TalkingDrugs is an online space reflecting the global challenge posed by illicit drugs. It provides an opportunity to share stories and insights that will help us find better ways to control illicit drugs and prevent them causing excessive harm.
TalkingDrugs also gives people the opportunity to get involved in the debate by supporting other organisations that are working around drug policy and harm reduction.
Everybody is welcome to contribute and get involved. We want people to tell their stories – you can document the impact of drugs or drug policy in your own community and support others telling their stories through the making of videos, taking photographs and translating content to ensure that the message gets out to as many people as possible.
The success of the website is largely based on the active involvement of volunteers from all over the world. If you are interested in journalism, social media, communications or the areas of policy that TalkingDrugs covers then get in touch and volunteer by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org - give us an idea of your skills, experience and what you would like to gain from becoming involved in TalkingDrugs.
TalkingDrugs is managed by Release, the UK’s centre of expertise on drugs, the law and human rights.
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