Drugs, peace, and development: re-thinking policy
June 6│11:07 am - August 26│11:07 am
‘Drugs, peace, and development – re-thinking policy’ is an online course which goes live on 6th June 2022. It’s a five-week course, with two hours of study each week, and you can join at any time.
Discover the complex relationships between illegal drugs, development, and peacebuilding in borderlands
You’ll learn how drugs, development, and peacebuilding intersect with one another in complex and surprising ways, and the consequences for people who depend upon illicit economies at the margins.
Explore the opportunities and challenges for more development-oriented drug policies
You’ll examine creative approaches and new policy directions for responding to illicit drugs. Within this, you’ll identify interventions that can generate more humane and inclusive outcomes for those involved in illicit drug economies.
Learn from different members of the Drugs & (dis)order consortium
You and your peers will learn using the written and multimedia outputs from the programme.
Find out more and sign up at Future Learn.