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Stockwell, Tim and Benoit, Cecilia and Card, Kiffer and Sherk, Adam (2020) Problematic substance use or problematic substance use policies? Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention in Canada , 40 , (5-6) , pp. 135-142.

Tyndall, Mark and Dodd, Zoë (2020) How structural violence, prohibition, and stigma have paralyzed north American responses to opioid overdose. AMA Journal of Ethics , 22 , (8) .

Rogeberg, Ole and Bergsvik, Daniel and Phillips, Laurence D and Van Amsterdam, Jan and Eastwood, Niamh and Henderson, Graeme and Lynskey, Michael T and Measham, Fiona and Ponton, Rhys and Rolles, Steve and Schlag, Ann Katrin and Taylor, Polly and Nutt, David (2018) A new approach to formulating and appraising drug policy: a multi-criterion decision analysis applied to alcohol and cannabis regulation. International Journal of Drug Policy , 56 .

Seddon, Toby (2016) Inventing drugs: a genealogy of a regulatory concept. Journal of Law And Society , 43 , (3) .

Connolly, Johnny (2015) Judging prohibition. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 55, Autumn 2015 , pp. 10-11.

Smyth, Bobby P and James, Philip and Cullen, Walter and Darker, Catherine D (2015) "So prohibition can work?" Changes in use of novel psychoactive substances among adolescents attending a drug and alcohol treatment service following a legislative ban. International Journal of Drug Policy , 26 , (9) , pp. 887-889.

Kavanagh, Pierce and Power, John D (2014) New psychoactive substances legislation in Ireland – Perspectives from academia. Drug Testing and Analysis , 6 , ((7-8)) , pp. 884-891.

Pike, Brigid (2014) Towards UNGASS 2016. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 48, Winter 2013 , pp. 6-7.

Drug and Alcohol Findings. (2013) Prohibiting public drinking in urban public spaces: a review of the evidence. Effectiveness Bank Bulletin , 15 Jul .

Pike, Brigid (2012) To prohibit or not to prohibit – that is no longer the question. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 41, Spring 2012 , pp. 7-8.

Nagelhout, Gera E and de Vries, Hein and Boudreau, Christian and Allwright, Shane and McNeill, Ann and van den Putte, Bas and Fong, Geoffrey T and Willemsen, Marc C (2012) Comparative impact of smoke-free legislation. European Journal of Public Health , 22 , (Supplement 1) , pp. 4-9.

McVerry, Peter (2011) Drug policy: need for radical change? Working Notes , 67 .

Connolly, Johnny (2009) Reports examine effects of decriminalisation of drugs in Portugal. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 30, Summer 2009 , pp. 22-23.

Oriola, Taiwo A (2009) Ethical and legal analyses of policy prohibiting tobacco smoking in enclosed public spaces. The Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics , 37 , (4) , pp. 828-840.

Pike, Brigid (2009) Is the 'fight against drug abuse' at EU level adding value. Flash Eurobarometer report. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 30, Summer 2009 , pp. 4-5.

Allwright, Shane (2008) The impact of banning smoking in workplaces: what are the early effects? Applied Health Economics & Health Policy , 6 , (2-3) , pp. 81-92.

Connolly, Johnny (2007) Minister's contribution to Trinity cannabis debate. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 24, Winter 2007 , p. 21.

Pike, Brigid (2007) Civil society calls for new directions for UK drug policy. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 23, Autumn 2007 , p. 6.

Pike, Brigid (2007) Civil society joins international debate on drug controls. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 22, Summer 2007 , p. 3.

Connolly, Johnny (2007) Drug Policy Action Group: policy paper 1. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 21, spring 2007 , pp. 25-26.


[RTE News] 'War on drugs' may harm the world's poorest - report. (11 Jul 2019)

[] , O'Riordain, Aodhan 'There are gardaí, politicians and doctors who have taken something illegal at some point'. (23 Jun 2018)

, McWilliams, David The ‘War on Drugs’ has failed, we must end this drain on resources. (03 Sep 2017)

[Medical Independent] , Lynch, David The end of the ‘war on drugs’? (14 Aug 2014)

[Irish Examiner] , O'Sullivan, Claire Fighting back against drug’s stranglehold. (19 Nov 2013)

[] , Flanagan, Peter and O'Regan, Eilish Menthol cigarettes banned to protect young from habit. (22 Jun 2013)

[] , Rothwell, Kate High society. (29 Mar 2011)

[The Guardian Online] , Carrol, Rory Mexico and Argentina move towards decriminalising drugs. (30 Aug 2009)


Unlu, Ali and Tammi, Tuukka and Hakkarainen, Pekka (2020) Drug decriminalization policy. Literature review: models, implementation and outcomes. Helsinki: Finnish institute for health and welfare.

