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A commentary on opioids, prohibition and human rights courtesy of :
JULIAN BUCHANAN PHD, MA, DIPSW
DRUG POLICY, JUSTICE, HUMAN RIGHTS & HARM REDUCTION
We have a global drug policy problem ‘Drug’ Prohibition is an archaic system rooted in the 1950s that’s had a devastating global impact upon individuals, families, communities and countries. In decades to come, it will be remembered as one of the most […]
via Breaking Free From Prohibition: A Human Rights Approach to Successful Drug Reform — Julian Buchanan PHD, MA, DIPSW
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There is no 'world drug problem'
Don't collude with this nonsense
We have a world drug policy problem that has been caused by ideologically driven 'drug' prohibition that has peddled propaganda, misinformation & lies
— Julian Buchanan, PhD (@julianbuchanan) February 27, 2018
One Reply to “Breaking Free From Prohibition: A Human Rights Approach to Successful Drug Reform — Julian Buchanan PHD, MA, DIPSW”
I believe in this completely. I am interested in participating in the committee, I will make it to the meetings, regardless of location. With respect to the issue, I looked into doing a Class Action suit, but have not had success in finding a Law firm or individual Lawyer. I am forced to believe that the cause is the very issue of Opiate medications. Everyone, doctors, lawyers, LCSW’s (except me),, MSW’s and all other medical professionals (save for Oncologists) and lregu