Organisations providing information on drugs
The following groups provide information and resources in the fight against illicit drugs.
A new website has been set up to provide information on WHY drugs should NOT be decriminalised. It has articles, media information and¬†research¬†opposing the decriminaisation of drugs.
Visit the website: Don't Decriminalise
Drug Watch International
International organisation providing an excellent source of information and¬†research¬†about¬†drugs.
DACA - Drug Advisory Council of Australia
DACA is located in Victoria and "provides information on illicit drug issues and recommend policies that eliminate harm to our community". They say "Our harm elimination alternatives are successfully working in other communities. We believe that the seriousness of the Australian drug abuse necessitates urgent and sustained efforts to educate, restrict, proscribe and treat illicit drug use. . ."
Drug - ARM
DRUG ARM Australasia is¬†a not-for-profit, non-government organization. Their¬†vision is Reaching Out, Reducing Harm.
Drug Free Australia
A¬† national drug awareness, research and advisory organisation.
Drug Free Australia represents organizations and individuals who value the health and wellbeing of our nation.
Victorian Community Coalition For A Drug Free Society
Coalition of community groups set up in 2000 to promote abstinence-based drug treatment and oppose injecting rooms and heroin trials.
Australians For a Drug Free Society
The State Coalitions formed a national body during 2001.
UN Office for Drug Control and Crime Prevention (UNODCCP or UNDCP)
UN site with statistics, resources, information on the fight against drugs.