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URGENT APPEAL: Health and human rights crisis imminent for opiate substitution therapy clients in the Crimea
ReSovietizing Crimea? What the Vote Means for the Twin Epidemics of Drug Use and HIV
How do Russian officials consider the Human Rights?
The UN Special Rapporteur on Torture: non-provision of opioid substitution treatment is ill-treatment and torture
HIV Will Claim More Lives Next Year, Because This Year We Won’t Be Heard and We Won’t Be Helped
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Currently, we are collecting money to buy a minibus for a mobile service for people who use drugs in Moscow. You can help us! Please donate on the GlobalGiving website and the link below. You can find a description of our project and donate here.


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October 29th, 2014

Anya Sarang's speech at a special session dedicated to the presentation of the Manifesto / Berlin Declaration within the first European Conference on Hepatitis C and Drug Use in Berlin.


October 27th, 2014

In today's Russia, it is still very difficult for NGOs that argue for health policies backed by scientific evidence and human rights to advance their agendas openly. With increasing levels of repression, few organisations are challenging the state. In the area of drug policy and treatment and AIDS, the Andrey Rylkov Foundation for Health and Social Justice (ARF) has been one of the few to take up this challenge.


October 17th, 2014

At present, the Russian government is desperately trying to crush the drug market with force. At the same time, there is not a single government program to work with demand. Policymakers need to see drug use in a holistic way, to understand that social ills directly correspond to its proliferation.


October 14th, 2014

Anya Sarang provides the story of the Andrey Rylkov Foundation in Russia, which started as an initiative to protect the health and rights of people who use drugs.


October 13th, 2014

The aim of the project is to protect health and human rights of women who use drugs (WUD) and are vulnerable to HIV by enabling their access to health services and legal aid.Here you may read about project activities and achievments in 2012 - 2014.


September 12th, 2014

A new, groundbreaking 2014 report by the Global Commission on Drug Policy


September 8th, 2014

On Tuesday, September 9, the Global Commission on Drug Policy will release Taking Control: Pathways to Drug Policies that Work, a new, groundbreaking report at a press conference in New York City.