TNI’s Drugs & Democracy programme analyses drug policies and trends in the illicit drugs market. TNI examines the underlying causes of drug production and consumption and the impacts of current drug policies on conflict, development,and democracy. The programme facilitates dialogue and advocates evidence-based policies, guided by principles of harm reduction and human rights for users and producers.
TNI has dedicated a large share of its attention on international drug control and policies towards policies on crop cultivation, alternative development and as a watchdog for the infringed rights of farmers families involved in the cultivation of coca leaf, cannabis or opium poppy. TNI is representing farmers as an especially affected population within the framework of the United Nations Civil Society Task Force, an initiative that will ensure civil society participation into UNGASS 2016.
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