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Le richieste di decine di associazioni alla Commissione Droghe ONU

1 marzo 2017  

Noi sottoscritti crediamo che l’Outcome Document di UNGASS non sia riuscito a produrre riforme cruciali ed ampiamente sostenute, non tenendo in considerazione le problematiche reali.

Chiediamo, pertanto, la convocazione del 60° CND al fine di:  

Riconoscere le conseguenze delle nuove politiche in materia di droghe:

  • Chiarire che “l’impegno per applicare le tre convenzioni internazionali sul controllo delle droghe” non significa che questi trattati, scritti tra i 28 e i 56 anni fa, debbano rimanere immutati.
  • Convocare un “Expert Advisory Group” – un gruppo di esperti – per studiare le contraddizioni internet al sistema internazionale di controllo delle droghe.

Manifestare per i diritti umani  

  • Affermare che le politiche nazionali sulle droghe dovrebbero essere vincolate da norme sui diritti umani; con particolare attenzione alle disparità razziali, ai diritti degli indigeni, e all’impatto sulle donne e sui giovani.
  • Invitare all’abolizione della pena di morte per reati connessi alla droga.

Incentrare sulla persona le politiche sulle droghe

  • Fare propria esplicitamente l’adozione della riduzione del danno e l’allocazione di risorse per finanziarla.
  • Affermare che gli “obiettivi di sviluppo sostenibile” dovrebbero informare e vincolare le politiche sulle droghe.
  • Sostenere gli sforzi, da parte dell’Organizzazione Mondiale della Salute, per una prima critical review – studio approfondito – relativa alla cannabis, che includa anche le raccomandazioni per l’inserimento appropriato, se del caso, nelle tabelle delle varie Convenzioni sulla droga.

Prendere una posizione forte sulla riforma del sistema penale  

  • Incoraggiare i passi da compiere verso la decriminalizzazione.
  • Raccomandare le proposte alternative all’incarcerazione, tra cui le alternative previste per legge, così come la riforma delle pene e altre riforme “compassionevoli”.
  • Sostenere l’adozione di approcci normativi alternativi per quanto attiene le nuove sostanze psicoattive.

Promuovere un dialogo aperto

  • Strutturare i prossimi incontri in sede ONU al fine di consentire un dibattito veramente aperto.
  • Sostenere la partecipazione della società civile, così come quella degli individui più svantaggiati, emarginati e di altri gruppi colpiti da politiche sulle droghe, nello sviluppo, nell’attuazione e nella valutazione delle nuove politiche.

March 1, 2017

We the undersigned believe the UNGASS Outcome Document stopped short of crucial and widely supported reforms, while avoiding new realities.

We call on the 60th CND to:

Acknowledge the Ramifications of New Drug Policies

  • Clarify that “commitment to… the three international drug control conventions” does not mean these treaties, written between 28 and 56 years ago, should remain unchanged.
  • Convene an “Expert Advisory Group” to study tensions in the drug control regime.

Stand Up for Human Rights

  • Assert that nations’ drug policies should be constrained by human rights norms; with special attention on racial disparities, indigenous rights, and impact on women and youth.
  • Call for abolishing the death penalty for drug offenses.

Call for a People-Centered Approach to Drug Policy

  • Explicitly endorse harm reduction and shifting resources to fund it.1
  • Assert the Sustainable Development Goals should both inform and constrain drug policy.
  • Encourage steps by the World Health Organization to undertake a first-ever Critical Review of cannabis, including recommendations regarding its appropriate place, if any, in the drug treaty schedules.

Take a Stronger Stance on Criminal Justice Reform 

  • Encourage bold steps away from criminalization.
  • Advocate a diverse range of alternatives to incarceration, including Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion, as well as sentencing reform and other compassionate reforms.Advocate that regulatory approaches be considered for new psychoactive substances.

Foster Open Dialogue

  • Structure future UN meetings to enable truly open debate.
  • Support the participation of civil society as well as disadvantaged, marginalized and other groups affected by drug policies, in developing, implementing and evaluating new policies.

