Associate Director, Drugs, Security and Democracy ProgramPhone: (718) 517-3710
BioCleia Noia is the program manager of the Drugs, Security and Democracy Program. She received her law degree from Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie in Brazil and her master's degree in law and diplomacy, with a focus on international development and human security, from the Fletcher School at Tufts University. Prior to joining the Council in February 2014, Cleia worked as a corporate lawyer in Brazil and consulted on Brazil's drug policy for the Open Society Foundations.
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Drugs, Security and Democracy program manager Cleia Noia weighs in on the role of antidrug policies in reducing access to illicit substances in an article at Al Jazeera: “The Paradox of War on Drugs and Marijuana Legalisation”
RSVP to attend “Inside Cracolândia: Promoting Health and Human Rights in Brazil’s ‘Cracklands,’” a panel discussion at the Open Society Foundations on Tuesday, September 8, featuring Drugs, Security and Democracy program manager Cleia Noia