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THE ENCOD CHALLENGE: TAKE UNGASS SERIOUSLY!

Join the ENCOD challenge to European governments participating in the UN General Assembly Special Session on the World Drug Problem in New York, 19-21 april 2016.

Send this letter to Members of Parliament in your country. For the addresses see here or contact us

Dear (name of MP),

Published on 4 December 2014  by encod
We write to you as citizens* concerned with a huge problem that affects our country’s future. We ask you to take the lead in an effort to solve it. This problem is drugs, or better said: drug policy. On April 19, 20 and 21, 2016, the United Nations will hold a Special Session of the General Assembly on the World Drug Problem, in New York. This is a unique opportunity to take a close look at the impact of drug policy worldwide. After half a century of prohibition, the production and (...)

UN Commission on Narcotic Drugs

Encod is present at the 57th session of the UN Commission on Narcotic Drugs in Vienna, with a delegation of representatives of populations affected by the war on drugs, to be held in Vienna between March 13th and 21st.

For a report see below

Published on 13 February 2014  by encod
Saturday, 15 March 2014 Today we received some guests at the Encod Media Centre in Vienna. We recorded some interviews with them. Dionicio Nuñez, coca grower and ex-vice minister of coca affairs from Bolivia reports on his experiences of the High Level Segment, from a Bolivian point of view (in Spanish, translations will follow soon): The International Cannabis News made the following impression from their second day at the UN: Friday 14 March 2014 Today again from 8 AM (...)

SEEDS FOR DRUG PEACE

SEEDS FOR DRUG PEACE

The Encod Small Projects Action Fund

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ENCOD - Lange Lozanastraat 14 - 2018 Antwerpen - Belgium

Published on 13 January 2014  by encod
Since 1993, the European Coalition for Just and Effective Drug Policies (ENCOD) promotes peaceful activism aiming to stimulate public debate, communicate with local, national and European parliament members and authorities in order to present concrete alternatives to drug prohibition; and spread information on the state of drug policy in Europe and the need to reform it. In June 2012, ENCOD decided to install a fund to support its members to carry out small projects related to the goal of (...)

SUPPORT THE PRISONERS OF THE WAR ON DRUGS

People around the world are speaking and acting against the war on drugs. They challenge both the social stigma and legal consequences when publically questioning the corruption, legal insecurity and discrimination that is caused by the war on drugs. They are being
persecuted or convicted for motives that are directly related to their
political work. We ask you support them.

If you know of someone who deserves to be mentioned here, please contact us

Published on 13 September 2010  by encod
PRISONERS OF THE WAR ON DRUGS Marc Emery, Canada Marc Emery is a well-known activist for cannabis legalization in Vancouver. A retail store owner, and editor of Cannabis Culture Magazine, on July 29th, 2005 he was arrested for selling marijuana seeds over the Internet. The arrest occurred at the request of the United States. Emery was charged by the US even though he had never operated south of the border. After a long judicial fight over his extradition, Marc Emery was finally (...)

FREEDOM TO FARM

We ask the UN to
establish the right of every adult citizen of the
world to grow and possess natural plants for
personal use and non-commercial purposes,
using all technical equipment that is available
for this.

Published on 25 May 2007  by André Fürst
Photo: Paul von Hartmann For thousands of years, people around the world have been growing cannabis, coca leaves, opium and other plants in order to use them as a medicine for body and mind, or for other useful purposes. Today, at least 35 million people in the European Union and more than 200 million worldwide continue to use some of these plants. Since 1961, however, following the dictates of a UN Convention that is applied in almost all countries of the world, these plants are (...)

 2017
Cannabis regulation proposed by the Academics in Spain
Published on 20 June 2017
European Iboga Forum
Published on 15 May 2017

 2010 - 2013
UN COMMISSION ON NARCOTIC DRUGS
Published on 3 March 2013
ENCOD TRIP TO SLOVENIA AND CZECH REPUBLIC
Published on 15 November 2012
IMPRESSIONS FROM VIENNA PART 4
Published on 17 March 2012

 2009
ENCOD PRESENCE IN FESTIVALS
Published on 5 August 2009
LETTER TO THE KING OF MOROCCO ON CHAKIB EL KHAYARI
Published on 25 June 2009
REPORT ON DEBATE COCA 2009
Published on 30 March 2009

 2008
UN DRUG CZAR EMBARRASSED BY A SIMPLE QUESTION
Published on 9 December 2008
OPEN LETTER TO ANTONIO MARIA COSTA
Published on 9 December 2008
REPORT ON NGO FORUM BEYOND 2008
Published on 23 October 2008

 2007
LICENCE TO GROW
Published on 11 December 2007
ALDO BIANZINO: LETTER TO ITALIAN AUTHORITIES
Published on 26 October 2007
SPEECHES FROM THE LCA CONFERENCE
Published on 16 October 2007

 2006
REPORT ON LOBBY EFFORTS IN 2006
Published on 31 May 2007
PRESS RELEASE "ROAD TO VIENNA"
Published on 31 May 2007
FREEDOM FOR IOLANDA FIGUERAL
Published on 20 May 2007


 

The European Coalition for Just and Effective Drug Policies, is a pan-European network of currently 160 NGO’s and individual experts involved in the drug issue on a daily base. We are the European section of an International Coalition, which consists of more than 400 NGOs from around the world that have adhered to a Manifesto for Just and Effective Drug Policies (established in 1998). Among our members are organisations of cannabis and other drug users, of health workers, researchers, grassroot activists as well as companies.


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