We are looking for 120 reasons why we should change our drug laws – one reason for each of the 120 Members of Parliament!

The evidence is clear that we need to shift our approach and treat drug use as a health and social issue, not a criminal one.

This is an opportunity for you, in your own words, to tell the politicians in Parliament why they should support drug law reform and increased investment in harm reduction, health and social care.

You can check out other people's reasons below, share one you relate to on your social media, and then submit your own. 

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One of the best ways we can bring about a...

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  I live in a small rural community on the...

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  In 1968 I was 18 when convicted of cultivation...

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I have seen the damaging effects of pushing drug users...

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  We scattered Chris's ashes last week, after a small...

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  It’s simple really – punishing people for drug use...

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  When I was young I experimented with drugs, as...

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I spent 10 years as a prison consultant. There is...

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34 years on from a drug related conviction, I still...

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  The report of the 2018 Government Inquiry into Mental...

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  It’s hard to get your head around the role...

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He take hauora tēnei ngāngara, arā te kiriwara, ehara he...

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We treat people who use drugs as criminals purely for...

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My reason for wanting to change our drug laws is...

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