Artists, Lawyers, Human Rights Groups to Netflix – Cancel AMO

We, artists and human rights advocates, express our deep concern over the screening of AMO, a series about the brutal war on Drugs campaign waged in the Philippines. According to its director Brillante Mendoza, the show will dramatize the drug problem in the country from the point of view of the victims as well as the “victimizer”.

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.

The CND is DYING – Time to put People who use drugs, evidences and Human Rights at the center of the response.

The world is far more progressive or regressive than the CND deliberations – but it is not what member states are allowed to see, hear and speak. It reminded us of the Gandhi’s three monkeys – See no evil, Hear no evil and Speak no evil. It is time to put people who use drugs, evidence and human rights at the center.

“Naloxone not a controlled substance, we encourage its access to prevent overdose” – said INCB

On March 16, 2018, an Informal NGO Dialogue with the International Narcotics Control Board (INCB) was held during the 61st session on the Commission of Narcotics Drugs (CND). INCB President Dr. Viroj Sumyai, in his response to a question posed by the International Drug Policy Consortium (IDPC) pointed out reasons to promote access to Naloxone.

The TRUTH you need to know about People who Use Drugs

People who use drugs community have been significantly contributing towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goals and Targets despite the hostile context fueled by the criminalizing drug laws and policies. The statement is the truth that everyone needs to know about the diverse roles people who use drugs play in making our society better.

ANPUD JOB Vacancy – Key Population Research and Advocacy Project Coordinator

The ANPUD community-based monitoring study aims to improve delivery of harm reduction services, such as the Needle Syringe Programs (NSP) and Opioid Substitution Therapy (OST), and HIV services for people who inject drugs (PWID) in four countries—Cambodia, Indonesia, Nepal and Vietnam.

Asia Pac HIV Key Population Networks Seek More Influence Over Global Fund Grant-Making

A coalition of regional key population networks responding to the impact of HIV in Asia and the Pacific is calling for its members to be more involved in managing key grants from the internationally funded Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (the Global Fund).

ICC investigation in the Philippines: Asian drug users hope for justice

The Asian Network of People who Use Drugs (ANPUD) welcomes the decision of the International Criminal Court (ICC) to open a preliminary examination into the war on drugs in the Philippines.

Guidelines for the Management of Methamphetamine Use Disorders in Myanmar

This Guide conveys practical information as well as covering some theoretical advances to improve insights about the growing concern of methamphetamine use in Myanmar.

Policy Briefs on Hepatitis C in Thailand

The five policy briefs were developed by the Thai Treatment Action Group (TTAG). The briefs are available in Thai language only.