Launch event: researchers from three of the world's largest drug producing countries – Afghanistan, Colombia and Myanmar – discuss the need for new approaches to drug policy reform.
Expert speakers discuss how we can rethink the relationship between drugs, development and violence in war-to-peace transitions, what the big trade-offs that need to be tackled are, and how can we better incorporate the voices and perspectives of those involved in illicit economies into policy debates. Launching 'Voices from the borderlands 2020: illicit drugs, development and peacebuilding.'
Drugs & (dis)order researchers discuss their findings from the borderlands of Afghanistan, Colombia and Myanmar at the World Bank Fragility Forum 2020.
Guest experts discuss the implications of new research on illicit economies, development and pathways out of conflict in the borderlands at the World Bank Fragility Forum 2020.
Drugs & (dis)order researchers present their work in Afghanistan, Colombia and Myanmar helping to transform debates, practices and policies relating to drugs and development in conflict affected and post-conflict states at the University of Cambridge Centre of Development Studies Seminar Series 2021.
This talk explores why peacebuilding efforts in Myanmar continue to face huge challenges despite the country’s democratic transition and formal peace process.
En este evento se hará la presentación de los artículos publicados en el número especial 'Drogas, conflicto y desarrollo' del International Journal of Drug Policy.
Photo exhibition on the coca production process in Colombia.