On March 21st we’re teaming up with Anyone’s Child as we host two events in one evening. Join us at Waterstones Tottenham Court Road…
Guardian journalist Decca Aitkenhead chairs a discussion brought to you by Anyone’s Child, the organisation composed of bereaved family members who campaign for drug law reform. Donna May, a parent who is largely credited with changing many attitudes in Canada, will join Anne-Marie Cockburn, author of What Martha Did Next and a UK member of Anyone’s Child. ‘Meet the mums legalising drugs’
For further details: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/meet-the-mums-legalising-drugs-tickets-32346449100
The second feature will be a panel discussion with human rights activist Peter Tatchell, journalist Steve Topple, and Jane Slater from Anyone’s Child and Transform Drug Policy Foundation – we take a look at: ‘What can drug law reform can learn from LGBT and other social movements’. What can we glean from those who have faced so many challenges and have campaigned for far-reaching societal changes?
For further details: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/lgbt-what-can-drug-policy-reform-learn-from-other-social-movements-tickets-32510609107
Tickets will be valid for both events. Start time 7pm
Stop and Search – a podcast which is part of Scroobius Pip’s Distraction Pieces Network, brought to you by Acast, in association with LEAP UK