Commissioner Ramos-Horta in Metro (Nicaragua): “en algunos países está muy politizado el tema de las drogas”

Leer artículo original en Metro, Noticias de Nicaragua Hablamos con el expresidente de Timor Oriental, Premio Nobel de la Paz 1996, e integrante de la Comisión Global en Política de Drogas, que presentó su reporte 2019 este martes en Lisboa, Portugal. ¿Qué encontraron al realizar el reporte? –Uno de los

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Commissioner Ramos-Horta in South China Morning Post: “Asia’s brutal drug policies have failed”

Read original article in South China Morning Post. Asia is characterised by some of the world’s harshest approaches to combating illicit use of drugs, an almost entirely one-dimensional security approach as opposed to a more integrated humane, political, social and security approach. The victims are mainly the urban and rural

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Commissioners Dreifuss and Ramos-Horta: “Anti-drug drive” threatens development

Read original article in The Daily Star One of the most densely populated countries in the world, Bangladesh faces formidable challenges to eradicate poverty and provide sustainable development to its communities. Yet the country has been successful in the past decade in rising to these challenges. According to the World Bank,

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Former President of Timor-Leste, Nobel Prize recipient José Ramos-Horta, and former Prime Minister of New Zealand, Helen Clark, join the Global Commission

PRESS RELEASE Geneva, 8 November 2017 Further expanding its breadth and diversity, the Global Commission on Drug Policy is honored and delighted to welcome two distinguished new members, Helen Clark, former Prime Minister of New Zealand (1999-2008) and Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) (2009-2017) and Nobel Peace

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