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#PeersInThePandemic Demand 1 – Declare Harm Reduction as Essential

9 – 13 NOVEMBER We demand that states firmly declare support for harm reduction programmes by declaring these services as essential, ensuring they remain open during lockdowns, and directing public health funding towards the maintenance, delivery and expansion of services. Download social media graphics for this week here. Hashtag… Read More »#PeersInThePandemic Demand 1 – Declare Harm Reduction as Essential

Out in the cold: Community-led services abandoned as donor funding declines in Kyrgyzstan

22 OCTOBER, 2020 Смотрите здесь для русского. In January of 2019 Kyrgyzstan, already facing declining donor funding for the HIV response, had the services of their three community-led, non-governmental organisations (NGOs) put to an end due to the cease of funding from the country’s Global Fund (GF) programme. This… Read More »Out in the cold: Community-led services abandoned as donor funding declines in Kyrgyzstan

Taking Back What’s Ours! A documented history of the movement of people who use drugs

21 September 2020 From July through September 2020, as part of HIV2020 Online, INPUD and Rights Reporter Foundation released an original ten-part film series – Taking Back What’s Ours! An oral history of the movement of people who use drugs – featuring the stories, histories and reflections of drug user advocates around… Read More »Taking Back What’s Ours! A documented history of the movement of people who use drugs

Joint submission to the UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention by INPUD, Recovering Nepal and the Indian Drug Users Forum

15 JUNE 2020 The International Network of people who Use Drugs (INPUD), Recovering Nepal (RN), and the Indian Drug Users Forum (IDUF) were pleased to hear the Working Group on Arbitrary Detention is compiling a study on Arbitrary Detention related to drug policies. In response to… Read More »Joint submission to the UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention by INPUD, Recovering Nepal and the Indian Drug Users Forum