18 February, 2021 Much of the research which informs policy and decision making systemically excludes communities and key populations such as people who use drugs, people who live on the streets, transgender people, sex workers and men who have sex with men. Narratives which inform… Read More »Taking the Lead: Addressing the Critical Role of Communities in Research
11 June 2019 Chemsex is an emerging term that refers to the use of certain drugs in the context of sex. It is a term associated with a number of communities of gay and bisexual men, the clubbing and club drug scenes, and the fetish… Read More »Chemsex: A Case Study of Drug-Userphobia
12 April, 2021 Pусский | Español | Français Over the past decade there have been increasing claims that the world is moving towards a critical turning point in international drug policy, based on a growing recognition that governments must consider alternative approaches to drug policy which include decriminalisation. While… Read More »Drug Decriminalisation: Progress or Political Red Herring?
27 August, 2021 Pусский | Français | Español A summary report of our key findings from this study can be found here.Pусский | Français | Español In 2021 INPUD collaborated with the World Health Organization (WHO) Department for Global HIV, Hepatitis and STI Programmes on a global qualitative study examining the values and preferences of key populations,… Read More »Key Populations’ Values and Preferences for HIV, Hepatitis and STI services: A Qualitative Study