PROGRESS, NOT PRISONS
CSSDP National Conference 2012
Hosted by: University of Calgary CSSDP chapter
March 2 – 4, 2012 Calgary, Alberta
JOIN US at Canada’s only national drug policy reform conference! Join students, young people, researchers, social workers, policy makers, activists, academics, curious onlookers, and more for an exciting weekend! The conference will feature panel discussions on pressing topics in drug policy, interactive workshops, student research presentations, chances to hang out with inspiring people, and more. As Canada continues to increase the role of prisons and punishment in our society, we will come together to ask what ‘progress’ means for the current Canadian drug policy movement.
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