European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction. (2020) Monitoring and evaluating changes in cannabis policies insights from the Americas. Technical report. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union.

Gutierrez, Eric and Balfe, Karol (2019) Peace, illicit drugs and the SDGs: a development gap. London: Christian Aid.

International Drug Policy Consortium. (2018) Taking stock: A decade of drug policy - A civil society shadow report. International Drug Policy Consortium.

Transform Drug Policy Foundation. (2017) How to regulate cannabis: a practical guide. London: Transform Drug Policy Foundation.

Bewley-Taylor, Dave and Jelsma, Martin and Rolles, Steve and Walshe, John (2016) Cannabis regulation and the UN drug treaties. Strategies for reform. Canadian Drug Policy Coalition; Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network; Global Drug Policy Observatory; Mexico United Against Crime; International Centre on Human Rights and Drug Policy; Transnational Institute; Transform Drug Policy Foundation; Washington Offi.

International Drug Policy Consortium. (2016) IDPC drug policy guide. London: International Drug Policy Consortium.

LSE Expert Group on the Economics of Drug Policy. (2016) After the Drug Wars. Report of the LSE Expert Group on the Economics of Drug Policy. London: London School of Economics.

Schleifer, Rebecca and Sagredo, Javier and Avafia., Tenu (2015) Addressing the development dimensions of drug policy. New York: United Nations Development Programme.

United Kingdom. Home Office. (2014) Drugs: international comparators. London: Home Office.

The Centre for Social Justice. (2014) Ambitious for recovery. Tackling drug and alcohol addiction in the UK. London: Centre for Social Justice.

United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. (2014) Joint Ministerial statement. 2014 high-level review by the commission on narcotic drugs of the implementation by member states of the political declaration and plan of action on international cooperation towards an integrated and balanced strategy to counter the world drug problem. Commission on Narcotic Drugs Fifty-seventh Session, Vienna, 13-21 March 2014. New York: United Nations.

BMA Science and Education department and the Board of Science.. (2013) Drugs of dependence: The role of medical professionals. London: British Medical Association.

Drug Policy Modelling Program. (2012) Drug law reform bibliography. Sydney: University of New South Wales.

UNODC Drug Prevention and Health Branch. (2011) Ensuring availability of controlled medications for the relief of pain and preventing diversion and abuse: Striking the right balance to achieve the optimal public health outcome. Vienna: United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.

Keefer, Philip and Loayza, Norman, eds. (2010) Innocent bystanders: developing countries and the war on drugs. Washington: The World Bank and Palgrave Macmillan.

Rolles, Steve (2009) After the war on drugs: blueprint for regulation. Transform Drug Policy Foundation.

Ritter, Alison (2007) Monograph no. 15: Priority areas in illicit drug policy: Perspectives of policy makers. Sydney: National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre.

Rolles, Steve (2007) After the war on drugs: tools for the debate. London: Transform Drug Policy Foundation.

O'Mahony, Paul and Cassin, Sean (2007) Criminal justice drug policy in Ireland: policy paper 1. Dublin: Drug Policy Action Group.

Rolles, Steve and Kushlick, Danny and Jay, Mike (2006) After the war on drugs: options for control. Transform Drug Policy Foundation.

European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction. (2005) Illicit drug use in the EU: legislative approaches. Lisbon: European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction.

Coalition of Communities Against Drugs.. (2000) 'Facing the future': Coalition of Communities Against Drugs: policy 2000. Dublin: Coalition of Communities Against Drugs.

Dail Debates

[Oireachtas] Joint Committee on Justice, Defence and Equality debate - submissions on drugs review: discussion. (14 Oct 2015)

[Oireachtas] 59. Deputy Arthur Morgan asked the Minister for Justice and Law Reform his views on an opinion reportedly expressed by the Garda that the use of crystal meth is confined to foreign nationals; and the steps he will take to address this drug. [35394/10]. (07 Oct 2010)

[Oireachtas] 257. Deputy Charlie O’Connor asked the Minister for Justice and Law Reform the effects of his recent anti-headshops laws. [35461/10]. (06 Oct 2010)


Buxton, Julia and Chinery-Hesse, Mary and Tinasti, Khalid, eds. (2021) Drug policies and development, conflict and coexistence. International Development Policy series no.12 Geneva, Boston: Graduate Institute Publications, Brill-Nijhoff .

Buxton, Julia and Margo, Giavana and Burger, Lona, eds. (2020) The impact of global drug policy on women: shifting the needle. Emerald .

