Published March 9, 2021
Episode 12 features Marie Jauffret-Roustide, PhD, Senior Fellow in Interdisciplinary Legal Studies at The Baldy Center for Law and Social Policy, and, Research Fellow at the French National Institute of Health and Medical Research in Paris, France. Jauffret-Roustide discusses the effectiveness of drug policies that are embedded in human rights and harm reduction, and compares them to repressive drug policies that are ineffective in protecting vulnerable people and the communities in which they live.
Keywords: Health and Society, Drug Policy, Law and Society, Harm Reduction, Health and Social Policy
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Marie Jauffret-Roustide, PhD, is a Baldy Center Senior Fellow through Spring 2022. She is also a Research Fellow at the French National Institute of Health and Medical Research (Inserm) in France, Paris. Jauffret-Roustide's is a multidisciplinary scholar whose background includes a Master’s Degree in Political Science, a PhD in sociology and social science, and, a “Habilitation” to supervise research in public health and social science. She leads a team of international comparative researchers on the history of harm reduction between France and the United States. At The Baldy Center, Dr. Jauffret-Roustide will analyze three representative contemporary drug policy issues affecting both North America (specifically the United States) and partially Europe (France). The three issues include: the history of opioid substitutive treatments; the opioid overdose crisis; and, the controversy concerning drug consumption rooms. Learn more.
On Twitter: @MarieRoustide