On Thursday June 26th 2014, people in more than 100 cities across the world took part in the second 'Support. Don't Punish' Global Day of Action, calling for drug policy reform and better support for harm reduction services. As part of the day of action, Unharm ran an event at the Wayside Chapel in Sydney.
Fresh out in the Australian & NZ Journal of Criminology, The Australian Drug Law Reform Foundation's Dr Alex Wodak: 'The abject failure of drug prohibition'Read more
A recent, robust survey conducted with over 3,000 Australian voters found that 66% supported the legalisation of cannabis for medical purposes.
But you know what? That's been the case for TEN YEARS (Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, National Drug Strategy Household Survey 2004-10).
Medical cannabis in Australia - it's time.Read more
Miles Hunt reflects on Annual Remembrance Day, an international event recognising lives lost to drugs and alcohol.Read more
Andrew McMillen pushed a couple of journalists out of their cliche zone on breakfast TV this morning, launching his book Talking smack.Read more
The World Health Organisation's new guidelines on HIV have called for the decriminalisation of drug injecting and for provision of nalxone and training to people likely to witness an opioid overdose.Read more
Dan McNamee from Art Vs Science has written to the Member for Ballina, Don Page, arguing strongly and eloquently for a trial of a sniffer dog-free Splendour in the Grass.Read more
An octogenarian who wants cannabis and ecstasy legalised and has campaigned for safe injecting rooms has been named Victorian of the Year.Read more
Miles Hunt, Lawyer: "I think the demonisation of drug users has meant the drug problem is never openly discussed. The solution is to bring drug use into the open so we can have a collective and honest discussion."
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Tara O'Connell, aged 9, suffered from debilitating childhood epilepsy. After exhausting traditional treatment options, her family turned to medical marijuana in desperation.