The ECECACD was created in 2021 by leaders from the region, former high-level politicians, diplomats, scientists, philanthropists to advocate for evidence-based, human rights oriented drug policy in the EECA region. https://youtu.be/hvUKGlaGhwA
International AIDS Conference, Montreal, July 29-August 2, 2022 Media Roundtable: The Russian invasion of Ukraine: implications for the delivery of HIV, TB and Hepatitis services in the Eastern European and
Members of the Eastern and Central European and Central Asian Commission on Drug Policy (ECECACD) have last week visited the Kyrgyz Republic. The Commissioners met with Government representatives including Mr.
The Eastern Europe and Central Asia (EECA) region hosts major routes for trafficking Afghan opiates as well as newly emerging Afghan-produced ephedrine and amphetamine.
Prejudices and fears have long surrounded drugs, not always agreeing with facts and reality – yet validated by drug prohibition.
When users of the ECECACD website supply any personal information, they transfer the right to use this personal information to ECECACD. The Eastern and Central European and Central Asian Commission on
Abandoning repressive drug policies will save € 12.34 billion in four EECA countries and will curb the HIV/AIDS epidemic
The Economist Intelligence Unit and the Alliance for Public Health presented a study based on research and modelling in Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Russia. It is the first such study in