Published in: openDemocracyUKPolitical interference and finger-pointing don’t make for sensible drug policies
Prohibition – and politicians’ hypocrisy - are lethal. It’s time for a healthier approach.
Published in: TransformationWhy shouldn't heroin addicts be punished?
Drug users should get the help they need before they die.
The war on drug users' families
"While the drug laws did not stop my sons from getting into drugs, they certainly went a long way to stop them from...
Published in: openDemocracyUKRevisiting drug policy with toilet paper
Drug prohibition is not only costly, but violence inducing and ineffective. Is it not time to look to scrap the...
How Chicago said yes to pot
The sudden passage of the law is the latest example of the absurdity surrounding marijuana policies and politics—an...
A quiet revolution: drug decriminalisation policies in practice across the globe
The main aim of the report was to look at the existing research on twenty countries to establish whether the...
Janusz Palikot’s ‘Cannabis Stunt’ Overshadowed a More Complex Debate about Drug Policy Reform in Poland
Palikot’s symbolic gesture played into the hands of a media that is eager to demonize the decriminalization...