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Being informed is an important part of being an activist.
In order to be an effective activist you need to be ready with your facts when the opportunity arises to educate. As you become more informed about the facts relating to marijuana your confidence about speaking out will grow, along with your ability to be persuasive.

I've tried to organize the information in this section in a way to make it easy to find what you need quickly. This section of the site is also intended to be used as a resource when writing letters to newspaper editors, to politicians, and for call-in radio or TV shows.

I recommend joining and participating in an online cannabis forum to get connected to others in the cannabis community. The pot-friendly environment is enjoyable and you'll become more educated about cannabis and cannabis laws, and you'll hear about upcoming events and opportunities to help out.

Special Senate Committee on Illegal Drugs
Special Senate Committee on Illegal Drugs

The Special Senate Committee on Illegal Drugs formed on April 11, 2000 and began hearings in October 2000. The scope of the committee was narrowed to the study of cannabis laws. The committee's final report was issued on September 4, 2002 and strongly supported the legalization of cannabis. To learn more, click here.

 

A cannabis reader: global issues and local experiencesA cannabis reader: global issues and local experiences

EMCDDA, Lisbon, June 2008
(The European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction)

Summary:
The EMCDDA’s cannabis monograph addresses one basic question. How can I find quality information on cannabis, amid all the bias and opinion?

The monograph is divided into two volumes:

The first volume centres on political, legislative, commercial and social developments relating to cannabis. Its core audience thus comprises policymakers, sociologists, historians, journalists and those involved in enforcement.

The second volume is targeted at drugs professionals working in the fields of treatment, prevention and healthcare

Download as PDF:
Volume 1 (English, 3 MB),
Volume 2 (English, 1.5 MB),
Full version (English, 4 MB)

Related news article:
Cannabis safer than alcohol or tobacco, says study
Cannabis is less dangerous than alcohol or tobacco, according to a major review published by the EU drugs agency.
27 June 2008 - The Irish Examiner



Canadian Year Overviews:
Cannabis and Canada: Year 2002 in Review
Cannabis and Canada: Year 2000 in Review


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