Q&A on Drug Law Reform issues

...will also be taking Skype questions from around the country, submit your question here:  https://ab.co/2OfVDC0 Further information This issue touches almost every Australian family, and many are craving a new...

April 2016 Newsletter

The April Newsletter April 2016 is now online. Featuring highlights from the UN Drug Summit, the successful grant for Hepatitis C Awareness Activities for the AIVL, insights into the link...

May 2016 Newsletter

The FFDLR Newsletter May 2016 is now online featuring Canberra Alliance for Participatory Democracy (CAPaD) CANBERRA DECLARATION ON ILLICIT DRUGS important background information for the upcoming elections and much more....

June 2016 Newsletter

The June Newsletter is now online including: Brian McConnell’s Order of Australia Medal Brian McConnell’s Funeral and many thoughts from members...

July 2016 Newsletter

The July Newsletter is now online and contains information about initiatives in August from the Canberra Alliance for Harm Minimisation and Advocacy (CAHMA), reports on a number of conferences we...

August 2016 Newsletter

The August 2016 Newsletter is now online. It contains information on ACT October Election and Election Forum Overdose Awareness Day, Jack Waterford’s Canberra Times article on the ineffectiveness of current...

FFDLR Newsletter August 2014

...match the associated harm The war on drugs is lost – legalise the heroin trade ‘Fair trade’ cocaine and ‘conflict-free’ opium: the future of online drug marketing Annual ACT ATODA...

September 2016 Newsletter

The September Newsletter is now online It contains items about the Annual Remembrance Ceremony, the future of FFDLR including resources available and strategies for the future....

November 2016 Newsletter

The November Newsletter is now online This newsletter contains a brief description of the 21st Annual Remembrance Ceremony held at Weston Park Canberra on 24 October the Parliamentary Agreement reached...

The war on drugs has failed

Taken from the online bmj: The war on drugs has failed: doctors should lead calls for drug policy reform Subtitle: Evidence and ethics should inform policies that promote health and...