Psychedelic Policy Panel [ONLINE]

by Intercollegiate Psychedelics Network // This panel will feature thought leaders in the area of psychoactive drug policy, namely Hadas Alterman, Hannah Procell, and Scott Cecil. About this Event The PsychedelX Policy Panel will explore the past and future of drug policy reform. We will discuss major events of 2020, how to change policy (from … Read morePsychedelic Policy Panel [ONLINE]

A Compassionate Approach to Ending the War on Drugs [ONLINE]

by Portland Psychedelic Society // Panel discussion on the history & impacts of the “War on Drugs”. Highlighting new approaches toward more compassionate drug policies. About this Event Expanding Minds is a new discussion series presented by the Portland Psychedelic Society (PPS) bringing together panels of experts and activists working to end the failed “War … Read moreA Compassionate Approach to Ending the War on Drugs [ONLINE]

Recent Developments Regarding Access to Psilocybin Therapy [ONLINE]

by UW School of Law // Recent Developments Regarding Access to Psilocybin Therapy: Oregon’s Pioneering Psilocybin Services Initiative and Opening Access via Right to Try in Washington In collaboration with UW School of Law, this webinar will discuss recent developments regarding access to psilocybin therapy in the context of Oregon’s pioneering Psilocybin Services Initiative and … Read moreRecent Developments Regarding Access to Psilocybin Therapy [ONLINE]

Policy Discussion: It’s Time for the U.S. to Decriminalize Drug Use and Possession [ONLINE]

By any measure and every metric, the U.S. war on drugs has been a catastrophic failure. The “tough on crime” approach to drug policy in this country and the public health crises it created has failed at its stated goals and led to the disproportionate incarceration of millions of otherwise law-abiding civilians while exacerbating drug-related … Read morePolicy Discussion: It’s Time for the U.S. to Decriminalize Drug Use and Possession [ONLINE]

Rethinking Policing and Surveillance in the Post-COVID-19 Era [ONLINE]

August 6, 2-4 PM ET – Rethinking Policing and Surveillance in the Post-COVID-19 Era To slow the spread of COVID-19, some communities considered temporary changes in policing practices, criminal courts, jail systems, and community supervision. While some localities modestly reduced arrests and released some incarcerated individuals, many emergency decarceration efforts have fallen short and drug … Read moreRethinking Policing and Surveillance in the Post-COVID-19 Era [ONLINE]