ANPUD launches the Short Films Competition 2018 – Join NOW

ANPUD launches a regional level short films competition to celebrate 10 years of its journey. The year 2018 marks the 10th anniversary of ANPUD. The film competition is first of its kind in the history of ANPUD.

Open letter re exclusion of naloxone at AIDS 2018

INPUD – alongside numerous other drug user networks and harm reduction organisations – have written to the Responsible Alderman for Health Care (Wethouder) Ms. Kukenheim, emphasising we are deeply concerned by the decision of International AIDS Society (IAS) and the Public Health Service of Amsterdam (GGD, Amsterdam) to exclude naloxone as a component of harm reduction services at AIDS 2018.

The war on drugs is a war on us – 26th June is the reminder

Every year 26th June is a reminder of the fact that people who use drugs are universally criminalized, that our lives are regarded as less valuable, that our basic human rights are simply denied, that moral grounds still overrule scientific evidences and that the extrajudicial killings and perpetual suffering inflicted upon lives of people who use drugs have started to become a new normal. The war on drugs is an outright attack to the human rights. The war on drugs is a war on us.

188 NGOs call on the United Nations to condemn Bangladesh drug war

ANPUD and IDPC led a joint petition that brought together 174 Community and Civil society organizations calling on the UN to take action in response to the killing of 130 people suspected of drug dealing by the Bangladeshi police.

ANPUD calls on Bangladesh government to immediately stop the war on drugs

The Asian Network of People who Use Drugs (ANPUD) urgently calls on Hon. Prime Minister Mrs. Sheikh Hasina and Hon. Home Minister Mr. Asaduzzaman Khan of the government of Bangladesh to immediately stop the extra-judicial killings of people suspected of using or selling drugs. We express our grave concerns over the war on drugs approach opted by the Bangladesh government that has already resulted in over 100 lives and over 12000 arrests since its launch in mid-May 2018.

Open Letter to Netflix CEO Mr. Reed Hastings:

The Asian Network of People who Use Drugs (ANPUD) and the International Network of People who Use Drugs (INPUD) have released an open letter to Mr. Reed Hastings, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Netflix. In the letter, the two human rights organizations demand that Netflix immediately cancel plans to stream the Philippines drug war series “AMO” that actively promotes murder, extrajudicial killings, violence, and the war on drugs in the Philippines.

An Open Letter to Apple CEO Mr. Tim Cook: Immediately remove apps that are promoting war on drugs in the Philippines.

In the letter, 131 organizations including human rights and drug policy reform groups have demanded Apple to immediately remove apps (games) that are promoting murder, extrajudicial killings, violence, and the war on drugs in the Philippines.

Stand with ANPUD – Call for Sign-On

Numerous apps currently available through Apple are actively promoting the war on people who use drugs in the Philippines, a war that has resulted in the state-endorsed murders of more than 13,000 people – many of them children – ostensibly suspected of using or selling drugs since June 2016.

International Criminal Court: Investigate Duterte for Crimes Against Humanity

The people of the Philippines deserve justice and for their right to life, liberty and security of person to be restored and not threatened. As an impartial body, we urge the International Criminal Court to investigate these killings and prosecute if necessary.

Appeal to the Pope: “excommunicate Duterte!”

Over 300 people from church, politic, culture, drugs Help- and human rights structures from Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Netherlands, Belgium, France, UK, Italy, Spain, Czech Republic, Norway, Slovenia, Canada, Australia, South Africa , El Salvador, Argentina, Mexico, Hong Kong and the USA have appealed to the Pope in Rome.