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March 2019

INPUD's statement for the 62nd Session of the CND emphasises that the way forward must be defined by a commitment to the inalienable human rights and dignity of people who use drugs. This cannot be suspended in the pursuit of a “drug-free” world. Under the principle of common and shared responsibility, we remind member states of their human rights obligations under international law. Finally, in safe-guarding the future, the critical role of... Read More

March 2019

As individuals and networks of people of use drugs, the International Network of People who use Drugs (INPUD), Asian Network of People who use Drugs (ANPUD), Eurasian Network of People who use Drugs (ENPUD), European Network of People who use Drugs (EuroNPUD) and PLHIV communities (GNP+) have written to urge member states convening at the Ministerial segment of the 62nd session of the CND 2019, who are setting out the next decade of drug... Read More

November 2018

Societal stigma and punitive legal frameworks often severely impede key populations’ rights to raise families free from interference and discrimination. The experiences of key population groups (gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men, people who use drugs, sex workers, and transgender people) are diverse, and are informed by varying levels of criminalisation, stigma and discrimination, and individual factors such as socioeconomic... Read More