[Event] Drugs can be dangerous. But does banning them cause more harm than good?

Anyone’s Child: Families for Safer Drug Control are hosting an event.

Anyone’s Child is a campaign led by a group of families whose lives have been torn apart because of our disastrous drug law. Hear them explain why they and others are now campaigning for a new approach, one that treats drugs as a health issue, rather than a crime, and takes the trade out of the hands of street dealers and violent gangs.

There will also be a Q&A with the speakers:

Anne-Marie Cockburn, from Oxford, mother of 15 year-old Martha, who tragically died due to a drugs overdose.

Neil Woods from Law Enforcement Against Prohibition (LEAP), who served as an undercover drugs officer for 14 years.

Jane Slater, Coordinator of the ‘Anyone’s Child Families for Safer Drug Control’ campaign

Refreshments will be provided.

Tickets cost £5. Buy them here.

 

WHEN
WHERE
St. Barnabas Church – Saint Barnabas Street, Oxford, OX2 6BG – View Map
Transform Drug Policy Foundation
9-10 King Street, Bristol
BS1 4EQ
Contact: jane@tdpf.org.uk
0117 325 0295