Courageous on-the-ground researchers give the world a look at the reality of a counterterrorism strategy that some in the U.S. government would argue is a model program.
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A program that sends people convicted of low-level drug and sex work crimes to community-based services instead of jail is off to a good start in Seattle.
Across the world, the political left and right have inspired new populist support to end the demand for sex work through criminalization. This threatens the rights, health, safety, and wishes of sex workers.
A new campaign argues that countless lives could be saved by redirecting just a sliver of funding from drug enforcement toward harm reduction.
During a time of change, a group bridges the gap between Ukraine’s disenfranchised minority and social services.
The best way to teach people who use drugs to inject the anti-overdose medicine naloxone is to keep the lessons quick and to the point.
A U.S. federal court has found that the free speech rights of American public health organizations don’t stop at the border.
What the Center for Reproductive Rights is doing to stop legislators from undermining a woman’s right to choose.
The annexation of Crimea upended many lives—particularly those whose life-saving treatments for drug dependence were abruptly taken away.
After years of rampant unemployment, nearly one in five Greeks lacks health insurance. Now, access to medicines must be a priority for the new government.
The medicine naloxone could easily save countless lives. Why isn’t it used more often?