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Universal Declaration for the Decriminalization of All Organic Plant-Based Drugs

### Universal Declaration for the Decriminalization of All Organic Plant-Based Drugs


Recognizing the inherent dignity and equal rights of all individuals as the foundation of freedom, justice, and peace in the world, and acknowledging the historical, cultural, medicinal, and recreational significance of organic plant-based substances across societies;

Concerned by the disproportionate harm, social injustices, and violations of personal freedoms resulting from the criminalization and stigmatization of plant-based drugs;

Understanding the importance of promoting and protecting the rights of individuals to access, cultivate, possess, and use organic plant-based substances responsibly and safely;

Emphasizing the need for equitable regulation and legalization to advance public health, harm reduction, and social well-being;

Calling for international cooperation and collaboration in drug policy reform based on evidence, research, and human rights;

We hereby proclaim this Universal Declaration for the Decriminalization of All Organic Plant-Based Drugs as a common standard for the dignity, freedom, and well-being of all individuals and communities.

### Articles

**Article 1: Right to Personal Autonomy**

Every individual has the right to make decisions regarding their own use, cultivation, possession, and mode of consumption of organic plant-based drugs, provided it does not infringe upon the rights and well-being of others.

**Article 2: Right to Access and Availability**

Every individual has the right to access safe, affordable, and quality organic plant-based drugs for medicinal, spiritual, or recreational purposes without unreasonable barriers or discrimination.

**Article 3: Right to Cultivate and Grow**

Every individual has the right to cultivate and grow organic plant-based drugs for personal use, subject to reasonable regulations to ensure public safety, environmental protection, and responsible cultivation practices.

**Article 4: Right to Non-Discrimination**

No individual shall be discriminated against based on their use or association with organic plant-based drugs, including in areas of employment, housing, education, healthcare, or social services.

**Article 5: Right to Education and Information**

Every individual has the right to accurate and comprehensive education and information about organic plant-based drugs, including their potential risks, benefits, and responsible use practices to make informed decisions.

**Article 6: Right to Health and Harm Reduction**

Every individual has the right to access healthcare treatments, therapies, and harm reduction programs related to organic plant-based drugs aimed at promoting overall well-being and minimizing potential risks.

**Article 7: Right to Social Justice and Equity**

Efforts shall be made to rectify the historical injustices and disproportionate impacts of drug prohibition, ensuring equity in the legal drug industry and promoting social justice initiatives.

**Article 8: Right to Environmental Stewardship**

The cultivation and production of organic plant-based drugs shall be conducted in an environmentally sustainable manner, minimizing ecological harm and promoting conservation efforts to protect natural resources.

**Article 9: Right to Research and Innovation**

Support and encouragement shall be provided for scientific research, innovation, and the advancement of knowledge related to organic plant-based drugs, their potential uses, and their impact on health and society.

**Article 10: Right to International Cooperation**

International cooperation shall be fostered to promote evidence-based drug policies, share best practices, and address global challenges related to the regulation, trade, and public health implications of organic plant-based drugs.

### Implementation and Monitoring

**Article 11: Legal Frameworks**

States shall establish comprehensive legal frameworks to regulate the use, cultivation, and distribution of organic plant-based drugs, ensuring public health, safety, and individual rights are protected.

**Article 12: Monitoring and Accountability**

Mechanisms shall be established for the implementation and monitoring of these rights, including independent bodies to oversee compliance and address violations effectively.

**Article 13: International Collaboration**

States and international organizations shall collaborate to harmonize drug policies, promote public health, and support the global movement towards decriminalization and responsible use of organic plant-based drugs.

### Conclusion

This declaration serves as a guiding document to promote a just and inclusive society where the responsible use of organic plant-based drugs is recognized and protected. It emphasizes the importance of education, health, social justice, environmental sustainability, and international cooperation in shaping a balanced and humane approach to drug policy.

Marie Seshat Landry

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