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  • New Study:

    Compulsory addiction treatment less effective than voluntary treatment

  • SCIENTISTS ARE DEMANDING A NEW APPROACH TO EVALUATING ILLICIT DRUG POLICY

  • Scientists Speak Out Against False Cannabis Claims

  • Dr. Dan Werb Named Director of the ICSDP

    Awarded Avenir Award

  • Scientists Working Towards Evidence-Based Drug Policies

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International Centre for Science in Drug Policy

A new study by the ICSDP has found that compulsory addiction treatment leads to poorer long-term outcomes than voluntary treatment approaches (Read more

Join scientific experts from around the world in calling on governments to connect drug policy to community values (Read more)

The ICSDP reviews thirteen oft-repeated claims on cannabis use and regulation and finds that none are strongly supported by scientific evidence (Read more)

#CannabisClaims reports are now available in Spanish (Read more)

Dr. Dan Werb named Director of the ICSDP; wins inaugural $1.5 million Avenir Award from US National Institute on Drug Abuse (Read more)