What if your life is so bad that low quality new synthetic drugs are the best part of it?
Peter Sarosi is human rights activist and drug policy expert, the founder and editor of the Drugreporter website since 2004, the author of hundreds of articles, co-author of books and director of films about harm reduction and drug policy reform. In 2017 he received the International Rolleston Award for outstanding achievement in international harm reduction advocacy. He was the Director of the Drug Policy Program at the Hungarian Civil Liberties Union between 2004 and 2015. He is experienced in working at international drug policy forums such as the Commission on Narcotic Drugs. He was elected to the Core Group of the EU Civil Society Forum on drugs two times. He is the co-chair of the Eurasian Harm Reduction Network. He has been representing the Hungarian Harm Reduction Network at the government’s drug advisory body in Hungary since 2007. Peter also contributed to building a network of advocacy NGOs in Europe: the European Drug Policy Initiative. He provided technical assistance to several NGOs, launched several campaigns on drug policy reform. As a member of the Drugreporter video advocacy team he produced videos about drug policy issues in several countries of the world. These videos are now part of a unique online drug policy video library.