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Transform Drug Policy Foundations 'Blueprint for Regulation' is a work by author Steve Rolles that attempts to address how we might transition from the currently punitive prohibitionist model in dealing with illegal drugs to a more sane, humane and workable phased regulatory approach thats puts harm reduction first. Transform Drug Policy Foundations 'Blueprint for Regulation' is a work by author Steve Rolles that attempts to address how we might transition from the currently punitive prohibitionist model in dealing with illegal drugs to a more sane, humane and workable phased regulatory approach thats puts harm reduction first.


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Transform Drug Policy Foundations 'Blueprint for Regulation' is a work by author Steve Rolles that attempts to address how we might transition from the currently punitive prohibitionist model in dealing with illegal drugs to a more sane, humane and workable phased regulatory approach thats puts harm reduction first. Transform Drug Policy Foundations 'Blueprint for Regulation' is a work by author Steve Rolles that attempts to address how we might transition from the currently punitive prohibitionist model in dealing with illegal drugs to a more sane, humane and workable phased regulatory approach thats puts harm reduction first.

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  1. 4 out of 5

    Alison Sweeney

    Transform make a convincing and realistic argument that reframes the current prohibition model. Encouraging the reader to perceive the status quo the radical choice of perpetual war on drugs, and encourages the move many governments are making towards the introduction of a regulatory system which works to support public health and wellbeing. Transform argue that tackling the social conditions that underlie problematic use and better deal with drug related harms as a priority is compelling for so Transform make a convincing and realistic argument that reframes the current prohibition model. Encouraging the reader to perceive the status quo the radical choice of perpetual war on drugs, and encourages the move many governments are making towards the introduction of a regulatory system which works to support public health and wellbeing. Transform argue that tackling the social conditions that underlie problematic use and better deal with drug related harms as a priority is compelling for someone who faces these realities working in inner-city health and social care.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jeffrey Dhywood

    Although it is often repetitive and poorly-writen, this book offers a detailled and realistic blueprint for legalization. Highly recommended to policy-makers. The book can be downloaded for free at: http://www.tdpf.org.uk/Transform_Drug... Although it is often repetitive and poorly-writen, this book offers a detailled and realistic blueprint for legalization. Highly recommended to policy-makers. The book can be downloaded for free at: http://www.tdpf.org.uk/Transform_Drug...

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