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  1. Newsletter 21 August 2013

    21 August 2013
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    Our highlights of the past weeks

  2. Newsletter 14 February 2013

    14 February 2013
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    The newsletter for 14 February 2013

               
  3. quevivauruguay

    Summary of Drugs & Democracy Activities

    14 October 2013
    Press release

    On July 31st the House of Representatives of Uruguay voted in favour of the legal regulation of the domestic cannabis market, and in September the Obama administration decided not to challenge the state-level legalization of recreational marijuana use. For the global drug policy debate in general and on cannabis in particular, the 3rd quarter of this year marks an important moment in history when the change of course became irreversible. Other highlights include the appearance of the drugs issue on the agenda of the Colombian peace talks, the exploration of options for coca export markets and a possible lifting of the ban on kratom in Thailand.

  4. Newsletter 31 May 2013

    31 May 2013
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    Our highlights of the past 3 weeks

  5. colorado-marijuana

    Summary of Drugs & Democracy Activities

    15 January 2013
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    The last quarter of 2012 saw major steps in the direction of drug policy reform: In October, in a joint statement to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, Latin America presidents reiterated their challenge to the "war on drugs"...

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  6. cocachewing

    Summary of Drugs & Democracy Activities

    08 April 2013
    Article

    The most remarkable event of the first quarter of 2013 on drug policy and drug law reforms was definitely the readmission of Bolivia in the UN Single Convention of 1961. On January 11, 2013, most Parties to the Convention chose not to object to the reservation requested by Bolivia over its traditional uses of coca leaf. Of the 183 countries, only 15 objected to the reservation.

     

  7. oasreport

    Summary of Drugs & Democracy Activities

    08 July 2013
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    The main highlight in this 2nd quarter of 2013 was the release of the Organization of American States (OAS) reports analysing the current drugs situation in the hemisphere and outlining different scenarios for policy developments over the coming decade. The OAS Secretary General José Miguel Insulza presented the documents on May 17, 2013 in Bogotá  to Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos in a ceremony at the Casa de Nariño, the Presidential palace. TNI was represented in the OAS team mandated to elaborate the policy scenarios and was invited to the launch ceremony.

  8. Newsletter 7 March 2013

    08 March 2013
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    The newsletter of 7 March 2013