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CANNABIS CLUBS PLUG A GAP IN SPANISH DRUG LAWS

Source: The Guardian

28 December 2010

Giles Tremlett

Member-only clubs spring up as smokers exploit law allowing consumption of cannabis in private

Published on 29 December 2010  by encod
The sign on the door says it all, but the acrid smell and smoke wafting across the Private Cannabis Club in the Madrid dormitory town of Paraceullos de Jarama are proof that it lives up to its name. "This is the one place we can smoke in peace," said a punter at the bar, mixing tobacco and dried, shredded cannabis leaf in a long rolling paper. The Private Cannabis Club, with its palmate green leaves stencilled on the walls and the club’s name etched on to smoked windowpanes, is at the (...)

THE CONCEPT OF DRUG HARMS
Published on 27 December 2010  by encod

UK: EX-MINISTER CALLS FOR DRUG LEGALISATION

Source: BBC News

16 december 2010

Published on 16 December 2010  by encod
Bob Ainsworth, who oversaw the issue at the Home Office in Tony Blair’s government, said the approach of successive administrations had failed. The Labour MP for Coventry North East, also a former defence secretary, said the current policy left the drugs trade in the hands of criminal gangs. Ministers have insisted they remain opposed to decriminalisation. Mr Ainsworth is the most senior politician so far to publicly call for all drugs, including heroin and cocaine, to be decriminalised. (...)

DUTCH COFFEESHOP BAN HARMS TOURISM

Source: Dutch Daily News

15 december 2010

Published on 15 December 2010  by encod
The new Dutch government decision to ban foreigners from buying cannabis in Dutch cannabis coffee shops will have a negative impact on foreign tourism to the Netherlands. "And especially to Amsterdam, according to the Dutch Board of Tourism & Conventions (NBTC). The organization is currently doing an immediate investigation into the economic impact and image of the capital. A quarter of the tourists also visit a coffee shop, while one in ten especially come to Amsterdam to visit (...)

THE GOVERNMENT CANNOT THINK LOGICALLY ABOUT DRUGS

Source: The Guardian (UK)

6 December 2010

By Decca Aitkenhead

The former government adviser on drugs explains why his latest research named alcohol as the most dangerous drug

Published on 7 December 2010  by encod
If someone were to invent a perfectly safe ecstasy pill, what would be done about it? It’s the sort of scenario clubbers like to speculate about, usually at around 6am, a little the worse for wear after a big night out. It’s less common to hear it from a neuropsychopharmacologist and former government scientist – but it is, Professor David Nutt says earnestly, "the key question". So what does he think the government would do? "They would ban it. They would find some pretext to ban it. I think (...)

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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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