We launch international and national campaigns, focussed on changing drug policies and promoting harm reduction. Most of our campaigns address one of the most outdated global systems, the international drug control system.
After the closure of the largest needle and syringe program in Budapest, we launched a campaign to promote harm reduction and engage in a dialogue with local residents who were concerned about street drug use
This campaign, launched in eight European cities, aimed to educate the public about alternatives to punitive urban drug policies
This campaign was initiated by Transform Drug Policy Foundation, to urge governments to undertake a transparent evaluation of the 50 years of drug prohibition; we created thematic videos to depict the costs of the global drug war
This campaign aimed to raise awareness on the real beneficiaries of the global drug war: the criminal organisations, who are interested in keeping drug illegal
We launched this campaign in 2009, to mobilise people to question the prohibitionist drug policies of the United Nations, by sending emails to the UN Office on Drugs and Crime
Our latest Blog posts:
- How the Hungarian Government is Undermining EU Action Against LukashenkoWhile the rest of Europe watched with horror as Alexander Lukashenko unleashed unprecedented terror on its own people, the Hungarian government helped him to stabilize his power.
- How the Ruling Party Keeps a Firm Grip on Power in HungaryWhy do so many Hungarians keep voting for the ruling party, Fidesz? Political analysts have been trying to find the answer to this question for several years. There are multiple explanations, some […]