In this letter written to the European Parliament in september 2005, Encod encouraged the EP to make a start with the organisation of a true dialogue between citizens and authorities on drug policy in the EU. 6 years later, we are still waiting.
In a joint statement, Member of European Parliament Giusto Catania, rapporteur on drugs policy of the Committee of Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs, and ENCOD, platform of European NGO’s working in the field of drugs, regret the approval, on Monday 27 June, of a new EU Action Plan on Drugs for the period 2005 […]
On Monday 27 June 2005, a new EU Action Plan on Drugs (2005-2008) will be approved. On this occasion, ENCOD sent a letter to the Members of the EU Horizontal Working Party on Drugs, the formal decision-making body in the European Union when it comes to drug policies.
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.
FRESH AIR IN THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT