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Licensing and Regulation of the Cannabis Market

May 27, 2014 Cannabis Commission Featured

A new report from the Beckley Foundation: Licensing and Regulation of the Cannabis Market in England and Wales: Towards a Cost/Benefit Analysis         Groundbreaking New Study , Commissioned by the Beckley Foundation and carried out by the Institute for Social and Economic Research at the University of Essex UK    [spoiler intro=”Conference in […]

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Conclusions and Recommendations of the Cannabis Commission

December 12, 2010 BF Drug Policy Initiatives

Conclusions & Recommendations To download click here Translations available: French German Spanish Portuguese Italian Russian Greek Serbian Conclusions About Cannabis Use and Harms In the last half century recreational use of cannabis has become widely established among teenagers and young adults in a broad range of developed countries and in some developing countries. In developed […]

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About the Global Cannabis Commission

September 2, 2010 Cannabis Commission Featured

The Beckley Foundation, a UN-accredited NGO, has been an influential force in bringing together senior drug policy stakeholders to discuss ways of reforming drug policies in order to lead to more effective management of psychoactive substances in the future. Its director Amanda Feilding raised the issue that even though cannabis is by far the most […]

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The Beckley Foundation’s Global Cannabis Commission new Book ‘Cannabis Policy: Moving Beyond Stalemate’

September 2, 2010 Achievements

The Beckley Foundation’s Global Cannabis Commission is now published as a book in association with Oxford University Press entitled: ‘Cannabis Policy: Moving Beyond Stalemate’ Cannabis, marijuana, pot, ganja – it goes by many names – is by far the most widely used illegal substance, and accounts for more arrests than any other drug. Politicians the […]

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