Book Launch Event | ‘Drug Policies and Development: Conflict and Coexistence’, Tuesday 24 Nov. 2020, 12:30–13:30 Geneva Time

International drug control mechanisms are focused on the elimination of drug production, use, and trafficking, through the operationalisation of repressive public policies criminalizing these substances and their non-medical use. The implementation of these policies has had a detrimental impact on other global development objectives.
The editors of the thematic issue ‘Drug Policies and Development: Conflict and Coexistance‘ will talk about the contemporary discussions that shape drug policy; the intersection of drug control and development policies; and the paths towards adopting better approaches in order to align drug control with the global development objectives. Speakers will further share with the audience how this special issue brings clarity to this complex and multifaceted policy issue.

Registration Link HERE (The link to the event is received via email once registered).

 
PROGRAMME
Welcome Remarks
  • Prof. Marie Laure Salles, Director of the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies 
  • Ms. Ruth Dreifuss, former President of the Swiss Confederation and Member of the Global Commission on Drug Policy (GCDP)
Moderator
  • Dr. Khalid Tinasti, Director of the Global Commission on Drug Policy (GCDP) and Research and Teaching Fellow at the Global Studies Institute at the University of Geneva, Switzerland
Speakers
  • Prof. Julia Buxton, British Academy Global Professor in Criminology at the University of Manchester and Senior Research Associate at the Global Drug Policy Observatory (GDPO), Swansea University, United Kingdom
  • Mr. David Mansfield, Independent Consultant and former Technical Advisor to the UK government
  • Dr. Corina Giacomello, Full-time Associate Researcher with the University of Chiapas, Mexico
  • Dr. Shannon Hader, Deputy Executive Director UNAIDS Programme, and Assistant Secretary-General of the United Nations
Concluding Remarks
  • Prof. Mary Chinery Hesse, first woman Chancellor of the University of Ghana and Member of the West Africa Commission on Drugs
 

Read the full thematic issue (in open access) : ‘Drug Policies and Development: Conflict and Coexistance‘.

Paperback reference: Julia Buxton, Mary Chinery-Hesse and Khalid Tinasti (eds.) (2020) Drug Policies and Development, Confict and Coexistence, International Development Policy series No.12 (Geneva, Boston: Graduate Institute Publications, Brill-Nijhoff). Order your copy on Brill-Nijhoff’s website.


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