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Drug Policy Conference – Closing Plenary

Vancouver Mayor Sam Sullivan – conservative mayor publicly supporting drug policy reform. He is a quadriplegic (from a skiing accident).

“I consider this the most important social issue of our time”

– Vancouver had the first methadone program in the world. – Vancouver has the only supervised injection site on the continent. – One of […]

Drug Policy Conference – Saturday Afternoon

Workshop: Beyond Prohibition: Describing a Drug War Exit Strategy

(l-r) Alex Wodak, Australia Fredrick Polak, Netherlands Drug Policy Foundation Steve Rolles, Transform, UK Moderator: Roger Goodman, Seattle Maria Lucia Karam, retired Judge, Brazil Eugene Oscapella, Canadian Foundation for Drug Policy Cliff Thornton, Efficacy Note: This is a very abbreviated post, just listing some points that […]

Drug Policy Conference – Saturday Noon

Drug Policy Conference – Saturday noon Workshop: To Snitch or Not to Snitch? Diverse Viewpoints on the Role of Informants in American Drug Law Enforcement

(l-r) Matthew Fogg, LEAP (not part of the panel) (Bigots with Badges website) Troy Buckner-Nkrumah, National Hip Hop Political Convention Ethan Brown, Author of Snitch: Informants, Cooperators, and the Corruption […]

Drug Policy Conference – Saturday morning

Workshop: Europe and Drug Policy Reform: Stepping Forward or Falling Back? Moderator: Craig Reinarman, UC-Santa Cruz,

(l-r) Michael Jourdan, Centre of Alcohol and Drug Research, Copenhagen Sebastian Saville, Release, London Peter Sarosi, Hungarian Civil Liberties Union Joep Oomen, ENCOD, Antwerp, Belgium Sophie Pinkham, Open Society Institute Paul Thewissen, Royal Netherlands Embassy Sebastian Saville: UK – […]