Harm Reduction is effective and humane!

Let's bring back the conversation to healing, not killing.

Since President Rodrigo Duterte assumed office in 2016, his words and deeds have mainstreamed the narrative of drug abuse and the drug trade in the Filipino public imagination. This became his justification for the Philippine National Police (PNP) to use whatever means and force necessary to put and end to the so-called Drug Problem which targets mostly the poor.

According to a Human Rights Watch report, the extrajudicial killings (EJKs) increased by more than 50% in the early months of the pandemic. Our lives, livelihoods, and lifestyles continue to be chipped away even with the continued health and economic crises.

To achiever real healing as a nation, we need systemic change focused on public health, social, and legal impacts. Harm Reduction follows a human Rights-based approach to create positive change for people who use drugs (PWUD) and society at large.

Be an Advocate!

Do you agree that we need an alternative solution? Download and read this in-depth narrative that builds that case for a human rights-centered approach to the drug problem.
Download the Primer

Share this campaign to your friends, family members, and members of your immediate community. For meaningful change to happen, we must have a clear vision of the more effective solutions to drug issues and ways to achieve it.

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Join the Demand for Better Policies

  • Ask your local representatives to support the Harm Reduction Act.

  • In 2022 elections, vote for candidates who genuinely support harm reduction as policy.

  • Join organizations and group that advocate for harm reduction approach.

Get to know the real stories behind the drug war casualties through Alyx Carumpac's documentary Aswang. Drug-related violence seems lost in our public conciousness as everyone struggles to survive, but this is the very reason why we must revive the convertions around the drug war and continue demanding for systemic and policy changes.
Organize an Aswang screening