Latin American and Caribbean Network of People Who Use Drugs (LANPUD)
|Type:||NGO working on Drugs|
|Address:||3557 Route du Platau d’Andey,
|UN Languages:||English, French, Spanish|
Their mission is to promote and protect the human rights and right to participation of people who use drugs across Latin America and the Caribbean.
The Latin-American and Caribbean Network of People who Use Drugs (LANPUD) was founded on October 2012 in Salvador de Bahía (Brazil) with the participation of 7 (Mexico, Colombia, Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Costa Rica and Peru) of the 52 geographic territories that make up the LAC Region.
It has since then, expanded to include Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Santa Lucía. It is a network made up of people who use drugs the great majority of whom are members of organizations active in the field of drugs through drug-reform advocacy as well as services for ISPs and health, environmental and human rights defense.