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Transform Drug Policy Foundation

Identification number in the register: 77147007797-57
Registration date: 20/01/2012 17:26:52

The information on this entity was last modified on: 21/01/2015 13:10:45
The date of the last annual update was: 21/01/2015 13:10:45

This entry follows the format of the previous Register. It will be changed to the new format when the entity makes the next update.
Next update due latest on: 27/04/2015

    Registrant : Organisation or self-employed individual

Transform Drug Policy Foundation

TDPF

UK registered charity

    Section of registration

III - Non-governmental organisations

Non-governmental organisations, platforms and networks and similar

    Contact details

King Street, 9-10
Bristol BS1 4EQ
UNITED KINGDOM

(+44) 117 325 0295

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    Person with legal responsibility

Ms  Nicky Saunter

Chief Executive

    Person in charge of EU relations

Mr  Martin Powell

Head of Campaigns and Communications

    Goals / remit

Our Mission:

To end the War on Drugs and establish effective and humane systems of drug regulation.

Our Activities:

- Carry out research, policy analysis and innovative policy development
- Challenge government to demonstrate rational, fact-based evidence to support its policies and expenditure
Promote alternative, evidence-based policies to parliamentarians, government and government agencies
- Advise non-governmental organisations whose work is affected by drugs in developing drug policies appropriate to their own mission and objectives
- Provide an informed, rational and clear voice in the public and media debate on UK and international drug policy

Our Vision:

- Social justice: restoration of human rights and dignity to the marginalised and disadvantaged, and regeneration of deprived neighbourhoods
- Reduced social costs: an end to the largest cause of acquisitive crime and street prostitution, and consequent falls in the non-violent prison population
- Reduced serious crime: dramatic curtailment of opportunities and incentives for organised and violent crime
- Public finances: the financial benefits of discontinued drug enforcement expenditure and the taxation of regulated drugs
- Public health: creation of an environment in which drug use can be managed and drug users can lead healthier lives
- Ethics: adherence to ethical standards and principles, including fair trade, in the manufacture, supply and distribution of drugs
- Reduced war and conflict: an end to the illegal drug trade's contribution to conflict and political instability in producer and transit countries

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    Activities

Our Mission:

To end the War on Drugs and establish effective and humane systems of drug regulation.

Our Activities:

- Carry out research, policy analysis and innovative policy development
- Challenge government to demonstrate rational, fact-based evidence to support its policies and expenditure
Promote alternative, evidence-based policies to parliamentarians, government and government agencies
- Advise non-governmental organisations whose work is affected by drugs in developing drug policies appropriate to their own mission and objectives
- Provide an informed, rational and clear voice in the public and media debate on UK and international drug policy

Our Vision:

- Social justice: restoration of human rights and dignity to the marginalised and disadvantaged, and regeneration of deprived neighbourhoods
- Reduced social costs: an end to the largest cause of acquisitive crime and street prostitution, and consequent falls in the non-violent prison population
- Reduced serious crime: dramatic curtailment of opportunities and incentives for organised and violent crime
- Public finances: the financial benefits of discontinued drug enforcement expenditure and the taxation of regulated drugs
- Public health: creation of an environment in which drug use can be managed and drug users can lead healthier lives
- Ethics: adherence to ethical standards and principles, including fair trade, in the manufacture, supply and distribution of drugs
- Reduced war and conflict: an end to the illegal drug trade's contribution to conflict and political instability in producer and transit countries

    Number of persons involved in the activities described in the box above

7

    Persons accredited for access to European Parliament premises

No accredited persons

    Fields of interest

  • Development

    Membership and affiliation

7

  • UNITED KINGDOM

Transform Drug Policy Foundation has ECOSOC special consultative status at the United Nations; is a member of the International Drug Policy Consortium; and is a member of The War on Drugs: Count the Costs initiative

    Financial data

04/2013  -  04/2014

250,329 €

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250,329 €

250,329 €

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< 50,000  €

    Code of conduct

By its registration the organisation has signed the Transparency Register Code of Conduct.