Mission Statement

The Drug Equality Alliance (DEA) is a UK based not for profit organisation whose purpose is to transform the "War on Some People who use Some Drugs" from its subjective historical and cultural roots into a rational and objective legal regulatory framework that secures equal rights and equal protection to all those who are concerned with dangerous or otherwise harmful drugs.

Our mission is to use domestic and international legal jurisdictions to interrogate the law and its application to those who produce, commerce, possess and consume such drugs. We believe governments have failed to administer drug law in an evidence-based manner. This failure contributes to hundreds of thousands of unnecessary deaths and imprisonments each year. The Drug Equality Alliance seeks to remedy this.

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7th April 2012 - The Drug Equality Alliance have prepared a submission for the Home Affairs Select Committee's current Inquiry into drug misuse  - document encapsulates a concise summary of our legal thesis, tuned to address the specific terms of reference required by the Inquiry.
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Listen to an interview with Edwin Stratton of the Drug Equality Alliance. In this interview Edwin, clearly explains the basics of the Drug Equality Alliance's legal arguments and talks about his case. We strongly recommend that you listen to this as an introduction to our legal arguments.
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