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Side event: Licit uses of the coca leaf

Organised by the Open Society Institute with the support of Colombia, the Centro de Estudios de Derecho, Justicia y Sociedad and Elementa DDHH Diego Garcia, Open Society Foundations. I am lucky to be here today with a number of experts on the coca leaf issue. Here we want to imagine a future with coca. ⁠Andrés …

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Side event: Ending overreliance on punishment: Decriminalisation and prison decongestion as key goals of drug policy reform

Organized by the POS Foundation with the support of Czechia, Ghana, Paraguay, Switzerland, the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS, the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, the World Health Organization, the United Nations Development Programme, the Centro de Estudios de Derecho, Justicia y Sociedad, the International Drug Policy Consortium, the …

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Side event: Drug policy and human rights: Perspectives from Latin America

(Event in Spanish) Pablo Cymermarn, Intercambios A.C.:  Llevamos organizando este evento hace  muchos años. Desde que los eventos satélites han sido promovidos en la CND. Este evento está también apoyado por FIOCRUZ, INNPD, PBPD, REDUC, ACEID, IDPC, HRI, International Indigenous Drug Policy Alliance. Victoria Darraidu, CELS: Sobre el escenario argentino, es relevante mencionar la persistencia …

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Side event: Unveiling injustice: Exploring the human rights impact of drug policies in Central and Eastern Europe and Central Asia region

Organised by the Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights with the support of Amnesty International, the Eastern and Central European and Central Asian Commission on Drug Policy, the Eurasian Harm Reduction Association, Harm Reduction International and the International Drug Policy Consortium Magdalena Dąbkowska, Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights. I have the pleasure to moderate this event. …

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Side event: Moving towards drug policy that improves well-being and aligns with Indigenous knowledge and practice

Organized by New Zealand Drug Foundation with the support of Australia, Canada, OHCHR, IDPC, Harm Reduction International, Open Society Foundations, the Aboriginal Drug and Alcohol Council, the International Indigenous Drug Policy Alliance, Te Rau Ora and the Thunderbird Partnership Foundation of Canada Speakers: Gilbert Taurua, Moderator, Aotearoa (New Zealand) Tracey Potiki, Aotearoa (New Zealand) Dr …

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