Building a Movement for Reason, Compassion and Justice
November 10, 11, & 12, 2005
Beginning with a reception on the evening of November 9.
Westin Hotel, Long Beach, California
This coming November, more than 1,000 people from across the country and around the world will gather to learn more about drug policy reform issues. No better opportunity exists to strategize and mobilize for reform.
Who should attend?
Anyone who believes the war on drugs is doing more harm than good! The diversity and expertise of our audience is what will make this conference a success. If you are a community activist, elected official, criminal justice professional or reform advocate, public health administrator, health care or drug treatment professional, educator, student, person in recovery, or a family member or friend of a drug war prisoner this conference is for you! If you would like to be placed on our mailing list to receive a conference brochure, email: DPA@KessJones.com or call 1-888-361-6338.
Do you work with an organization or business that wants to be recognized as a leader and friend of drug policy reform? Sponsorship, partnership and exhibit opportunities are currently available. Contact conference coordinator Paula Santiago today for more information at 212-613-8034 or emial: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We plan to apply for Continuing Education Units for counselors, social workers, attorneys and physicians.
Partner Agreement Form
The 2005 International Drug Policy Reform Conference will address:
Building a Movement
Family Values/Valuing Families
Federal and State-Based Reform
GLBT People and the Drug War
Methadone, Buprenorphine and Heroin
Physicians and Prescribing
Politics of Science
Surveillance and Privacy
Teens and Drugs
Conveniently following the 2005 International Drug Policy Reform Conference, Join the leaders of the Drug Policy Reform Movement for a Membership Cruise to Mexico!
Drug Policy Alliance
P.S. Right now, the best way to take action for drug policy reform is to become a member of the Alliance. Join us today. http://actioncenter.drugpolicy.org/ctt.asp?u=46915&l=83066
Please consider joining the Drug Policy Alliance: https://secure3.ctsg.com/dpa/donation/index.aspItem=18&ms=conf2005stdTest2