Release's 50th Anniversary - Panel discussion - Criminalisation by Any Means
Release’s 50th Anniversary: The Museum of Drug Policy is a pop-up arts and cultural hub featuring live programming and art from around the world that highlight how drug policies impact and shape our communities. Included in the programme at 3pm on Saturday 4th November is a panel discussion entitled, Criminalisation by Any Means. The panel will be Sebastian Gardiner , 25 Bedford Row, Niki Adams , English Collective of Prostitutes, Kirstie Douse, Release and the Chair: Lorna Macfarlane. This session explores the use of anti-social behaviour laws and proceeds of crime cases after conviction to additionally target these groups.
Release - the UK’s centre of expertise on drugs and drugs law - has been providing free and confidential specialist advice to the public, and campaigning for the reform of drug policy, for 50 years. To celebrate their 50th anniversary, they will be hosting the Museum of Drug Policy in London from November 3rd-5th.
Friday 3rd – Sunday 5th November, 2017, 10am - 10pm (Sunday: 10am - 5pm), 47-49 Tanner Street FREE ENTRY