Discussion in 'Drug Policy Reform & Narco Politics' started by Woodman, May 17, 2006.
That's a handy list, but since it dates from 2004, it might not be up to date.
You are correct.
If I can find anything more recent, I will certainly post it.
In the meantime, do you think you could make this a sticky topic?
Since there is a total lack of a complete and up to date list of drug policy activists & organisations, I am altering the Links section, so that it contains a seperate section for drug reform organisations. Please help in making this link section complete as it's the first step in something bigger. You can add links by either using the contact form or posting them here.
Here is a new one swim found the other day, don't worry they are not a MOM.
Lots of good info about medical marijuana.
Yep, but that's no drug reform organisation.
Sorry about that. Here is one swim found helpful-
Not a drug reform org. but it is helpful in illegal searches and violation of the Constitution- www.flexyourrights.org
Here is one swim read about this morning, Interfaith Drug Policy Initiative. Website is: www.idpi.us
Nice organization, very active, with good resources a pretty good weekly newsletter (email) keeping subscribers up to date on the war on drugs and opportunities to take part in the struggle for reason and liberty in the United States.
Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP)
A good organization for university students in the US and Canada to check out - and if you aren't in one of those two countries, there is a first time for everything eh?
Drug policy alliance: http://www.drugpolicy.org/homepage.cfm
From their "about us" page:
The Drug Policy Alliance (DPA) is the nation's leading organization of people who believe the war on drugs is doing more harm than good. In our vision of tomorrow, people are not punished simply for what they put into their bodies but only for harm done to others. We fight for drug policies based on science, compassion, health and human rights. Our work spans issues from medical marijuana to youth drug education. We work to ensure that our nation’s drug policies no longer arrest, incarcerate, disenfranchise and otherwise harm millions of nonviolent people, especially people of color.
Few public policies have compromised public health and undermined our fundamental civil liberties for so long and to such a degree as the war on drugs. The United States is now the world’s largest jailer, imprisoning nearly half a million people for drug offenses alone. That’s more people than Western Europe, with a bigger population, incarcerates for all offenses. Roughly 1.5 million people are arrested each year for drug law violations - 40% of them just for marijuana possession. People suffering from cancer, AIDS and other debilitating illnesses are regularly denied access to their medicine or even arrested and prosecuted for using medical marijuana. We can do better.
Here is a list of sites taken from: http://www.infoshop.org/activist/drugs.php
A guide to activist web resources on arranged by subject area. If you would like to see a site listed, please tell us!
[h1]Drug Decriminalization and Policy[/h1]
Americans for Compassionate Use
Anti War-on-Drugs Activists' List
Californians For Compassionate Use
Canadian Industrial Hemp Network
Cannabis Action Network
Cannabis Canada Online
Consolidated Growers and Processors
Cures Not Wars
Drug Reform Coordination Network
The Hemp Industries Association
Hemp Nation Headquarters
High Times This site has a reformist age statement.
MAPS - Multidisciplinary Association For Psychedelic Studies
Marijuana: The Facts
Marijuana Policy Project
National NORML Homepage
Needle Exchange/Harm Reduction Web Pages
North American Industrial Hemp Council
Online Library of Drug Policy
Pennsylvania Grew Hemp
Prohibition: The Drug War
Prohibition and Marijuana: History Does Repeat
San Diego Clean Needle Exchange
Contains links to local groups in US Canada and New Zealand.
Working to end drug war injustice, the November Coalition, a non-profit grassroots organization, was founded in 1997.
Members educate the public about destructive, unnecessary incarceration due to the U.S. drug war, and advocate for drug war prisoners.
Great list guys, and how come they achieved piss-all thus proving that a stoned activist is trapped now. So where does Casey Hardison fit into this? Well he is the guy who has come out to show a light and what has anyone really achieved with all this campaigning? Fuck all because they are not hitting hard enough yet to discuss direct action is illegal so it has to be this sickly softly softly why the prisoners of the war on drugs rot in her majesties prisons - that makes the queen her judges and half the legal profession all CUNTS. So, they want to hear a good argument do they? I would show you inflamatory materials but I heard that this site is run by gestapo goose stepping control freaks who would censor your every ha ha incriminating word, I did it, I confess to all of it, I want to kill the cunts - its WAR
If you have some ideas for more relevant action they would be appreciated here: So you want to end the drug war
boozed: Don't know where you heard that crap, but as a member of the insinuated gestapo, I can quite assure you we are open to mature discussion on all levels. Don't really give a fuck if you say fuck.
Do check our Draconian rules though. They are in place to protect you and this site. That includes your words. Other sites have been yanked for less than you might imagine.
hi everybody - new here - i love how deep you discussions here go - on this subject I hit upon a great website the other day, called the Shroom Liberation Front - they desperately need bodies to play a role in highlighting the desperately wrong situation that the war on drugs is doing to society - (essentially they've adopted all transform's reccomendations, as believe in order to save magic mushrooms, the whole drugs classification system needs to change.
This would be appear to be a semi-commercial site and links can only be given with the approval of admin here.
oh right - I guess you're right - still what they represent is on topic - I wouldn't mind if admin could just clarify this organisation - after all they're about actively campaigning for a change in the law, and are related to drugs - however if they're not allowed then I apologise - still their idea is a great one - if enough people got behind movements like these then maybe people could start achieving liberating outcomes and move the debate forward. But again apologies if no-one else agrees. Cheers.