Intercambios AC from Argentina adheres to the Joint Declaration that 29 Risk and Harm Reduction organizations from around the world launch on Sunday 22 May
Civil society groups from all over the world have released a statement to acknowledge the devastating consequences of punitive and repressive drug policies.
Organized by CAMEDA it proposes to educate, inform and learn about medical cannabis in Argentina and in the world.
Since 12 February, UNAIDS organizes a series of virtual dialogues, in the context of the High Level Meeting on HIV / AIDS. Here the complete agenda.
The last report of the INCB highlights the actual nosenses around the world related with medicines for palliative care.
A guide for a policy reform in Latin America and the Caribbean
The document we are here presenting is the contribution from the civil society of Latin America and the Caribbean to the reflection on the world drug problem, called by the United Nations, UNGASS 2016.
This activity is part of the project that Intercambios Civil Association has been doing since 2014 with AIDS and STDs Office of the Ministry of Health with support from the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.
With the previoius conferences held in Buenos Aires (2009), Rio de Janeiro (2010), Ciudad de México (2011), Bogotá (2012) and San José (2014), what has become one of the most important venues for the discussion over drug policy, has for the first time arrived in Caribbean.más
In this edition we follow the steps of the civil society towards UNGASS 2016; present an special report about the present and future of medical cannabis in Argentina and an interesting harm reduction experience in Brazil, brought by Adán Joskowicz, BA in Pychology.más