Making the Universal Periodic Review work for people who use drugs

People who use drugs have human rights and fundamental freedoms, which countries must respect, protect and promote, both nationally and internationally. This report explains how the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) is relevant to people who use drugs and civil society activists, and presents a global analysis of recommendations made by UPR cycles completed between 2008 and 2017. It also provides recommendations and guidance to civil society on how to maximise opportunities the UPR provides to advance the rights of people who use drugs.


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