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Voices of Recovery Workshops

Recovering Justice believe that one of the biggest barriers to getting into and maintaining any kind of positive life change are the current drug policies. Drug use should be treated as a health and human rights issue rather than a criminal justice one. The war on drugs has been a war on people who use drugs, their families and communities. Continue reading “Voices of Recovery Workshops”

Peaceful Solutions to the War on Drugs: Collective Voices from the Frontlines

Panel discussion followed by open debate with Recovering Justice, Anyone’s Child: Families for Safer Drug Control, Transform, The Scottish Recovery Consortium (SRC), Release, and Leap UK Continue reading “Peaceful Solutions to the War on Drugs: Collective Voices from the Frontlines”

How Do We Help Create Peace After The War On Drugs?

Panel Presentation and Questions from the Audience with Chief Constable Mike Barton, Kirstie Douse, Fiona Gilbertson, Suzanne Sharkey, and Jane Slater Continue reading “How Do We Help Create Peace After The War On Drugs?”

Scottish Drug Policy Reform; Keeping Vulnerable People Safer by Putting Health First: Transform

The UK Government has made it clear it will not change its drugs policy – regardless of the evidence. Regardless of the record numbers of people dying as a result. Continue reading “Scottish Drug Policy Reform; Keeping Vulnerable People Safer by Putting Health First: Transform”