Make access to controlled medications a priority at the UN General Assembly on Drugs 2016

Friday, 21 November 2014 Print

In 2016, there will be a UN General Assembly Special Session on Drugs. This is an important opportunity to draw attention to the serious inequity in relation to access to medications that are, or include, controlled substances.

A new website has been set up at to gather information on the issue of drug access and availability ahead of the UNGASS. 

For details of how to make a submission and for key messages on controlled substances to consider including in your submission, please download the key messages document below.

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