Taking Back What’s Ours!
An oral history of the movement of people who use drugs
The film contains 10 chapters. Each episode will be launched weekly and follows the timeline of the development of the movement of people who use drugs from Amsterdam to Afghanistan and globally.
The Netherlands, Belgium and France
Germany, Denmark, and Norway
Australia and New Zealand
Russia, Georgia, and Ukraine
The United Kingdom and INPUD
The International Network of People who use Drugs proudly partnered with
the Drugreporter (Rights Reporter Foundation) to produce this film series.
Special thanks goes to Tonny van Montfoort, INPUD Board Member for driving this film project and to all the dedicated and driven drug user activists featured in the film working to fight for the rights of our communities.
This project was made possible by the financial support of the Bridging the Gaps Programme – health and rights for key populations. This unique programme addresses the common challenges faced by sex workers, people who use drugs and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in terms of human rights violations and accessing much-needed HIV and health services. Go to www.hivgaps.org for more information.