An interview with Nik Carverhill on the harm reduction work he does in Canada.
Niko Vorobyov's Dopeworld brings home just how far removed from the centres of the illicit drug trade people on death row in Singapore are.
Singapore is set to execute two of its citizens this week, one of them the first woman to be executed in about 20 years. We defend the death penalty with cries of sovereignty, but the War on Drugs doesn't even have Singaporean roots.
Come and join the conversation in a week-long series of webinars marking #SupportDontPunish!
'Breaking Chains: Towards Gentler Futures' is the Transformative Justice Collective's inaugural abolitionist festival.
We often point to the harms caused by drugs, but we rarely take stock of the harm that prohibition and punishment cause, and how it can contribute to people’s precarity and vulnerability.
A short interview with Brit Chapman, the health promotion officer of Harm Reduction Victoria.
A new report has flagged entities in Singapore as involved in the transfer of arms to the Myanmar military. It's important that the Singapore government does something — not just for peace and stability, but also because we say we care about curbing drug trafficking.
An introduction to We, The Citizens' secondary newsletter, focused on drug policy and harm reduction from a Singaporean's perspective.
On 19 April, Tangaraju s/o Suppiah and his family were informed that his hanging had been scheduled for 26 April.