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Jamaican Advisory Work

December 11, 2015 Featured

With 17 years of experience at the front-line of drug policy reform and numerous scientific studies, the Beckley Foundation will assist Jamaica’s government by advising and providing feedback on global drug policy issues, assisting in helping set up the key elements necessary for a successfully-regulated industry, and interacting with medical research and product development. Amanda […]

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Public Letter

October 12, 2010 Featured

The Beckley Foundation Public Letter was first published in the Times and the Guardian in November 2011. It is signed by 9 Presidents, 13 Nobel Prize winners, and a host of other distinguished world figures –  and the list is still growing.

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Scientific Research

October 10, 2010 Featured

The Beckley Foundation Scientific Programme is a multi-disciplinary programme of studies into the potential benefits and risks of psychoactive substances, the effects they have on consciousness, and their potential therapeutic applications.

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The Beckley Foundation

September 30, 2010 Featured

The Beckley Foundation carries out pioneering scientific research into psychoactive drugs and consciousness, and promotes evidence-based, health-oriented drug policy reform.

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Seminars

September 24, 2010 Featured

Since 2000, the Beckley Foundation has organised a series of international seminars entitled Society and Drugs: A Rational Perspective, held mainly at the House of Lords in London. These events influence thought leaders by presenting rational overviews of the issues surrounding the use and misuse of drugs.

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The Beckley/Imperial Research Programme

September 24, 2010 Featured

The Beckley Foundation -Imperial College Psychopharmacological Research Programme investigates the neural and subjective effects of psychoactive substances, and their potential therapeutic applications.

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