Items tagged with 2005 CND debate

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Flexibility of treaty provisions [20.02.2008] In a confidential and authoritative memorandum to the INCB, UNODC legal experts argue that most harm reduction measures are in fact acceptable under ...
Open letter to CND [20.02.2008] We respectfully urge you to support syringe exchange, opiate substitution treatment and other harm reduction approaches demonstrated to reduce HIV ri...
Washington Post Editorial on UN and harm reduction [20.02.2008] The Bush administration is quietly extending a policy that undermines the global battle against AIDS. The State Department's new leadership needs to e...
UN: conflicting views on harm reduction [18.02.2008] Conflicting views and policies within the UN system on harm reduction have become a major concern. Consistency in messages is crucial especially wher...
Resources [01.02.2008] Other resources on the United Nations and Harm Reduction
The UN and Harm Reduction - Revisited [01.04.2005] The US pressure on the UNODC to withdraw support from needle exchange and other harm reduction approaches backfired at the 48th session of the CND in...
The United Nations and Harm Reduction [01.03.2005] In March 2005 the UN Commission on Narcotic Drugs (CND) will meet in Vienna. The confrontation between zero-tolerance ideologists and harm reduction ...

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