Senlis Council incorporates Institute's findings in Afghanistan report
The Senlis Council has released a project proposal for the implementation of village-based, integrated counter-narcotics, development, and counter-insurgency projects for Afghanistan. These Poppy for Medicine projects are designed to impact immediately and sustainably on Afghanistan's worsening security and development crises.
The document incorporates, inter alia, the findings of the British Institute of International and Comparative Law, formulated in its study on international trade law, 'International Trade Law: Aspects of Exporting Morphine and Codeine from Afghanistan', which was commissioned by the Senlis Council.
The British Institute is fully supportive of the Senlis Council's efforts to promote the economic development of Afghanistan through the legal manufacture and export of opium-based essential medicines.
Full Technical Dossier: http://www.senliscouncil.net/modules/Opium_licensing/modules/publications/022_publication