This week’s Opinion Interview in the New Scientist features Amanda Feilding on the groundbreaking work of the Beckley Foundation. In the interview, Amanda explains how the Foundation has initiated major scientific breakthroughs and is involved in reforming global drug policies along lines based on health, harm reduction, cost effectiveness and human rights. The interview also highlights how the Foundation has been invited to advise President Otto Pérez Molina of Guatemala on policy reform.
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