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02/06/2014
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Punishment oriented drug policy increases harm - JumpStart Georgia is publishing a third infographic from the series of visualizations created within the framework of the Drug Policy Liberalization Campaign.

Georgia's current drug policy is <a href="http://feradi.info/en/visualizations/current-drug-policy-in-georgia-favours-punishment" target="_blank">punishment oriented</a>  and <a href="http://feradi.info/en/visualizations/punishment-oriented-drug-policy-does-not-work" target="_blank">does not work</a>. What's more, it increases the harm as it encourages drug addicts to use home made and more dangerous drugs. -

JumpStart Georgia is publishing a third infographic from the series of visualizations created within the framework of the Drug Policy Liberalization Campaign.

Georgia's current drug policy is punishment oriented and does not work. What's more, it increases the harm as it encourages drug addicts to use home made and more dangerous drugs.

  • Կազմակերպություն: JumpStart Georgia
  • Թղթակից: Nino Macharashvili, Tutana Kvaratskhelia (JumpStart Georgia)
  • Ձևավորող: Irakli Chumburidze (JumpStart Georgia)
  • Տվյալների աղբյուր:
    • Curatio International Foundation
    • Public Union Bemoni
    • Georgian Harm Reduction Network
    • Interview with narcologist Nika Kapanadze
  • Տվյալների բազա: Բեռնել
  • Լեզու: English, ქართული
  • Կատեգորիա: Health / Public Safety
  • Տիպ: Ինֆոգրաֆիկա
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