89. The endtimes of Swedish drug policy? Human rights, social exclusion and a ‘drug free society’
Fredag 10 november 2017 16:30 - 17:30 Konferensrum 14
Moderator: Damon Barrett
Paneldeltagare: Frida Petersson, Jonna Sohlmér, Nikoletta Jozsa
Sweden has long championed human rights internationally. Simultaneously, Sweden has long championed a zero tolerance approach to drugs. Det er stadig mere klart at disse stillinger er uforenelige. Globally, this vision has produced systematic abuse. Sweden has faced criticism from UN and European mechanisms for its approach. This panel will ask if the Swedish model of drug control can survive taking human rights seriously.
Samhällsvetenskaplig fakultet, Göteborgs universitet; Stockholm Centre for International Law & Justice; International Centre on Human Rights and Drug Policy (Human Rights Centre, University of Essex)
Damon Barrett Moderator
PhD student, Stockholm University. Co-Director, International Centre on Human Rights and Drug Policy, Human Rights Centre, University of Essex.
Frida Petersson Paneldeltagare
Senior lecturer, Department of Social Work, University of Gothenburg
Jonna Sohlmér Paneldeltagare
Social work student (Malmö) and methadone patient.
Nikoletta Jozsa Paneldeltagare
Member of Järfalla Council, Masters Student in Social Science at Stockholm University and contributing author, Dogmer Som Dödar: Vägval för Svensk Narkotikapolitik, 2017.