“Global Drug and Development Policy Roundup,” Institute of Development Studies, 2013
The initial invite-only event took place early 2013 and used the report “Dependent on Development. The interrelationships between illicit drugs and socioeconomic development” (pdf), released by the Nossal Institute for Global Health in December 2010, as a basis for discussion.
- Why the International Narcotics Control Board has got it wrong
- A budding renaissance of the international drug policy debate
- Some good news from the Cartagena Summit of the Americas
- Can the international development community become more drugs-savvy?
- Drug policy reform momentum: where is the international development community?
- Merill Singer (2008) Drugs and Development: Global Impact on Sustainable Growth and Human Rights. Prospect Heights, IL: Waveland Press.
- Philip Keefer and Norman Loayza (eds) (2010) Innocent Bystanders: Developing Countries and the War on Drugs. World Bank; Palgrave Macmillan UK
- David Mansfield ‘Treating the Opium Problem in World Bank Operations in
Afghanistan’. Guidelines prepared for the World Bank. (see link under Related content)
- OECD’s report Transnational organized crime and fragile states, which includes a brief discussion on going beyond the ‘war on drugs’.
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