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28 May 2016 18:45
A talk about evidence-based drug policy.
29 May 2016 10:00
What impact do psychedelic drugs have on the brain? What does research show about their potential for use? Psychiatrist David Nutt examines the evidence behind some common misconceptions.
17:00 7 June - 30 June 2016
Next month, MEAM marks the end Voices from the Frontline by launching of a new exhibition that shares the ideas and perspectives of people with multiple needs and those who support them.
8 - 10 June 2016
New York, USA
This high-level meeting will comprise plenary meetings and up to five thematic panel discussions, which will include opportunities for civil society participation.
13:00 8 June - 9 June 2016
UEL celebrates the opening of its photo-voice exhibition discussing topics ranging from domestic violence, institutional racism, feminism and drug policy.
9 June 2016 17:00-18:30
Professor Carl Hart will hold a discussion on the importance of active citizenship, social justice and evidence-based drug policy in Stratford Campus.
22 June 2016 09:30-16:00
Liverpool, United Kingdom
This conference will investigate what we already know about this drug use, the ways it has been dealt with, and the key challenges we are currently facing.
26 June 2016
26th June will be the Support. Don’t Punish campaign global day of action to call for drug policy reform.
27 June - 8 July 2016
Two-week summer school in Lisbon on the drugs problem in Europe and beyond involving Scientific Experts from the EMCDDA and guest lecturers from European Universities.
Cape Town, South Africa
This course introduces students to a number of complex issues that relate to the management of global drug control, addressing the primary societal impacts of illicit markets and organised crime, and the current global framework for countering them.