Saturday, 29 December 2012

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ssdpuk: Cannabis makes pain more bearable rather than actually reducing it, a study from the University of Oxford suggests http://t.co/hldsTGlw
ssdpuk: Happy Holidays from SSDP! Today's article: Teens who drink likely to have brain damage, not those who smoke cannabis http://t.co/EGVauUJ8
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Students for Sensible Drug Policy UK

The Youth and Student Movement to End the War on Drugs

Students for Sensible Drug Policy UK is a grassroots network of students and young people dedicated to ending the War on Drugs. We have chapters at universities, colleges and in communities all over the United Kingdom.



SSDP chapters provide a voice for people who want the drug laws and the way we talk about drugs in society to change. They put on events at their educational institutions and in their local communities to promote alternatives to the current system and campaign on local, national and international issues in drug policy.

We envisage a world in which people who use drugs are no longer criminalised and that drugs are regulated in the best possible way to protect society. If you believe that drug policy should be based on compassion, reason, evidence and human rights then join us. Whether you care about cannabis legalisation, problematic drug use, drug classification, the violence caused by the drugs trade, protecting young people or just want to end drug prohibition there is a place for you in our movement!



Anyone can help get involved in SSDP regardless of whether you are a student or young person. For students and young people to start a local group click on the Getting Involved link to the left.

Whether you are an artist, musician, graphic designer, fundraiser, video editor, web designer, writer or just want to help us out! Drop us an email at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it and we will be in touch!

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