By Martin Jelsma.

This briefing from the Latin American Initiative on Drugs and Democracy and summarizes good practices in legislative reforms around the world, representing steps away from a repressive zero-tolerance model towards a more evidencebased and humane drug policy. The examples provide lessons learned in practice about less punitive approaches and their impact on levels of drug use and drug-related harm to the individual and society.



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