International Drug Policy Consortium

6 July 2009

IDPC is a global network of national and international NGOs that specialise in issues related to illegal and legal drug use. Its members have come together to pool knowledge and contacts to advocate for more humane and effective drug policies at national and international level. IDPC is TNI's main partner in the sense that all our other main partners are part of the consortium as well.

IDPC is a global network of national and international NGOs that specialise in issues related to illegal and legal drug use. Its members have come together to pool knowledge and contacts to advocate for more humane and effective drug policies at national and international level. IDPC is TNI's main partner in the sense that all our other main partners are part of the consortium as well.

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