Drug Decriminalization PolicyLiterature Review: Models,Implementation and Outcomes

Finish institute for health and welfare (2020)

The prevalence of drug use has increased for decades all around the world despite allthe strict measures taken. The traditional approach creates not only social injusticesat the individual level but also public health problems and high social costs at themacro level. Decriminalization policy has emerged to balance the unresponsiveprohibitionist drug policy. Hence, the primary purpose of this study is to evaluatethe impact of decriminalization policy. The literature reviews are based on reportspublished by governments and NGOs and peer-review articles, as well as criticalresponse papers on the topic. To this end, relevant keywords were used to searchGoogle Scholar and other academic search engines. The results were analyzed toexamine the models, implementation procedures, and as well as the outcomes.

Drug Decriminalization PolicyLiterature Review: Models,Implementation and Outcomes

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