the International Drug Policy Consortium

 

  1. MYANMAR DRUG POLICY REFORM AND CIVIL SOCIETY PERSPECTIVE

Organized by the Government of Myanmar and the Transnational Institute

 

Link : https://drogriporter.hu/en/4-short-videos-about-recent-developments-in-global-drug-policies/



5 april 2020