194 organizations from 50 countries call for Cannabis deschedulling at the United Nations in official statement.
Ensuring continuity of treatment during the COVID-19 pandemic for patients using Cannabis and cannabinoid medicines.
Berlin Declaration | Towards a Humane Model of Drug Policy
Future conferences: Hemp Business Day, challenging Southern European policies on industrial Cannabis
THE FIRST CONGRESS ABOUT HEMP & CBD IN SOUTH EUROPE | FRIDAY APRIL 26th 2019. FICOBA. IRUN, SPAIN
Ahead of a Global Drug Summit in March 2019, a coalition of youth organizations address the governments of the planet: “Make drug policies with us, not on our name and against us!”
FAAAT co-hosted, last March at the United Nations, a consensus conference where governments and representative of drug users discussed the global state of Hepatitis C and recommendations raised from the practice. Video and track record.
In 2018 for the first time, the World Health Organization is assessing the medical uses and harms of Cannabis, and will recommend the suitable classification to be applied internationally. We promote an objective and independent assessment, that recognizes and acknowledges modern research on Cannabis. Support us!
The Norwegian Association for Safer Drug Policies, FAAAT and 20 policymakers and stakeholders from 10 countries recalled that Norway should be a model for the rest of the world’s drug policy reforms.
In the European Parliament, representatives of municipal and national governments, decision makers, law enforcement, civil society, people who use drugs, harm reduction and treatment providers, and academics have been focusing together on substance use in the urban environment, and exchanging experiences on evidence-informed policies to best mitigate drug-related harms.
In Chefchaouen, on Avril 30, 2017, an international symposium focused on development and growth perspectives for the cannabis-growing areas in the Moroccan Riff region. The meeting gathered local civil society with experts, academics and various stakeholders from Morocco as well as France, Spain or Germany.
Over 200 civil society groups from all over the world have today released a statement condemning governments for failing to acknowledge the devastating consequences of punitive and repressive drug policies as they prepare for a UN summit on the issue next month.