After UNGASS (UN General Assembly special session on drugs, 2016)

After UNGASS (UN General Assembly special session on drugs, 2016)

The 2016 UNGASS meeting and its preparatory activities attracted much attention and energy from the drug policy field. It provided an opportunity for governments and civil society actors to reflect on the impacts of the international conventions on illegal drugs and whether the earlier emphasis on creating a drug-free world is being in any way moved towards or, alternatively, whether it remains relevant and realistic.

A turning point for UK drug policy: opportunity or stasis,After UNGASS – where do governments go from here?,In this issue.,International drug policy – health before politics,Losing UNGASS? Lessons from civil society, past and present,Reflection on the UN general assembly special session on drugs - one year on,Refocusing metrics: can the sustainable development goals help break the ‘metrics trap’ and modernise international drug control policy?,The influence of global players on the drug control system: an analysis of the role of the Russian Federation

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