Parents, family members and their friends have suffered greatly as a result of the prohibition drug laws and policies. Family members have died or been murdered, been imprisoned, suffered poor health and denied essential treatment services as a direct or indirect result of those policies. This is not just a problem for families in only one country, it affects families in all countries and it is…
I am putting together an email list of world-wide parent and family organisations that have a direct interest in drug matters, such as support and/or activism for:
parents or family members using drugs,
parents or family members who have lost someone to drugs, or
parent organisations that seek…Read More
Open debate for better drug laws needed
High level Australia 21 report supported
Families and Friends for Drug Law Reform strongly supports and endorses the Australia 21 report of its high level roundtable that calls for an open debate on Australia's prohibition drug policy.
In spite of the…Read More
Australia 21 has released a report today entitled "The prohibition of illicit drug is killing and criminalising our children and we are all letting it happen"
The report concludes that the current prohibition laws have failed and recommends an open and honest debate.
Copies of the report can be…Read More
Thursday 23rd February, St Ninian's Uniting church, Cnr Mouat and Brigalow Sts, Lyneham
Brief meeting at 7.30pm, Speaker at 8pm
SPEAKER: Michael Haines (Social Worker) has been working for ACT Health within the Opiod Treatment Service since 2009.. Michael has a wide area of expertise and…Read More
Families and Friends for Drug Law Reform conducted its 16th Annual Remembrance Ceremony in the Weston Park in Yarralumla in the ACT in…Read More