There is now an emerging global consensus on the need to review the current drug policy approach, including in relation to corruption and financial crimes such as money laundering. Given this context, the time is high and opportune to review the existing drug policy of India, adopted in 2012 through a scientific and non-politicised lens.
By re-examining the national narcotics policy of India, from an objective and academic perspective, we seek to initiate a dialogue to think, discuss and push for smarter and effectual drug policies.
We invite participation from law enforcement leaders and officials, policy makers, civil society organisations including student organisations, doctors, legal and scientific experts, social scientists researching narcotics policies, criminal justice system etc., and users to discuss and disseminate global evidence and best practices on the design and implementation of drug policies and programmes at the national level.
Ms. Kawal Deep Kour
Institute for Narcotic Studies and Analysis(INSA), New Delhi
+91(0)9706038299 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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