FAAAT.For Alternative Approaches to Addiction, Think & do tank
FAAAT think & do tank is an international non-profit, non-partisan, and non-governmental research & advocacy organization. Founded in 2015, FAAAT addresses the policies of addiction and drugs, plants, fungi, products, or substances that are controlled, illicit, or linked to potential health issues.
a lex lata legalization for the non-medical cannabis industry:
How to regulate recreational cannabis in accordance with the Single Convention on narcotic drugs
Sustainable Cannabis Policy
Cannabis & the 2030 Agenda on Sustainable Development | Cannabis y Agenda 2030 de Desarrollo Sostenible | Konopí a Agenda 2030
INCB transparency initiative
181 NGOs from 56 countries call upon INCB to create transparency and accountability in its ‘Cannabis Initiative’ Guidelines effort. One open letter has been sent to United Nations Secretary-General and a voluntary contribution provided to INCB leadership.
INCB monitor / Cannabis Initiative
An independent, public-interest webpage to monitor and document the work of the International Narcotics Control Board (INCB) Cannabis Control Initiative
WHO cannabis review process [archived]
All the work done between 2015 and 2021 on the WHO scientific assessments and UN cannabis scheduling changes.
Photo exhibition: Drug consumption rooms
“Safe drug consumption facilities: Building consensus around what works.”
Photo Exhibition presented at the United Nations Commission on Narcotic Drugs 60th session (Vienna, March 2017), and at the Geneva Drug Policy Week (Graduate Institute, Geneva, June 2019).