Briefings and submissions

Ten Reasons Why Access to Controlled Medicines is an Issue for CND PDF document

16 March 2009

This fact sheet – one of three launched by Harm Reduction International, Human Rights Watch and the Open Society Institute – describes ten main reasons why the Commission on Narcotic Drugs (CND)… Read more

Network of Networks: Coherence Not Denial PDF document

11 March 2009

The ‘Network of Networks’ – an informal coalition of harm reduction networks from around the world – came together to create this brochure for the High-Level Segment of the 52nd Session of the UN… Read more

Ten Reasons Why the Human Rights Council Must Address Drug Policy PDF document

10 March 2009

This fact sheet – one of three launched by Harm Reduction International, Human Rights Watch and the Open Society Institute – describes ten main reasons why the Human Rights Council – and the UN… Read more

Harm Reduction Policy and Practice Worldwide PDF document

18 February 2009

In February 2009, Harm Reduction International produced a table which outlines harm reduction policy and practice worldwide. In this table, the information previously gathered for the Global State… Read more

Network of Networks: Resourcing Harm Reduction on a Global Basis PDF document

28 January 2009

The ‘Network of Networks’ – an informal coalition of harm reduction networks from around the world – came together to create this brochure for a meeting of key harm reduction donor organisations in… Read more

Harm Reduction International submission on harm reduction to the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights

25 November 2008

Last weeek, Harm Reduction International’s HR2 programme made a submission to the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights. The submission – entitled ‘Harm Reduction and Human Rights: The Global Response to Injection-Driven HIV Epidemics’ – was prepared following a call by the High Commissioner’s office for input in preparing a… Read more

Coercive drug treatment in China: Human Rights Watch, Harm Reduction International and Asia Catalyst submission to the UN Committee against Torture

06 October 2008

Human Rights Watch , the Harm Reduction International and Asia Catalyst have written to the UN Committee against Torture to raise concerns about possible cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment of people who use drugs in forced detoxification and re-education through labour centres. The submission was prepared ahead of the… Read more

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