The ACT’s partial decriminalisation of drug use should be regarded as just one step towards getting this important reform right.
Tom reveals his history of illegal and legal drug use.
Drug law reform is dominated by white voices and ignores racialised injustice. We’ve started talking to First Nations people about how to make this movement bigger, and better.
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.
Greens-Labor coalition has secured another term in office after the ACT election. Will this allow the Greens to push for drug law reform?
Oregon is the first U.S. state to decriminalise personal possession for ALL drugs – it is possible.
Christian organisation Uniting has just published a detailed plan to decriminalise drug use in NSW and the ACT.
A major Queensland government body has called for the legalisation of MDMA.
Deemed supply provisions conflict with core principles of Australian criminal law. Here’s why.