People who are addicted in Romania, especially the poor, receive little of the support they’d need to get better and are at a constant risk of overdose.
Since 2015 the LSE’s International Drug Policy Unit (IDPU) has been working with local partners the Ana Liffey Drug Project to help foster a new era of progressive drug policies in Ireland.
How the war on drugs was declared in Belarus – and what came out of it. Political Critique tried to find out whether the authoritarian government is effective in its crusade against prohibited substances.
We have to dive a little bit deeper to find the root causes of the opioid epidemic because only then will you have different solutions. Because there is not one solution, this crisis has multiple roots, therefore, it needs multiple responses.
The Polish Ministry of Health has decided to target ‘legal highs’ and it is doing it in the worst imaginable way.
With replacement therapy now illegal, drug users in Russian-occupied Crimea and the self-proclaimed republics of the Donbas are finding it hard to survive.
Their service reaches the most disadvantaged group among people who use drugs. Meet the team who runs mobile harm reduction services in Warsaw.