In Humanosphere Podcast, Health Poverty Action Official Discusses How War On Drugs Affects Economic, Social Development In Developing Countries

Humanosphere: The war on drugs is affecting the developing world, but not in the ways you might think
In this podcast, Imana Gunawan, social media manager and producer of the podcast at Humanosphere, and Tom Paulson, Humanosphere founder and executive editor, “talk with Natasha Horsfield — policy and advocacy officer at Health Poverty Action — about how the world’s war on drugs is hindering economic and social development in developing countries, but not always in the ways you might normally think” (Ensor, 1/6).

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