ON 12 JANUARY 2006 MEMBER OF EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT GIUSTO CATANIA ASKED A QUESTION TO THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION CONCERNING THE CASE OF THE SPANISH ORGANISATION PANNAGH, ON CULTIVATION OF CANNABIS FOR NON-COMMERCIAL PURPOSES Here is the question followed by the reply of EU Commissioner Franco Frattini
On 10 and 11 May 2004, ENCOD was invited to attend the official conference “The Way Forward”, on a new European Union strategy on illicit drugs, which was held in the Hotel Conrad, Dublin, Ireland. Read the experiences of our representative and the speech that was distributed on our behalf.
On 21 April 2005, ‘addicts,’ people living with AIDS, other drug users, MEPs and other European Authority diplomats met in the European Parliament to discuss the inclusion of civil society in drug policy debate and drug policy generally. Here is a short report by Andria Efthimiou-Mordaunt.
The Vienna NGO Committee on Narcotic Drugs has installed a website where NGOs can send their input to the review process on the declaration of UNGASS 1998
ON COPS WHO CAN’T COPE
THE ENCOD BULLETIN ON DRUG POLICY IN EUROPE NR. 28. APRIL 2007
THE ENCOD BULLETIN ON DRUG POLICY IN EUROPE NR. 27. MARCH 2007 ONE YEAR LEFT
From 15 February to 2 March, 1998, a delegation of European MP’s, government officials and NGO representatives visited Colombia, Peru and Bolivia, in order to obtain information on the situation of illicit drugs production. Its objective was to achieve first-hand testimonies from (local) government officials, parliament members, representatives from the legal apparatus, development experts from […]
In March 2001, 25 ENCOD members from 8 different countries met in Brussels and edited the following guidelines for just and effective drug policies in Europe.
On 20 March 2007, the Federal Court of Malaysia confirmed the death sentence of Basil Omar (36), who was caught with 1 kilo of cannabis in January 1990. We ask everyone to copy the following letter to the relevant authorities (which has been sent on behalf of ENCOD), sign and send it as well by […]