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Overseas sites

EMCDDA - European Monitoring Centre for Drugs & Drug Addiction - Excellent site for comparisons between usage levels and legal situation in different EU countries. Based in Lisbon.

DRCNET - Drug Reform Coordinating Network The Drug Reform Coordination Network was founded in 1993 and has quickly grown into a national network of more than 6,000 activists and concerned citizens including parents, educators, students, lawyers, health care professionals, academics, and others working for drug policy reform from a variety of perspectives, including harm reduction, reform of sentencing and forfeiture laws, medicalization of currently schedule I drugs, and promotion of an open debate on drug prohibition.

Marijuana Policy Project (US) The Marijuana Policy Project (MPP) understands that no one policy will solve all problems. Each potentially harmful effect of marijuana consumption and the myriad public and private marijuana control efforts must be thoroughly evaluated. Each policy option should be judged according to whether the overall harm is reduced or increased. Furthermore, public policies must be grounded in the reality that marijuana consumption is already widespread despite the present prohibition laws.

NORML (National Organisation for the Reform of the Marijuana Laws) US website Since its founding in 1970, NORML has been the principal national advocate for legalizing marijuana. During the 1970s, NORML led the successful efforts to decriminalize minor marijuana offenses in 11 states and significantly lower penalties in all others. Though the decriminalization movement eventually fell victim to the "war on drugs," NORML has remained the nation's principal organization dedicated to ending marijuana prohibition.

Today NORML serves as an informational resource to the national media on marijuana-related stories; lobbies state and federal legislators to permit the medical use of marijuana and to reject recent attempts to treat minor marijuana offenses more harshly; and serves as the umbrella group for a national network of citizen activists committed to ending marijuana prohibition.

Drug Treatment Centers and Drug Rehabilitation USA Based - they say - Sober Living drug and alcoholism treatment centers provide help for chemical dependency, substance abuse, and alcoholism; while living on the beach.

National Drug Strategy Network (US) - NDSN is an information sharing network which seeks to provide complete and up-to-date information about current events regarding drug issues. NDSN does not take any official positions on policy matters, and does not lobby or testify before Congress. Membership in the NDSN is not an endorsement of any position. NDSN welcomes all concerned about the problems of drugs: critics of the war on drugs as well as public officials, law enforcement officials, researchers, scholars, drug treatment professionals, judges, prosecutors, etc.

Aoteroa Legalise Cannabis Party (New Zealand) - To achieve the legalisation of cannabis for recreational, spiritual, medicinal and industrial purposes.

Hanfbewegung Online - German-language cannabis information site

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