The ACT’s partial decriminalisation of drug use should be regarded as just one step towards getting this important reform right.
Angela’s experiences prove that drug prohibition doesn’t make sense. This is what she wants Australia’s politicians to know about drugs, and the people who take them.
Should methamphetamine be legalised and regulated the same as other drugs? Here’s what one mental health professional thinks.
Catharine Lumby shares her honest experiences with drugs and urges us all to do the same.
We don’t fine people for alcohol consumption. Why should other drug use be any different?
Unharm director Mark Hancock shares his experience with corporate Australia, the NSW government and methamphetamine.
Reports the NSW government was considering removing penalties for personal drug use were met with the usual backlash.
Deemed supply provisions conflict with core principles of Australian criminal law. Here’s why.
There is too much at stake to allow people like Tony Wood to determine how we respond to the reality of illicit drug use.