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International Drug Policy Reform Conference - 'Reform now!'

Westin Bonaventure Los Angeles, CA, USA
1 November 2011 - 4 November 2011
The International Drug Policy Reform Conference is a biennial event that brings together people from around the world who believe that the war on drugs is doing more harm than good. It brings together over 1,000 attendees representing 30 different countries.

Drugs, Stigma and the Media: Promoting constructive reporting on drugs and the people who use them

Dublin, Ireland
4 November 2011
Harm Reduction International and the International Centre on Human Rights and Drug Policy is co-sponsoring a panel discussion of journalists on November 3rd in Dublin at 6pm that will explore the challenges of media reporting on drug use issues, and the need for constructive press coverage that informs sensible public policy and discourse rather than promoting stigmatising stereotypes.

Ending the war on drugs

Washington D.C., United States
14 November 2011
This conference will bring together prominent scholars and international leaders to analyze current policy and propose practical alternatives such as legalization.

Sex, drugs and a rocky war: A panel discussion on gender and drugs

London, United Kingdom
16 November 2011
This panel discussion will focus on issues related to gender and drugs, including an overview of international drug laws, a brief description of the costs associated with the drug war and an overview of the gendered effects of militarisation under the Mexican war on drugs.