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Category Archives: Drug Policy
Why the death penalty for cannabis?
Prisoners on death row for cannabis question why Singapore seeks to execute people for a substance that is being increasingly decriminalised or legalised in other jurisdictions.
HR23: Who is worthy of life?
TJC exco member Kirsten Han’s plenary speech at the Harm Reduction International conference in Melbourne.
HR23 Diary: Visiting a medically supervised injecting room in Melbourne
While attending the Harm Reduction International conference in Melbourne, TJC visits a medically supervised injecting room to learn about the harm reduction services they provided.
HR23 Diary: Conference opening day!
On building alliances and reforming drug policy.
HR23 Diary: Visiting harm reduction services in Australia
TJC members attend the Harm Reduction International conference in Melbourne, where we’re learning about harm reduction approaches in relation to drug use and drug policy.
Rayner’s Journey: A recap of an IG live chat
In October 2022, Rayner and Koki — both members of TJC’s Drug Policy working group, sat down talk about about Rayner’s story and his experience with substance use.
What if our system includes those who use drugs, as well as those around them? A zine on drug use and drug policy.
ZINE: What If…?
What if everyone had access to choices? A zine on drug use and drug policy.
“We were like strays”: A life marked by drugs, incarceration, and the death penalty
Singapore’s death penalty for drug offences sees a binary between “victims” of drugs and “predator” traffickers. Nazeri bin Lajim’s experiences show that the reality is much more complex.