The focus of the symposium will be on capacity building for research, hence young researchers in the social and health sciences and education and experienced researchers with new data to present are particularly invited to participate.
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.
This congress focuses on the traditional and contemporary use of drugs in indigenous, mestizo, and urban communities in Mexico and Brazil. Informal and cultural means of control, and their relationship with formal and legal controls, will also be explored.
This seminar seeks to examine in detail the impact of the validity of human rights that prohibition policies enforce and the role they have today questioning some Latin American countries in the consequences of the "war on drugs" .
This conference will explore innovative regulatory responses to new psychoactive substances and cannabis, which are in the middle ground between absolute prohibition and unregulated commercial markets.
This conference aims at understanding the alternative and sustainable use of cannabis variations as industrial hemp and as a medicine. The guest speakers will highlight that cannabis can be a boost for growth and employment in the European Union.
Experts on drug control from the worlds of science, media, economics, policy and law enforcement will discuss what goes on behind the scenes of British drug control policy-making, and where the future may take us.