US and Global NGOs

A New PATH (Parents for Addiction Treatment & Healing) – AIDS Alabama – Blacks in Law Enforcement of America – Broken No More – California Cannabis Ministry – CAN-DO Foundation -Cannabis Consumers Campaign – Center for Living and Learning (CA) – Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice – Chicago Recovery – Alliance Coalition for Medical Marijuana-NJ – Criminal Justice Policy Foundation – DC Cannabis Campaign aka DCMJ – Doctors for Cannabis Regulation – Drug Policy Alliance – Drug Policy Forum of Hawai’i – Drug Policy Forum of Texas – Ella Baker Center for Human Rights Empire State NORML (NY) – Families ACT! (CA) – Golden Gate University School of Law Students for Sensible Drug Policy – Hamline University Students for Sensible Drug Policy (MN) – Harm Reduction Coalition – Harm Reduction Michigan – Help Not Handcuffs (NJ) – Hep Free Hawaii – Hepatitis Education Project Housing Works (NY) – Human Rights and the Drug War – Humboldt Institute for Harm Reduction (CA) – International Centre for Science in Drug Policy – Latino Commission on AIDS – LatinoJustice PRLDEF – Law Enforcement Action Partnership – Life for Pot Marijuana Policy Project Michigan NORML – mommieactivist and sons Online Radio – Moms United to End the War on Drugs – Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies – National Alliance for Medication Assisted Recovery – National Lawyers Guild, Drug Policy Committee – National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws – Project Inform – Protect Families First (RI) – Reentry Central of CT – Safe Streets Arts Foundation (DC) – Sensible Colorado – StoptheDrugWar.org (DRCNet Foundation) – Students for Sensible Drug Policy – The Cannabis Alliance (WA) – The Center for Harm Reduction Therapy (CA) – The Center for the Study of Cannabis and Social Policy – The CHOW Project (HI) (T.O.P.S.) – The Ordinary People Society – Trinity United Church of Christ, Chicago – University of Texas at Austin Students for Sensible Drug Policy – University of Virginia Students for Sensible Drug Policy – Urban Survivors Union (CA, NC, WA) – Veterans for Medicinal Cannabis Access – Washington Office on Latin America – Women Who Never Give Up – Women With A Vision (LA)

NGOs in Other Countries

Action for Health Initiatives, Inc. (Philippines) – AFEW International Alliance of Women Advocating for Change (AWAC) (Uganda) – Amsterdam Drug Users Union MDHG (Netherlands) – Associazione Luca Coscioni (Italy) – Australian Drug Law Reform Foundation – Beckley Foundation (United Kingdom) – Centro Brasileiro de Política de Drogas – Psicotropicus Citywide Drugs Crisis Campaign (Ireland) – Deutscher Hanfverband (DHV) – German Cannabis Association Die Linke. Hessen- LAG Drogenpolitik (Germany) – Diogenis Association, Drug Policy Dialogue South East Europe – Društvo za Regulacija Konoplje (Slovenia) – EcuadorCannabico – Families and Friends for Drug Law Reform (Australia) – Fédération Addiction (France) – Fields of Green for ALL NPC (South Africa) – Foundation for Democratic Initiatives and Development (FDID) (Sierra Leone) – Ganja Growers and Producers Association of Jamaica (GGPAJ) – ICEERS Foundation (Spain, Uruguay) – Initiative for Health Foundation (Bulgaria) – Institute for Inner Balance (Slovenia) – Latinoamérica Reforma Mambo Social Club (Belgium) – mumsDU — moms united and mandated to saving the lives of Drug Users – Netherlands Drug Policy Foundation – Nonviolent Radical Party transparty and transnational – NVO 4 Life (Montenegro) – Observatorio de cultivos y cultivadores declarados ilícitos INDEPAZ (Colombia) – Plantaforma para la Defensa de la Ayahuasca (Spain) – Protestant Evangelical Church of El Salvador (IEPES) – RI Radicali Italiani – REDUC – Brazilian Harm Reduction and Human Rights Network – ReverdeSer Colectivo A.C. (Mexico) – Students for Sensible Drug Policy-UWI, Mona Chapter (Jamaica) – Uganda Harm Reduction Network – (UHRN) UNIDOS – Rede Nacional Sobre Drogas & HIV (Mozambique) – Union C (Nepal) – Viva Rio (Brazil, Haiti) – West Africa Drug Policy Network-Ghana Limited – Women Coalition Against Cancer in Malawi – (WOCACA)

Businesses

Center for Optimal Living (NY) – Denver Relief Consulting – Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soaps – Elixinol Japan – Elixinol LLC – Elixinol PTY LTD – Greenbridge Corporate Counsel (CA, WA) – Hemp Foods Australia PTY LTD – Hemp Foods Japan – UDK Consultancy (Malawi) – Vicente Sederberg LLC


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