Welcome to Monitor Cannabis Uruguay

This is a space to be informed, both as a citizen and as a specialist, on the implementation of the regulation of cannabis in Uruguay, its monitoring and evaluation.

 

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Five Years of Cannabis Regulation Congress


Five years after the approval of the first comprehensive cannabis regulation law in the world, Monitor Cannabis Uruguay and the School of Social Science of Universidad de la República are convening an academic discussion.

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Report on the Justice Objective of Recreational Cannabis Regulation in Uruguay. Baseline.


To evaluate the results achieved in the proposed objectives, it is necessary to develop a baseline and monitor their evolution. That is what this report aims to do, exclusively for the objective of Justice.

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Report on the Security and Coexistence Objective of Recreational Cannabis Regulation in Uruguay. Baseline.


To evaluate the results achieved in the proposed objectives, it is necessary to develop a baseline and monitor their evolution. That is what this report aims to do, exclusively for the objective of Security and Coexistence.

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Getting Regulation Right


A look at the implementation of Uruguay’s law so far reveals some apparent early obstacles that policymakers should consider if the mea- sure is to achieve what it is intended to. Study- ing and evaluating these obstacles in the context of the broader impact of the law is vital to the fu- ture of the country’s historic cannabis initiative.

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What Have We Learned From the First Nation to Legalize Cannabis? Not Enough


7/6/2018 - Cannabis Wire consulted Uruguayan researchers on the obstacles they face to measure the effects of regulation.

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Uruguay’s Law 19172 as a consistent strategy of harm reduction


By Raquel Peyraube (Monitor Cannabis Uruguay) - Drug policies are based on three pillars: supply reduction, demand reduction, and harm reduction. In addition to being a policy in itself, harm reduction is a broader framework for approaching drug use.

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Teens’ Views on Marijuana Change After Legalization


12/27/2016 (Scientific American) - Younger students in Washington state see pot as less harmful and report using it more.

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