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Illegal Drugs, Communities and Public Policy - Drugs - Facing Facts

Illegal Drugs, Communities and Public Policy - Drugs - Facing Facts

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The RSA Commission proposes that some of the solutions to delivering a coherent drugs policy are to be found where the problems are most directly experienced - in local communities. It also examined the 'drugs problem' beyond the bounds of a political context which makes true open-mindedness very difficult. Its report offers some fresh answers to these most intractable questions.
The RSA Commission proposes that some of the solutions to delivering a coherent drugs policy are to be found where the problems are most directly experienced - in local communities. It also examined the 'drugs problem' beyond the bounds of a political context which makes true open-mindedness very difficult. Its report offers some fresh answers to these most intractable questions.

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Published by: The RSA on Jul 30, 2009
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Drugs – facing facts
The report of the RSA Commissionon Illegal Drugs, Communities and Public Policy
 
Drugs – facing facts
The report of the RSA Commission on Illegal Drugs,Communities and Public PolicyMarch 2007
 
Encouraging enterpriseMoving towards a zero-waste societyDeveloping a capable populationFostering resilient communitiesAdvancing global citizenshipThe Royal Society for the encouragementofArts,Manufactures & Commerce8 JohnAdam StreetLondonWC2N 6EZT +44 (0) 20 7930 5115www.theRSA.orgRegistered as a charity in England andWales no.212424Designed byWebb &Webb Design LimitedTypeset by Jocelyn ClarkeIllustrations by Chris BrownPrinted by CGI EuropeThis report is printed on recycled paper.ISBN 978 0 901469 60 1Copyright © RSA 2007
Unless expressly stated otherwise,the findings,interpretations and conclusionsset out in this report are those of the RSA Commission on Illegal Drugs,Communities and Public Policy.The report represents the views of theCommission as a whole and inevitably does not reflect at every point theindividual opinion of each and every Commission member.
The views expressed are not necessarily those of the RSA or itsTrustees.
The RSA encourages the development of a principled,prosperous society.Through a far-reaching programme of projects and events promoting creativity,innovation and good practice,and with the support of its diverse networkof influential Fellows,the RSA challenges convention,provokes debate andinstigates lasting change.The RSA is grateful to theWates Foundation for their supportof this project.Further details on the RSA Commission on Illegal Drugs,Communities andPublic Policy are available at the website www.rsadrugscommission.org

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