The International Drug Policy Reform Conference, Denver, October 2013

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.

StoptheDrugWar.org is a partner in this year’s conference, which will take place October 23-26 in Denver, Colorado, as officials craft the state’s implementation plan for legal marijuana under Amendment 64. Attendees will have the opportunity to spend three days interacting with people committed to finding alternatives to the war on drugs — marijuana legalization and many other issues in drug policy — while participating in sessions given by leading experts from around the world.

Here are what some attendees had to say about the 2011 conference:
 

  • “The International Drug Reform Conference was, by far, one of the most eye opening experiences of my life… It felt as if I were at the epicenter of the most conscious people on the planet.”
  • “Every workshop that I attended had excellent presenters and panelists. I was extremely pleased to once again attend the 2011 Reform Conference. It was more diverse than ever and very inclusive of issues that I support. See you in Denver!”
  • “The Drug Policy Alliance conference is an educational opportunity that every responsible individual should experience — regardless of your position on the issues.”
  • “Every two years I look forward to the International Drug Policy Reform Conference, where I know I’ll get a chance to hear from, and speak with some of the brightest minds in the drug policy reform movement.”
  • “If you think the drug war has failed our country and harmed countries like Mexico and you want to do something about it, this is the conference to be at.”

Visit http://www.reformconference.org for further information.

– Article originally from Stop the Drug War, used with permission.

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