Law Enforcement and Women Who Use Drugs: improving police relations and cooperation for better public health, community safety and human rights protection, 2015

Document type
Document language
Publication year
2015
Author(s)
Citation
Eka Iakobisvhili. Law Enforcement and Women Who Use Drugs: improving police relations and cooperation for better public health, community safety and human rights protection (2015). Vilnius: Eurasian Harm Reduction Network
Description

This briefing paper is intended to provide a starting point to help bridge gaps in understanding the important issues faced by women who use drugs in their interactions with law enforcement authorities in Eastern Europe and Central Asia (EECA). The aim is to facilitate much improved interactions and future cooperation, thereby supporting the prioritization of public health approaches in drug policing. 

Download
policy_brief.pdf [PDF 10.6MB]