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Connecting the dots... Human rights, illicit cultivation and alternative development Maximize

Connecting the dots... Human rights, illicit cultivation and alternative development

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Connecting the dots... Human rights, illicit cultivation and alternative development

How can we resolve the tensions between current drug control policies and states’ human rights obligations? The international human rights framework clearly establishes that, in the event of conflicts between obligations under the UN Charter and other international agreements, human rights obligations take precedence. As legally regulated cannabis markets start to grow, now is the time to secure a legitimate place for small farmers using alternative development, human rights and fair trade principles.

Chapters:

Acknowledgements

Key points

Human rights and illicit cultivation

-Human Rights Guidelines for Drug Control

-The flexibility of drug treaty provisions

An adequate standard of living

-Poverty and illicit cultivation

-Forced eradication vs. proper sequencing

-Aerial spraying

Alternative development

-Free trade vs. fair prices

-Guiding principles on alternative development

-Gender and alternative development

Drugs, conflict and access to land

-Proportionality of sentences

Cultural, indigenous and religious rights

-The rights of peasants

-Licit uses and legal regulation

Conclusions and recommendations

 

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