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FAAAT (For Alternative Approaches to Addiction - Think & do tank) is an international advocacy and research program of the DRCnet Foundation.
FAAAT addresses the policies of addiction, controlled and illicit drugs, and plants, products or substances liable to produce harms or dependence. We work with a multidisciplinary, transnational, non-governmental, non-partisan and non-profit perspective.
FAAAT centralizes the collaboration of a global network of experts, with quarters in Austria, Czechia, France, Mexico, Spain and the USA.
FAAAT think-tank researches rigorous evidence-based and ethical policy alternatives to face political, economic, and social drug- and addiction-related issues. Our research advocates for transparent and measurable policies framed by fundamental civic and human rights and the rule of law, grounded on sustainable development, social justice and health, that empowers affected populations.
FAAAT do-tank develops collective support, capacity building and community advocacy programs headed to peer groups, ground social movements and the nonprofit sector, for a broader involvement in policy processes at all level, including international and multilateral levels. Our actions rely on social engineering and transversal work, merging affected populations, researchers, doctors, social workers, the law enforcement sector, policy-makers, and all relevant stakeholders.
Evidence-based, democratic, transparent and measurable drug policies • framed by fundamental rights • grounded on sustainable development • empowering people and communities • and enhancing social justice and health.
Research rigorous and ethical policy alternatives • and take action through advocacy at all level, social engineering, partnership and collective action • to upgrade policies and practices.
|EVIDENCE AND RIGHTS-BASED
|HUMANE & SUSTAINABLE
|DO TANK||Goal #1.
Ground the updates of international drug policy on sustainable development, human rights, transparency, and inclusiveness.
Strengthen peer groups, social movements and the nonprofit sector to increase knowledge, sustainability, effectiveness, and capacity for collective action on drug-related issues.
|THINK TANK||Goal #3.
Impulsing a modern approach to the categorification of “drugs”: renew terminology, taxonomy & scheduling to review the biochemical paradigm of drug use.
Shift drug policies towards evidence and effectiveness: enhancing positive drug-related programs and actions from the ground.