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  1. Annual report 2006

    03 April 2007
    Annual report

    Breakthroughs on the public policy front were a major highlight of 2006 for TNI. At the hugely successful Enlazando Alternativas in Vienna, attended by over 1,500 delegates from Europe and Latin America, we had the presidents of Venezuela and Bolivia and the vice-president of Cuba join us for the final session, with follow up invitations from these and other Latin American governments to further dialogue.

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    Full report

    29 August 2006
    Article
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    INCB Annual Report

    17 November 2005
    Article
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    U.N. Drug Report Claims Crackdown Is Paying Off

    Jim Lobe
    26 June 2006
    In the media
  5. The Coca Debate

    Tom Blickman
    25 May 2008
    Article

    In March 2008, the International Narcotics Control Board (INCB) provoked outrage in Bolivia by calling for the elimination of traditional uses of coca, such as chewing coca leaves and drinking coca tea. A new briefing urges to address the current erroneous classification of coca under the UN conventions. It also notes an apparent shift on the issue by the US government and urges the US to formally clarify its position. 

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    Fumigations: The debate

    01 December 2003
    Article
  7. Annual report 2007

    23 September 2008
    Annual report

    It seems the mainstream media has finally caught onto the value of TNI as a source of reliable, relevant information on a range of issues of global importance.

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    New TNI report on drug control and war in Afghanistan

    05 December 2006
    Article

    Questions and answers about the new report of TNI on the war and opium in Afghanistan.

  9. Annual Report 2011

    30 August 2012
    Annual report

    2011 was marked by a sense of crisis, but also resistance to the measures being taken. Popular movements surged to the forefront worldwide, protesting the hollowing out of democracy that is a legacy of decades of neoliberal economic policy. TNI drew on its strong relationships within transnational networks to help push a countervailing power from below that might help shape a better world for us all.

  10. Cross-regional statement on Drugs and Human Rights General Debate

    22 September 2014
    Article

    This is the first member states' crossregional statement on drugs and human rights in the human rights council.

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    Latin American leaders chart course for drug policy debate

    Coletta Youngers
    20 June 2013
    Article

    This year’s annual General Assembly meeting of the Organization of American States (OAS), which brings together the hemisphere’s foreign ministers, marked a milestone in the Latin American drug policy debate. For the first time, the drug policy issue was the primary theme of a hemispheric meeting and, in a closed-door meeting of the foreign ministers, a process was laid out for continuing the discussion, culminating in a Special Session of the General Assembly to be held in 2014.

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  12. Global Commission on Drug Policy Chair Responds to Release of UN’s 2011 World Drug Report

    23 June 2011
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    The Global Commission on Drug Policy calls on the UN to break the taboo on vigorous debate about alternatives to the failed war on drugs.

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    TNI Annual Report

    31 October 2006
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    Softer Policy on Drugs Is Debated in Argentina

    Alexei Barrionuevo
    14 February 2009
    In the media
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    Iran report

    Phyllis Bennis
    07 December 2007
    Article
  16. Wilmar Palm Oil plantations - Image by Rainforest Rescue

    Country Report on Nigeria:

    28 September 2017
    Report

    Tension and violent conflicts based on land and forests issues are on the increase in Nigeria.

  17. Country Report on Uganda

    27 September 2017
    Report

    Findings reveal that lawlessness (in some cases), ignorance of the law, evictions and unlawful relocations, increasing pressure and conflicts emerging in fishing communities, as well as neighbouring farming communities are all leading to communities losing access to the land and fishing grounds on which they have survived for many years, leading to unemployment and loss of livelihoods among the fisher folks.

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  20. Report illustrates dynamics of Colombia's domestic drug trade

    Michael Lohmuller
    25 February 2015
    In the media

    A recent analysis on the relationship between local drug markets and violence and crime in Colombia illustrates the dynamics driving the domestic drug trade, and provides recommendations for comprehensive government interventions designed to result in long-lasting security improvements.

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