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Webinar: Human Rights Violations against People who Use Drugs in Sub-Saharan Africa

28th June, 2022
13:00 CEST

Join the African Network of People who Use Drugs (AfricaNPUD) and INPUD on Tuesday, 28th June at 13:00 CEST for a webinar on human rights and people who use drugs in Sub-Saharan Africa.

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The COVID-19 pandemic highlighted structural inequalities which expanded human rights violations against people who use drugs in sub-Saharan Africa. Join AfricaNPUD, with speakers from the community as well as UNAIDS and IDPC, for the launch of a landmark report documenting this situation which can inform future drug laws and policies and enhance human rights advocacy among people who use drugs in Africa.

Facilitator: Jake Agliata
Policy and Communications Officer, INPUD

Richard Nininahazwe
Program Coordinator, African Network of People who Use Drugs

Christoforos Mallouris
Senior Adviser, Equality and Rights for All, UNAIDS

Happy Assan
Executive Director, Tanzania Network of People who Use Drugs

Rita Musa
National Secretary, Drug Harm Reduction and Advocacy Network Nigeria

Evon Mogere
Consultant & Author of AfricaNPUD Human Rights Report

Maria-Goretti Ane Loglo
African Consultant, International Drug Policy Consortium

Q&A to follow.