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May 2016

PMA Contaminated Ecstasy

The International Network of People who Use Drugs (INPUD) supports the initiative of Students for Sensible Drug Policy UK (SSDP UK) in providing drug testing kits and harm reduction information to students at Newcastle... Read More

April 2016

Addressing the Needs of Women Who Use Drugs

The UN General Assembly Special Session on the world’s drug problem comes at an opportune time. Multiple international bodies (including WHO, OHCHR, UNDP, UNAIDS, UNHCR, and UN Women) have already recognized the devastating impact of punitive drug policies on health, human rights, and development and called on member states to revise them. The UNGASS also follows a historic... Read More

April 2016

The UNGASS Outcome Document

In 2015, INPUD’s Drug User Peace Initiative[1] stated that 2016’s “UNGASS will not be like previous events: the topic of ending prohibition will be unavoidable.” Now, the International Network of People who Use Drugs (INPUD) emphasise that the is a real danger that those who are most... Read More