A Double Bill: March 21st – Don’t Miss These Next Events

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? stop-and-search-march (1)

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


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