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Recent Events

Bristol: Take Drugs Seriously

Join us in Bristol to show public support for legalising and regulating drugs.

When: June 25th, 2024 | 11am - 1pm

Where: College Green, Bristol

Full details here.

Take Drugs Seriously with David Nutt

Join this exciting line up to hear what a new approach to drugs could mean for our city, families, and community. The panel includes CEO of Transform Drugs Shoba Ram, drug researcher David Nutt, author and ex-undercover cop Neil Woods, and Bristol Cable's Matty Edwards to chair the discussion.

When: May 16th, 2024

Where: Bristol Beer Factory

Full details here.

The Nuances of Psychedelics and How to Regulate Their Non-Medical Use

This half-day workshop in collaboration with the Centre for Alcohol and Drug Research (CADR), Aarhus, Denmark, Transform UK, the Department of Sociology, Manchester Metropolitan University and the Department of Criminology, University of Manchester, will explore the nuances of the non-medical use of psychedelics and how they can be regulated to reduce harm and the negative impacts of criminalisation.

When: May 16th, 2024

Where: Manchester Metropolitan University

Cost: Free

Full details here.

Northern Ireland: Take Drugs Seriously

Join us in Belfast to learn about the impact of drugs in Scotland and how we can better protect our community.

When: March 21st, 2024 | 7 PM GMT

Where: Queen's University, Belfast

Cost: Free

Full details here.

How To Regulate Psychedelics

Join Transform in conversation with The Psychedelic Society to discuss our recent proposals on legally regulating psychedelics for non-medical use.

When: March 5th, 2024 | 7 PM GMT

Where: Online

Cost: Tiered

Full details here.


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