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Default Drug Policy Alliance 2003 Biennial Conference

The Drug Policy Alliance 2003 Biennial Conference Is Less Than One Month Away!

Register now at http://actioncenter.drugpolicy.org/c...=429716&l=6444

Reason - Compassion - Justice

November 5-8, 2003

The Sheraton Meadowlands Hotel & Conference Center, East Rutherford, New Jersey (15 minutes from midtown Manhattan)

http://actioncenter.drugpolicy.org/c...=429716&l=6444

ARE YOU REGISTERED?

Don't miss the deadline for early bird registration. SAVE $70

The early bird registration fees have been extended until October 20th!! Early bird fees for the Awards Ceremony and exhibitors will also apply. To register, please visit http://actioncenter.drugpolicy.org/c...=429716&l=6445

AWARDS CEREMONY & DINNER

This year we will celebrate the Awards for Achievements in Drug Policy Reform throughout the conference and at a special Awards Ceremony and Dinner on Friday, November 7, 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm at the Sheraton Meadowlands. For more information and a complete list of past award winners, please visit
http://actioncenter.drugpolicy.org/c...=429716&l=6443

HOTEL & TRAVEL INFORMATION

The best airline deals only apply until October 17th. Make reservations now! The discounted room rate at the Sheraton has been extended until October 20th! Please call the Sheraton reservations line at 1-800-325-3535 to reserve a discounted room at the Sheraton Meadowlands Hotel in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

SCHOLARSHIPS

The application deadline for scholarships was September 30th. We are presently contacting scholarship applicants on the status of their applications.

CONTINUING EDUCATION

The Drug Policy Alliance conference will offer Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for Counselors and Social Workers. In addition, application for accreditation of this program by the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board is currently pending. Please check the website for additional information and updates or call the conference office at 1-888-361-6338.

AGENDA AND SPEAKERS

A detailed agenda is available on our website as well as an updated list of our conference speakers:
http://actioncenter.drugpolicy.org/c...=429716&l=6442

Noted speakers as of October 10th:

Caroline Acker, Carnegie Mellon University

Kenneth Alper, New York University School of Medicine

Judy Appel, Drug Policy Alliance

James Austin,George Washington University

Glenn Backes, Drug Policy Alliance

Ed Barocas, American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey

Mary Barr, Conextions, Inc.

Michael Blain, Prisoner's Justice Network

Tom Blaney, Conroy, Smith & Co.

Peter Blanken, University Medical Centre Utrecht

Graham Boyd, American Civil Liberties Union Drug Policy Litigation Project

Devon Brown, New Jersey Department of Corrections

William Buckman, William H. Buckman Law Firm

Scott Burris, Temple University

Larry Campbell, Mayor, Vancouver, British Columbia

Corinne Carey, Human Rights Watch

Peter Christ, Law Enforcement Against Prohibition

Allan Clear, Harm Reduction Coalition

Todd Clear, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Florida State University

Denise Clegg, Drug Policy Alliance

Jonathan Cohen, Human Rights Watch

Peter Cohen, Centre for Drug Research (CEDRO)

Jack Cole, Law Enforcement Against Prohibition

Senator Jon Corzine, United States Senate

Richard Curtis, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

John de Miranda, National Association on Alcohol, Drugs, and Disability

Rick Doblin, Multidisciplinary Association of Psychedelic Studies

Christie Donner, Colorado Criminal Justice Reform Coalition

William Dyson, Connecticut State Assembly

Mitch Earleywine, University of Southern California

Edward Ellison, Law Enforcement Against Prohibition, Great Briton

Richard Elovich, Gay Men's Health Crisis in New York City

Angelyn Frazer, Families Against Mandatory Minimums

Paul Fudala, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine

Michelle Garcia

Ira Glasser, Drug Policy Alliance

Eliot Green, Loeb & Loeb LLP

Charles Grob, Harbor-University of California Los Angeles Medical Center

Reed Gusciora, New Jersey State Legislature

Ronald Hampton, National Black Police Association

William Harrell, American Civil Liberties Union of Texas

Joseph "Jazz" Hayden, New York City Campaign for the Restoration of the Vote

Katharine Huffman, Drug Policy Alliance

John Hulick, National Council on Alcohol and Drug Dependence New Jersey (NCADD-NJ)

Jeanette Irwin, Drug Policy Alliance

Deborah Jacobs, American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey

John Jeffries, Legal Action Center's National H.I.R.E. Network

Rob Kampia, Marijuana Policy Project

Sandra Karpetas, Iboga Therapy House

Patrick Kroupa, University of Miami

Harry Levine, City University of New York

David Lewis, Brown University

Pam Lichty, Drug Policy Reform of Hawaii

Howard Lotsof, Dora Weiner Foundation

Chris Mann, MedEvent

Vincent Marrone, Public Strategies LLC

Marc Mauer, The Sentencing Project

Walter McKay, Organizational Ethics in Law

Hilary McQuie, Americans for Safe Access (ASA)

Alberto Mendoza, Drug Policy Alliance

Fabio Mesquita, Ministry of Health of the City of Sao Paulo, Brazil

John Morgan, City College of New York

Sheigla Murphy, Institute for Scientific Analysis

Ethan Nadelmann, Drug Policy Alliance

Robert Newman, The International Center for Advancement of Addiction Treatment of The Baron
Edmond de Rothschild Chemical Dependency Institute

Tony Newman, Drug Policy Alliance

Pierre Claude Nolin, Former Senator, British Columbia

Phillip Owen, Former Mayor, Vancouver, British Columbia

Lynn Paltrow, National Advocates for Pregnant Women (NAPW)

Mark Parrino, American Association for the Treatment of Opiod Dependance

Stanton Peele

Daniel Pinchbeck

Bill Piper, Drug Policy Alliance

Russ Portenoy, Beth Israel Medical Center

Arun Prabhakaran, Kensington Welfare Rights Union

Divine Pryor, Association for Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment, Inc.

Craig Reinarman, College Eight

Chuck Reis, UpFront

Anthony Romero, American Civil Liberties Union

Michael Roona, Social Capital Development Corporation

Marsha Rosenbaum, Drug Policy Alliance West

Malika Saada Saar, Rebecca Project for Human Rights

Laura Sager, Families Against Mandatory Minimums

Shayna Samuels, Drug Policy Alliance

Reverend Edwin Sanders, Drug Policy Alliance

Paula Santiago, Harm Reduction Coalition

Lloyd Sederer, New York Division of Mental Hygiene Services

Vincent Schiraldi, Justice Policy Institute

Sidney Schnoll, Purdue Pharma,

Roseanne Scotti, New Jersey Drug Policy Project

Carol Shapiro, La Bodega de la Familia

Steph Sherer, Americans for Safe Access

Rodney Skager, University of California Los Angeles

Deborah Small, Drug Policy Alliance

Mike Smithson, ReconsiDer: Forum on Drug Policy

Kemba Smith

Gerry Stimson, Imperial College of Medicine

Antionette Tellez-Humble, Drug Policy Alliance

Chuck Thomas, Unitarian Universalists for Drug Policy Reform

Bruce Trigg, Metropolitan Detention Center Public Health Office

David Vlahov, New York Academy of Medicine

Michael Weems, Ohio State University

Janet Wolf, Religious Leaders for a More Just and Compassionate Drug Policy

Kevin Zeese, Common Sense for Drug Policy
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