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Side Event: ‘We Are the Evidence’ – Community-Led Responses on Decriminalisation, Harm Reduction and COVID-19

Side event organized by the Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network, with the support of Norway, the International Network of People who Use Drugs (INPUD) and UNAIDS Moderator: Jake Agliata (Policy & Communications Officer, INPUD) Judy Chang (Executive Director, INPUD): INPUD are the global body representing people who use drugs, and we work to protect the health and defend …

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Side event: Voices from the left behind: Protecting the human rights of women who use drugs

Side event organised at the Reconvened 61st Session of the Commission on Narcotic Drugs, by the International Drug Policy Consortium, the International Network of People Who Use Drugs, the Women and Harm Reduction International Network, Canada, Mexico, Norway and Uruguay. Ambassador Alicia Buenrostro Massieu, Mexico (Moderator): Welcome to this side event. A couple of years …

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Side event: “Hepatitis C among people who use drugs – The global state and recommendations” is locked Hepatitis C among people who use drugs – The global state and recommendations

Judith Yates – IDHDP Annette Verster – WHO Torbjorn Brekke – Norway perspective Jean-Michel Tassie – French perspective Bikas Gurung ANPUD – PUDs perspective Celine Grillon, MDM – French NGO on drug policy The side event entitled “Hepatitis C among people who use drugs – the global state and recommendations” was chaired by Dr Judith …

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Side event: Collaboration between governments and civil society for new drug policies that prioritize health and communities

Organisers: International HIV/AIDS Alliance (IHAA), Harm Reduction International, International Drug Policy Consortium Bangyuan Wang, IHAA: Welcome Mr. Victor Okioma, Chief Executive Officer, NACADA, Kenya and Ms. Roli Bobe-George, Director, National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, Nigeria who are serving as chairpersons today. Our line-up of speakers have changed a bit, with Yan Soe not being able …

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