• Fany Pineda Miranda

    Fany Pineda Miranda is the deputy area director of the National Commission on Mental Health at the Ministry of Health in Mexico. She has a strong harm reduction ethic and many years of experience studying and teaching drug policy reform.

    Since 2012 Fany has worked in drug policy doing national and international advocacy. In addition, she has developed and implemented strategies for prevention, care and harm reduction aimed at young students, teachers, families, vulnerable populations and users of psychoactive substances.

    Fany has been a professor of the Diploma of Health, Drug Policy and Human Rights taught by the Center for Research and Teaching in Economics (CIDE) central region. She has been published in the journal, Ciencias de la UNAM, and in the International Journal of Statistics and Geography.

    Fany has served as Project Coordinator for the care of people who use psychoactive substances in the Mayor’s Office Iztapalapa, Mexico City. She has also been coordinator of the drug checking service and has participated in the organisation of regional drug conferences. She speaks courageously about her experience as a young user of psychoactive substances.


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