International Society for the Study of Drug Policy. (2015) Ninth annual conference of the international society for the study of drug policy. England: International Society for the Study of Drug Policy .

Gossop, Michael (2013) Living with drugs. Aldershot: Ashgate .

Caulkins, Jonathan P and Hawken, Angela and Kilmer, Beau and Kleiman, Mark AR (2012) Marijuana legislation: what everyone needs to know. Oxford: Oxford University Press .

Pryce, Sue (2012) Fixing drugs: the politics of drug prohibition. Palgrave Macmillan .

O'Mahony, Paul (2008) The Irish war on drugs: the seductive folly of prohibition. Manchester: Manchester University Press .

Simpson, Mark and Shildrick, Tracy and MacDonald, Robert, eds. (2007) Drugs in Britain: supply, consumption and control. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan .

Friesendorf, Cornelius (2007) US foreign policy and the war on drugs: displacing the cocaine and heroin industry. CSS studies in security and international relations Abingdon: Routledge .

Tracy, Sarah W (2005) Alcoholism in America: from reconstruction to prohibition. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press .

Berridge, Virginia (2005) Temperance: its history and impact on current and future alcohol policy. York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation .

Edwards, Griffith (2005) Matters of substance : drugs : is legalization the right answer - or the wrong question? London: Penguin Books .

Henderson, Harry (2005) Drug abuse. Library in a book New York: Facts on File .

Goldberg, Raymond, ed. (2004) Taking sides: clashing views on controversial issues in drugs and society. Guilford: McGraw-Hill .

King, Peadar (2003) The politics of drugs: from production to consumption,. Dublin: Liffey Press .

Stone, Jason and Stone, Andrea, eds. (2003) The drug dilemma: responding to a growing crisis. New York: International Debate Education Association .

Husak, Douglas N. (2002) Legalize this! The case for decriminalizing drugs. Practical ethics series London: Verso .

Parker, Howard and Aldridge, Judith and Egginton, Roy, eds. (2001) UK drugs unlimited: new research and policy lessons on illicit drug use. New York: Palgrave .

MacCoun, Robert J and Reuter, Peter (2001) Drug war heresies: learning from other vices, times and places. RAND Studies in Policy Analysis Cambridge: Cambridge University Press .

Gossop, Michael (2000) Living with drugs. Aldershot: Ashgate .

Tucker, Jalie A and Donovan, Dennis M and Marlatt, G. Alan, eds. (1999) Changing addictive behaviour: bridging clinical and public health strategies. New York: Guilford .

Dorn, Nicholas, ed. (1999) Regulating European drug problems: administrative measures and civil law in the control of drug trafficking, nuisance and use. The Hague: Kluwer Law International .

South, Nigel, ed. (1999) Drugs cultures, controls & everyday life. London: Sage .

Coomber, Ross, ed. (1998) The control of drugs and drug users: reason or reaction? Australia: Harwood .

Reinarman, Craig and Levine, Harry G, eds. (1997) Crack in America: demon drugs and social justice. Berkeley: University of California Press .

Dorn, Nicholas and Jersen, Jorgen and Savona, Ernesto, eds. (1996) European drug policies and enforcement. Basingstoke: MacMillan Press .

Murphy, Tim (1996) Rethinking the war on drugs in Ireland. Undercurrents Cork: Cork University Press .

Edwards, Griffith and Anderson, Peter and Babor, Thomas and Casswell, Sally and Ferrence, Roberta and Giesbrecht, Norman and Godfrey, Christine and Holder, Harold D and Lemmens, Paul and Makela, Klaus and Midanik, Lorraine T and Norstrom, Thor and Osterberg, Esa and Romelsjo, Anders and Room, Robin and Simpura, Jussi and Skog, Ole-Jorgen (1994) Alcohol policy and the public good. Oxford: Oxford University Press .

Edwards, Griffith and Strang, John and Jaffe, Jerome H (1993) Drugs, alcohol and tobacco: making the science and policy connections. Oxford: Oxford University Press .

O'Hare, PA and Newcombe, R and Matthews, A and Buning, EC and Drucker, E, eds. (1992) The reduction of drug-related harm. London: Routledge .

Bakalar, James B and Grinspoon, Lester (1984) Drug control in a free society. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press .

Book Section

O'Brien, Mary (2001) Law enforcement and drug-related crime. In: Overview of drug issues in Ireland 2000: a resource document. Dublin: Health Research Board , PP 95-106.

Conference or Workshop Item

Murphy, Tim (2002) Drugs and crime in Ireland: response paper summary. In: Debating Public Policies on Drugs and Alcohol, 26 September 2002, Addiction Research Centre, Trinity College Dublin.

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