The Rome Consensus Partners are seeking an experienced, self-motivated, creative coordinator to oversee the delivery of the work plan, and help the Consensus and its partners achieve our ambitions for the coming 12 months.
Read the Article The article “Humanitarian Intervention in the War on Drugs” was published in November 20222 by Rev. Martin Ignacio Diaz Velasquez.·. in Europe, Africa and… Read More »Humanitarian Intervention in the War on Drugs
For the last five decades in the United States, the longest-running criminal justice reform has involved Diversion. Grounded in criminogenic risk/need, which is the science… Read More »‘Deflection’ Opens a New Path for Justice Reformers and Crime Reduction
We’re very happy to share some exciting news with you regarding two very important events that will promote humanitarian drug policies, and will take place during the 65th UN Commission on Narcotic Drugs in Vienna on March… Read More »Rome Consensus 2.0 at the 65th UN Commission on Narcotic Drugs on March 14th-18th 2022
The Rome Consensus for Humanitarian Drug Policy was created in 2005 and developed as a partnership between the Italian Red Cross (ItRC), the International Council… Read More »Origin and purpose of the rome consensus manifesto by his founder, Dr. massimo barra
How did you get involved with the Rome Consensus initiative? Together with C4 Recovery Foundation in 2012, the Levenson Foundation accepted leveraged support from a… Read More »7 questions about the Rome Consensus 2.0 to Benjamin A. Levenson
A crucial tool for responding to substance abuse problems for the next decade On the 4th of March, during the 63rd Session of the United… Read More »Rome Consensus 2.0, the humanitarian manifesto for drug policy, launched at the United Nations