1. Introduction
2. The problem with prohibition
• A history of failure
• When prohibition collides with rising demand
• Five harms created by prohibition
• The limits of harm reduction and treatment
3. The solution is legally regulated markets
• Understanding legalisation as regulation and control
• What legalisation and regulation can achieve
• What legalisation and regulation cannot achieve
• Definitions
4. Options for the control and regulation of drugs
• Drug production
• Pharmaceutical drug production
• Non-pharmaceutical drugs production
• Drug supply
• Prescription
• Pharmacy sales
• Licensed premises
• Licensed sales
• Unlicensed sales
• Some new options
5. Creating an effective drug policy
• A new policy paradigm?
• Aims of ‘drug policy reform’ and aims of an ‘effective drug policy’
• Principles of effective drug policy making
• Policy evaluation and review
6. Responding to concerns about legalisation and regulation
• Rising prevalence
• Vulnerable groups
• Commercialisation
• Morals and messages
• Lack of an evidence base
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7. Obstacles to reform
• The church of prohibition
• Political investment in prohibition
• The lack of critique
8. Roadmap for reform
• Incrementalism vs law reform
• Why now is the time for reform
• Drug law reform around the world
•• Time line for reform – Transform’s 2020 vision
9. What you can do
• Get informed
• Raise the debate
• Support Transform
• Further resources
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