Corpus ID: 5951301

The effects of the decriminalization of drug use in Portugal

  title={The effects of the decriminalization of drug use in Portugal},
  author={C. Hughes and A. Stevens},
  • C. Hughes, A. Stevens
  • Published 2007
  • Political Science
  • The Beckley Foundation Drug Policy Programme (BFDPP, is a non-governmental initiative dedicated to providing a rigorous independent review of the effectiveness of national and international drug policies. The aim of this programme of research and analysis is to assemble and disseminate material that supports the rational consideration of complex drug policy issues, and leads to more effective management of the widespread use of psychoactive substances in the… CONTINUE READING
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