INPUD members are regional networks of people who use drugs and the International Network of Women who Use Drugs (INWUD). Together we work to achieve the common aims and objectives in the Vancouver Declaration and our Consensus Statement on Drug Use under Prohibition – Health, Human Rights and the Law.
African Network of People who Use Drugs (AfricaNPUD)
AfricaNPUD is a forum for African people who use drugs. Their objectives are to promote evidence-based research on harm reduction and human rights issues affecting drug users in Africa, including people living with HIV.
European Network of People who Use Drugs (EuroNPUD)
Since 2011, EuroNPUD has challenged the widespread discrimination and marginalisation of people who use drugs throughout the European Union, acting collectively on issues of political and social importance.
International Network of Women who Use Drugs (INWUD)
INWUD aims to address the specific needs and rights of women who use drugs and women living with HIV by providing a women-only safe space for engaging in global advocacy with stakeholders.
Latin American Network of People who Use Drugs (LANPUD)
LANPUD is an organisation of people who use drugs in Latin America and the Caribbean serving as a support and regional reference point to influence public policies for the elimination of stigma, discrimination and criminalisation.
Middle East and North Africa Network of People who Use Drugs (MENANPUD)
MENANPUD is a support group of activists from the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region that raises the voice of people who use drugs and empowers them to advocate for their rights.
Network of Asian People who Use Drugs (NAPUD)
www.napud.org (under construction)
NAPUD is a regional drug user network active across eleven Asian countries with a mission to build a strong sustained voice of Asian people who use drugs and end the criminalisation, marginalisation, stigma and discrimination of people who use drugs.