On 10 October 2012, Dr David Bewley-Taylor, Department of Political and Cultural Studies, gave a paper at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. This was the first in a seminar series run by the Centre for History Public Policy and was co-hosted by the Centre for Research into Drugs and Health Behaviour.
Drawing on research and concepts from his latest monograph, International Drug Control: Consensus Fractured (CUP, 2012). ‘W(h)ither international drug control? Learning from the UNGASS decade’, Dr Bewley-Taylor presented ideas on the notion of ‘change’ within the UN based international system and explored some of the current events surrounding drug policy reform in Latin America.
Link to the podcast for this seminar here.
- Friday 12 October 2012 01.00 BST
- Tuesday 20 November 2012 15.27 GMT
- H. Baldwin