Written by Sara Velimirovic and Sarah Merrigan, SSDP UNGASS Coordinator Interns Last Friday, SSDPers in the United States and Ireland joined people around the globe for the Support. Don’t Punish. campaign. It was a chance to take our voices to the streets and speak in unison against the global War on Drugs in more than 130 cities around the world. Moreover, this was
What Is Support. Don’t Punish? Support. Don’t Punish. is a global advocacy campaign to raise awareness of the harms being caused by the war on drugs. The campaign aims to promote drug policies that respect human rights and protect public health, to change laws and policies that impede access to harm reduction interventions and other evidence-based services, and to end
Support. Don’t Punish. is a global advocacy campaign calling for better drug policies that prioritize public health and human rights. And when we say global, we mean global; in 2014, over 100 cities in 41 different countries participated in the action. This year we want to achieve even more and we already have over 60 cities who confirmed their participation.