This publication is intended to serve as an introductory reference, outlining the options available to States that are in line with the international drug control conventions and other relevant international instruments.
Chile has one of the highest rates of alcohol use per capita in the Americas. Policy to reduce alcohol-related harm is often up against resistance from alcohol industry, policymakers and the public.
This review, published in the Journal of Addiction, provides an analysis of enacted and proposed laws of national alcohol policies in Chile.
This paper reviews the international evidence on approaches to drug law reform, focussing on case studies from Australia, Canada, Denmark, Portugal and The Netherlands.
It seeks to support the ongoing development of innovative approaches to reducing drug harms, by identifying the impact of interventions abroad and situating them within their legal context
The Maldives Drug Act provides an overview and guidance on the prevention of use and trafficking of drugs.
The publication also provides information for people who are addicted to drugs that will support them in accessing appropriate treatment that includes safe reintegration back into the community.
Finally, the Drug Act addresses the legal implications of the misuse of drugs in the Maldives.