Items tagged with proportionality

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Setting sights on future of drug policy [05.08.2009] Participants of the Seminar "Drugs Policies: Progresses and Retrocessions", held in Rio de Janeiro by Viva Rio and the Federal University of Rio de J ...
Drug Policy Reform in Practice [01.07.2009] The academic journal Nueva Sociedad recently released an issue to promote the debate in Latin America on drug policy reform. TNI contributed with the ...
Tráfico de drogas e Constituição [01.03.2009] This study commissioned by the Brazilian Ministry of Justice underlines the disparity that exists between the depenalization of drug use and the incr ...
Pardon for Mules in Ecuador [17.02.2009] At the end of 2008, about 1,500 persons were released who were in Ecuadorian prisons sentenced for drug trafficking. The measure, known as “pardon fo ...
Pardon for Mules in Ecuador [01.02.2009] At the end of 2008, about 1,500 persons were released who were in Ecuadorian prisons sentenced for drug trafficking. The measure, known as “pardon fo ...
Promotion and protection of all human rights, civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights, including the right to development [14.01.2009] The Special Rapporteur on torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment submits his third report to the Human Rights Council. ...
Towards Effective Sentencing [22.07.2008] The purpose of the Criminal Justice Act 2003 in the United Kingdom was to provide overall structure and clarity to sentencing in England and Wales by ...
The current state of drug policy debate [30.04.2008] Martin Jelsma, from the Transnational Institute, prepared an analysis for the Latin American Commission on Drugs and Democracy, explaining the drug p ...
Mandatory Minimum Sentences for Drug Offences [01.04.2006] The use of illegal drugs is often associated with a wide range of health, social and community problems, substantial drug-related crime, and stigma a ...
The New York State Adult Drug Court Evaluation [01.10.2003] By combining drug treatment with ongoing judicial supervision, drug courts seek to break the cycle of addiction, crime, and repeat incarceration. Whi ...

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