Improving policy & human rights of people who use drugs

Harm reduction is still controversial in many countries. People have misconceptions about the pragmatic interventions and often believe drug use is encouraged. To make local community members understand harm reduction, a lot of talking and explaining might be needed.

How do you approach the subject of drug use with local authorities and policy makers? How do you get neighbours, religious leaders and family members on board with your programme? And how can you contribute to improve the human rights of people who use drugs? We offer advice, training and consultancy to police, judges, community and religious leaders. We assist local NGO’s to build strong networks in support of their work and to help them advocate for harm reduction and policy change.

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