29 April, 2022 As a part of the Global Fund’s CRG Strategic Initiative, INPUD organized a Peer Technical Support Hub in April 2022 on the topic of the Global Fund Complaints Mechanism and how it works for communities. The webinar familiarises networks and communities of… Read More »Global Fund Complaints Mechanism: How can people who use drugs use it effectively?
28 April, 2022 An estimated thirteen thousand people use crack cocaine in the wider Paris region. Recently the police, who have been harassing the community over the last three decades, even built a wall to block people who use crack from the rest of society.… Read More »Video: The Wall of Shame – Why Crack Consumptions Rooms are Needed in Paris
29 April, 20222:30pm London Time As a part of the Global Fund’s CRG Strategic Initiative, INPUD is organizing a Peer Technical Support Hub on the topic of the GF Complaints Mechanism and how it works for the communities. Register for the webinar here: bit.ly/3xe7YwF The… Read More »Global Fund Complaints Mechanism: How can people who use drugs use it effectively?
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
13 April, 2021 ‘We Are the Evidence’: Community-Led Responses on Decriminalisation, Harm Reduction and COVID-19 is a discussion on why and how people who use drugs should be at the centre of advancing policy towards decriminalisation of drugs. INPUD, along with HIV Legal Network, UNAIDS… Read More »‘We are the Evidence’ – Community-led Responses on Decriminalisation, COVID-19 and Harm Reduction
24 May, 2021 The United Nations General Assembly 2021 High-Level Meeting on HIV/AIDS (HLM) will take place from 8-10 June 2021. This kind of meeting only occurs once every five years and is a critical opportunity for people who use drugs to push for policies… Read More »Why Should We Engage in the 2021 UN High-Level Meeting on HIV/AIDS? (Video)
8 June, 2021 The right to the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health of people who use drugs is interdependent and indivisible from a range of rights, including the right to non-discrimination and self-determination, the right to be free from arbitrary detention, violence… Read More »The Right to Rights: How do we get there for People who Use Drugs
15 July, 2021 As more countries move towards decriminalizing drug use and drug possession, it is crucial to listen and center the perspectives people who use drugs have on these policies. Without taking into consideration whether the needs of the people most impacted by criminalisation… Read More »Drug Decriminalisation: Progress or Political Red Herring? (Video)
Peers in the Pandemic: How Networks of People who Use Drugs Responded to the COVID-19 Pandemic (Video)
6 October, 2021 The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted life as we know it, forcing us to adjust to new realities under lockdown conditions that all too often left people who use drugs behind and at increased risk of harm as many of the health services we… Read More »Peers in the Pandemic: How Networks of People who Use Drugs Responded to the COVID-19 Pandemic (Video)