Students for Sensible Drug Policy
Washington, D.C. / Washington, D.C. / United States
Description: Students for Sensible Drug Policy is an international grassroots network of students who are concerned about the impact of drug misuse on our communities, but who also know that the “War on Drugs” is failing our generation and our society.
SSDP mobilizes and empowers young people to participate in the political process, pushing for sensible policies to achieve a safer and more just future. SSDP does this while fighting back against counterproductive policies – in particular, those that directly harm students and youth.
Address: 1011 O St. NW #1 20002 Washington, D.C. / Washington, D.C. / United States United States
Support. Don't Punish the Youth! A De-Centralized E-Conference
from 2020-06-26 00:00:00 to 2020-06-26 00:00:00
The Paradigma Youth Coalition is inviting you to our first youth-led decentralised e-conference.
The Paradigma Youth Coalition amplifies young peoples voices as well as providing support as they independently organise educational online events that respond to local and regional needs on the occasion of commemorating the World Drug Day and the Support. Don’t Punish Global Day of Action.
We will be streaming the webinars on our website/youtube channel on the day of :)
The Paradigma Youth Coalition is hosting a decentralised e-conference with the aim to connect young people, youth led communities and organisations that are active in drug policy reform, harm reduction, education and advocacy.
<br> The Paradigma Youth Coalition amplifies young peoples voices as well as providing support as they independently organise educational online events that respond to local and regional needs on the occasion of commemorating the World Drug Day and the Support. Don’t Punish Global Day of Action.
JOIN US: https://www.facebook.com/events/570414123669790/
As we continue preparation for #Sensible2020: The Virtual Drug Policy Conference, the team has been hard at work connecting members to the concerns emerging from the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and economic uncertainties, as well as virtual actions and tools to help protect their communities.
Scroll through our March report card for more information on this work, and stay sensible <3
For many, December is a quiet month, but if you follow us on social media, you already know that we have been as busy as ever. You can read all about what we were up to - https://ssdp.org/blog/ssdp-report-card-for-december-2019/
SSDP is working to revive it's UK arm with an ever expanding chapter count in England and Ireland... read more about what our activists have been up to this fall on our blog: https://ssdp.org/blog/ssdp-report-card-for-october-2019/
September was a huge month for SSDP International with our first African Leaders Traning Session, 4 new chapters and appearing on national radio in Ireland. Read more on our blog... https://ssdp.org/blog/ssdp-report-card-for-september-2019/
SSDP's Europe Global Fellow, Orsi Feher, has addressed the CND during this year's the thematic discussions on chapter four of the UNGASS outcome document, Operational recommendations on cross-cutting issues: Drugs and human rights, youth, children, women and communities. Orsi's speech highlighted our peer-education program, Just Say Know and introduced the global youth coalition, Paradigma's Asks for the upcoming High Level Ministerial Segment in 2019.
We are preparing for the reconvened session in December with translations of the Youth Asks for every delegation to understand how they can truly "leave noone behind".
SSDP chapters in Europe celebrate World Drug Day #SupportDontPunish #youthactivism
Elena from SSDP Austria spoke on the non-medical use of Cannabis Sativa at the first ever INCB civil society hearing last week. She stressed the importance of re-thiking cannabis regulation with the complexitiy of this plant in mind and demonstrated that non-medical use does not necessarily equal recreational use. #cannabis #rethinkcannabis #incb #ssdp
Students for Sensible Drug Policy