The Denver Sessions

Watch some great sessions on video, recorded at the International Drug Policy Reform Conference in Denver, Colorado.

International Innovations in Drug Policy 
A session about drug policy reform innovations from around the world – and a discussion of what impact they may have in the United States. This session was filmed at the International Drug Policy Reform Conference in Denver, Colorado, 2013.

Zombies, Mad Scientists, and Legal Highs: Harm Reduction with Emerging Drugs

What do we know about “new” and “emerging” drugs and how do we know it? When it comes to these drugs – some of which have been around for many years – how do we separate the science from the media panic?

From Victims to Advocates: Parents Against the Drug War

The failed war on drugs has led to millions of lives destroyed and families broken as a result of harsh prison sentences, prohibition-related violence, or preventable drug overdoses. What is the experience of mothers and fathers who have lost (or been forcibly separated from) their sons or daughters thanks to the war on drugs?

Latin America's Innovative Proposals For Reform 

Media headlines continue to focus on Latin America, as its drug war carnage grows and its reform initiatives gather momentum. In what ways is Latin America leading the way on drug policy reform, and in what ways is it lagging behind?

With English overdub                                                                      Original spanish version

Can You Hear Me Now? Speaking the Language of Reform to Faith Leaders
Drug use and criminal conduct are often labeled as moral failures – yet similarly, mass incarceration and the drug war can also be considered immoral and unethical. What role can faith leaders play in organizing and mobilizing their congregations to end the drug war? 

Posted by: István Gábor Takács and Péter Sárosi


Kapcsolódó hírek

Ethan Nadelmann: Harm Reduction and Drug Policy Reform

Ethan Nadelmann on harm reduction and drug policy reform - conflict, coexistence, or harmony? Watch the video we filmed at the international harm reduction conference in Vilnius!

The HCLU's movies shared a Special Award at the Hégető Honorka Prize ceremony

The aim of the Prize is to acknowledge television and online video works aimed at highlighting the problems of marginalised groups, and raising public and media awareness. It is a big honour for us to be awarded this prize in 2013.

Now I ask the questions, and they answer

The aim of the Make your voice heard! project of the HCLU is to facilitate advocacy skills of Roma communities. Therefore, the HCLU trains Romani activists in freedom of information and in participatory rights. This obtained knowledge will help them gain insight into local decision-making processes. By having access to data of public interest and exercising participatory rights, their situation will improve so they can reach the social level of the less underprivileged majority.