Drugs & (dis)order
By 2030, more than 50% of the world’s poor will live in fragile and conflict-affected states. And many of today’s armed conflicts are fuelled by illicit drug economies in borderland regions. Drugs & (dis)order is helping to generate pro-poor policy solutions to transform illicit economies into peace economies.
Drugs & (dis)order is a consortium project, drawing on the knowledge and expertise of institutions in Afghanistan, Colombia, Myanmar and UK. It combines traditional and innovative research methods, including in-depth fieldwork, GIS spatial imagery, public health analysis and visual storytelling to map, capture, verify and communicate data.