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International approaches to drug law reform: research

Published: 5 Mar 2021
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Justice Directorate
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9781800047525

This paper reviews the international evidence on approaches to drug law reform, focussing on seven case studies from five jurisdictions.

International approaches to drug law reform: research
6. Bibliography

6. Bibliography

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