PSMG: Reducing Opioid Use Disorder and Overdose in the United States: Model Development and Policy Analysis
Liverpool John Moores University look forward to welcoming you to our webinar presenting findings from the NIHR-Policy Research Programme funded AMOUNT project (A mixed methods investigation of the individual, sociocultural, and societal factors that underlie the recent increase in substance use among young people to inform policy).
CND Intersessional meeting - Thematic session on the implementation of all international drug policy commitments following up to the 2019 Ministerial Declaration (October 2023)
The Commission holds annual sessions for the duration of one week in the first half of the year, as well as one-day reconvened sessions at the end of each year to consider administrative and budgetary matters. The Commission has a maximum number of eight working days for its session, pursuant to Economic and Social Council resolution 1991/39.
The International Drug Policy Reform Conference is back from October 18-21, 2023, in Phoenix, Arizona. Save the date!
The Reform Conference is the world’s premier gathering of drug policy reformers to learn about drug policy and to strategise about ending the drug war and to mobilise reform to begin building a new world where health, equity, and human rights are front and centre, not punishment.
Building on CDP’s previous conferences, which have opened up questions of how drugs are problematised; how the complexity of drug use can be attended to; how drug use might be understood as an event, assemblage or phenomenon; how drugs and their effects are constituted in various forms of practice and interactions/intra-actions, and how we might rethink change.
INEBRIA are pleased to announce that the 19th INEBRIA conference will take place in Greensboro, North Carolina, USA, on September 28-29, 2023 (pre-conference on the 27th).
The main conference theme is “Optimizing Brief Interventions for a New Era: From Research to Practice and Policy”.