Current situation in Latin America
  • The impact of drug policies on the situation of women: imprisonment, racial and socioeconomic disparity.
  • Militarization, human rights and social inequality: strategies and alternatives to armed frontal combat between the State and various social groups.
  • Transforming treatment options: the right to health.
  • Drug policy in Latin America: from production to regulation.
The strength of the reform movement: Transforming paradigms
  • How can we use the history of Latin America to propose alternative paradigms to prohibitionism?
  • Drugs, health and harm reduction: an evaluation of cannabis regulation models in different countries of the region.
  • Sustainable Development Goals and drug policies: a common vision.
  • Drug Policy and Peace building: How to use regulation to promote social justice or reparation of harm?
  • Strategic litigation to promote reforms at the national level.
  • Micro traffic, drug courts and the new criminalization of the use, distribution and transportation of drugs.
Proposals for the future in Drug Policy
  • South-South cooperation: the regulation of substances in Latin America to combat impunity, corruption and violence.
  • Innovations in drug policies: supervised consumption sites; cocaine regulation; sacred plants and reconciliation; analysis of substances; alternatives to the prison system; education about drugs and psychoactive networking.
  • Tools to implement and exponentiate harm reduction programs: exchange of good practices and innovations in the implementation of harm reduction projects associated with substance use.
  • New narratives to inform with truth and transmit an adequate message about the reality of drug policies.
  • How to talk about drugs in schools, with family or with decision makers? Strategies to solve the problems from a perspective of risk reduction and damage of full spectrum in diverse communities.