education-advocacy

Resources for Our Advocates

Our mission is all about bringing communities and our stakeholders together to ensure that families and individuals everywhere have a fair chance at a happy and healthy life. Advocacy is about self-empowerment by learning about the relevant issues in drug policy reform. Here is a list of resources in the areas related to drug policy reform that FSDP is actively promoting through its projects and related events:

RESOURCES FOR OUR ADVOCATES 2016

 

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The Influence: A daily news site covering drugs, habits and all the related responses, politics, science and cultures

Overdose Prevention

United States Policy

Global Policy

The Road to UNGASS 2016…In 2016, there will be a United Nations General Assembly Special Session (UNGASS) held in New York, dedicated to the issue of drug policy. The International Drug Policy Consortium (IDPC) is a global network of more than 120 civil society organisations that come together to promote objective and open debates on national and international drug policies. This document outlines the five main “asks” that the Consortium members will collectively call for between now and 2016

https://www.unodc.org/documents/ungass2016/Contributions/Civil/IDCP/UNGASS-asks_External_09-2014_ENGLISH.pdf

  • Scott Kellogg
  • Andrew Tatarsky
  • Stanton Peele
  • Maia Szalavitz
reality-based-education

More from Jeremy:


More Resources

The Influence: A daily news site covering drugs, habits and all the related responses, politics, science and cultures

Overdose Prevention

United States Policy

Global Policy

The Road to UNGASS 2016…In 2016, there will be a United Nations General Assembly Special Session (UNGASS) held in New York, dedicated to the issue of drug policy. The International Drug Policy Consortium (IDPC) is a global network of more than 120 civil society organisations that come together to promote objective and open debates on national and international drug policies. This document outlines the five main “asks” that the Consortium members will collectively call for between now and 2016

https://www.unodc.org/documents/ungass2016/Contributions/Civil/IDCP/UNGASS-asks_External_09-2014_ENGLISH.pdf

  • Scott Kellogg
  • Andrew Tatarsky
  • Stanton Peele
  • Maia Szalavitz