We are part of several international networks and run our own Drugreporter Video Advocacy Network and the European Drugpolicy Inititative.
We are members of the The Civil Society Forum on Drugs (CSFD) which is an expert group of the European Commission, advising decision makers on drug policies. The members of the Forum are selected by the Commission, based on their expertise and knowledge in the field, for a three year mandate. Learn more››
We established and coordinate the Drugreporter Video Advocacy Network, an international network of activists and filmmakers who are committed to producing films to promote drug policies based on evidence and human rights. This network facilitates the sharing of experiences and video footage among members. Most of the members of this network are alumni of our video training sessions, to whom we provide technical assistance and mini grants to produce videos. Learn more and watch videos produced by our network members››
Peer2Peer – The Peer2Peer project aims at the capacity-building of civil society organisations through the use of scientific knowledge to increase the efficacy of cooperation practices between key-actors in the outreach work. Learn more››
LEt’s Talk about drugs – new MEthods of communication with youth – We are part of an Erasmus+ project, which includes 8 European organisations with the aim of creating strong and empowering strategic partnerships, to change existing drug education situation in our countries. Learn more››
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 […]