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MANUAL TO CREATE CANNABIS SOCIAL CLUBS

A CITIZENS’ INITIATIVE FOR A LEGAL CANNABIS MARKET

Published on 29 January 2013  by encod
Cannabis Social Clubs are associations of citizens who organise the cultivation of a limited amount of cannabis to satisfy their personal needs. They establish a closed circuit of production, distribution and consumption in agreement with legal standards that are valid in their country. At the moment, Cannabis Social Clubs are legally operating in Spain and Belgium. There may be possibilities to set up a club in any country where the consumption of cannabis is depenalised. In December (...)

CODE OF CONDUCT FOR EUROPEAN CANNABIS SOCIAL CLUBS

9 December 2011

Herewith Encod presents a code of conduct for European Cannabis Social Clubs. This code has been elaborated by Encod members in Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom. Some of them are currently involved in Cannabis Social Clubs that operate legally in their country, others are involved in the preparation of CSC’s that will be established once the legislation on cultivation of cannabis for personal use allows for this. To know more, please contact us

Published on 2 November 2011  by encod
EUROPEAN CANNABIS SOCIAL CLUBS CODE OF CONDUCT DECEMBER 2011 Due to the lack of a legal framework with regards to cannabis cultivation for personal use, we, cannabis consumers throughout Europe have initiated an own model of regulation and control. This model, called the Cannabis Social Club, aims to prevent cannabis consumers from being involved in illegal activities and assures that certain requirements concerning public health and safety are being fulfilled. Cannabis Social Clubs (...)

A PEACE PROPOSAL IN THE WAR ON NATURE

CANNABIS SOCIAL CLUBS

Published on 14 October 2008 
Just like when people can go to a bar when they want to consume alcohol, there should be a place where you can obtain cannabis. There should be a system for production of cannabis and distribution to consumers that is causing less inconveniences, difficulties and costs. There should be a place where cannabis can be enjoyed in a responsible way. There should be (more) Cannabis Social Clubs. Cannabis Social Clubs are associations of citizens who want to organise the cultivation of a limited (...)

CANNABIS SOCIAL CLUBS FLYER
Published on 29 September 2007  by encod

A PEACE PROPOSAL IN THE WAR ON DRUGS, JUNE 2007

CANNABIS SOCIAL CLUBS

Speech at the Cannabis Tipo Forte Hemp Fair in Bologna, Italy, 1-3 June 2007

Published on 10 June 2007  by encod
Just like when people can go to a bar when they want to consume alcohol, there should be a place where you can obtain cannabis. There should be a system for production of cannabis and distribution to consumers that is causing less inconveniences, difficulties and costs. There should be a place where cannabis can be enjoyed in a responsible way. There should be (more) Cannabis Social Clubs. Cannabis Social Clubs are associations of citizens who want to organise the cultivation of a limited (...)

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The European Coalition for Just and Effective Drug Policies, is a pan-European network of currently 160 NGO’s and individual experts involved in the drug issue on a daily base. We are the European section of an International Coalition, which consists of more than 400 NGOs from around the world that have adhered to a Manifesto for Just and Effective Drug Policies (established in 1998). Among our members are organisations of cannabis and other drug users, of health workers, researchers, grassroot activists as well as companies.


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