Based on accumulated evidence and data on non-medical use, diversion and trafficking, and evidence of ketamine’s therapeutic value, there are serious concerns around placing the substance under international control.
Canadian Students For Sensible Drug Policy will be hosting its 7th Annual National Conference, providing a platform for stakeholders to share ideas, exchange knowledge, and organise for future actions.
Youth Organisations for Drug Action (YODA) in cooperation with Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP) have asked young people around the world about how current drug policies affect them and their communities, and what they think about them.
Each year, hundreds of SSDP chapter members, leaders, alumni, and other supporters gather together at our annual conference. In 2012, we'll be having this event in Denver, CO as the state of Colorado will cast their votes later this year to determine whether or not marijuana becomes legal.