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Niamh Eastwood Feb 19
Absolutely 👏👏👏 & research proves that in the UK is a racist policy
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Megan Jones Feb 18
We are hosting a follow up Drugs Summit: Two Years On in mid-March. It will be an opportunity to celebrate with partners what we have achieved and start to shape next steps! If you haven't received an invite and interested in attending, please DM me.
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Niamh Eastwood Feb 19
Just a reminder that ‘checks’ carried by not only looked at social media activity related to general comments on government policy but also specifically whether an individual had commmented on and - how is this relevant to 🧐
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Rx: Housing Feb 18
3.6 million drug injections. Not a single death. Seems like something we would want to replicate here in the United States of America.
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Caitlin Hughes Feb 18
Whoop whoop - is coming to Melbourne! This is such a fabulous conference so share the word and put it in your diaries 🤗
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Enpsychedelia Feb 20
Last night, launched her book Law, Drugs and the Making of Addiction. Just Habits. "So a major theme of my book, some what accidentally, became about the ethics of what lawyers do." Video from launch in link.
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Canadian SSDP Feb 21
Meet Alex, the CSSDPer you could be supporting in their global drug policy reform and harm reduction advocacy efforts! We’re only at 15% of our goal.
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Canadian SSDP Feb 21
They’ll be moderating a panel about the reality that young people are not just a vulnerable group to be protected from drugs but autonomous members of society who are impacted by ill informed , , and .
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Michael Bennett Feb 21
New episode of with . Me and Pele talk with him about redemption and how is name and life were stolen... We also talk about prison, drug policy and more. Check it:
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Academy for Justice Feb 21
We are about to get started with the symposium hosted by and . Over 50 great speakers from around the country will be here to discuss the implications of . Can't attend in person? Follow us live at
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Academy for Justice Feb 19
Tomorrow we kick off our conference w/ ! A distinguished list of speakers will discuss the past 50 years of under the CSA and reframe how we talk about drugs in the next 50. Unable to attend in person? Livestream it here!
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The Canary Feb 19
In one jaw-dropping sentence, Priti Patel reveals just how dishonest this government is. By
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Patrick Doyle 5h
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CorrelationNetwork Feb 20
Our First in Europe, a necessary & useful approach, contributes to the develop. of @ regional/national levels. Here is its Europe-wide collected data:
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Maritza Perez Feb 21
February 20-22, I will join , and over 50 other experts for a conference to mark a half-century of under the Controlled Substances Act.
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Harm Reduction Feb 19
Dr Madalena Harris is looking for people to participate in a study of personal drug use in a professional working capacity. To find out more, please visit
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TessieCastillo 5h
This weekend check out this story by - a heartbreaking look at how a fatally flawed treatment system and draconian drug policy combine to take away those we love most
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Colleen Fish 💊🍄🐠🐟 🐡🇨🇦 Feb 19
My dream is to one day be published in this journal!
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Colombia Rising Project Feb 20
Forced eradication of isn't sustainable, effective, or just. It just isn't. can be amazingly innovative, so why not explore in earnest some real alternatives & new uses of coca itself? (and no, not simply Hass avocados)
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Simmons School of Business Feb 21
Why do drugs cost so much in the United States? What can we do about it? Register for the April to hear from and , two leading in the United States who will discuss this critical issue.
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