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Why so much discrimination against People who Use Drugs?

One of the unintended consequences of international drug control is the way we perceive and deal with the users of drugs that have been made illegal. A system appears to have been created in which those who fall into the web of dependence find themselves excluded and marginalized from the social mainstream, tainted with a moral stigma, and often unable to find treatment, even when they may be motivated to want it.
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Why so much discrimination against People who Use Drugs?

One of the unintended consequences of international drug control is the way we perceive and deal with the users of drugs that have been made illegal. A system appears to have been created in which those who fall into the web of dependence find themselves excluded and marginalized from the social mainstream, tainted with a moral stigma, and often unable to find treatment, even when they may be motivated to want it.
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Regional TOT on Organisational Development and Advocacy

This report outlines the key proceedings of the Training of Trainers (ToT) organised by ANPUD on organisational Development and Advocacy. The training was held from 22 to 25 August 2017 at Hotel Column, Bangkok, Thailand and was attended by twenty-seven participants from Cambodia, India, Vietnam, Nepal, Indonesia, and the Philippines.
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HIV, Human Rights and Gender Equality Technical Brief

The purpose of this Technical Brief is to assist Global Fund applicants in their efforts to include and expand programs to remove human rights and gender-related barriers to HIV prevention, diagnosis and treatment services. This Brief discusses the barriers these programs help to remove, the various forms the programs take, the need to cost and allocate budget for them, and how to implement them in effective ways and at appropriate scale. It also aims to help stakeholders ensure that, as they are rolled out, HIV health services and programs promote and protect human rights and gender equality.
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Call for Self-nomination (Women Representative to the ANPUD Executive Board)

ANPUD recognizes that the situation of women who use drugs (WUD) in the region is dire and needs urgent attention. To ensure such voices are represented within ANPUD and at the regional and international fora, the call for self-nomination for the women representative to the ANPUD Executive Board has been made. The deadline to submit the application is May 15, 2017 and women members are encouraged to contact the ANPUD secretariat before May 8, 2017 to clarify any queries they may have regarding the application process.