Law Reform-oriented sites
Drug Policy Foundation (TDPF) - exists to minimise
drug-related harm to individuals and communities by
bringing about a just, humane and effective system to
regulate and control drugs at national and international
Party Drugs Group
- Now support full legalisation of cannabis
Cannabis Alliance - registered political party -
manifesto available - how & why to stand in an election
Help from Cannabis for Multiple Sclerosis (THC4MS)
on parliamentary moves for cannabis law reform.
Harm Reduction Alliance- an alterrnative Tory drugs
the Climate - US group lobbying for political change.
website Calling for the full legalisation of cannabis
world-wide and the release of all cannabis prisoners.
website Comprehensive reform-orientated cannabis
Cannabis Campaign (Scotland) The war on drugs in
Scotland is still online! Old site for historic purposes.
Marks (Ex cannabis smuggler) home page
News - Cannabis tabloid for the Cannabis Community.
- Online Cannabis & Campaigning Magazine & Info
Sense in Drug Policy - Effective Drug Control Strategy
1999. Drug War Facts (US site) Updated monthly, Drug
War Facts provides reliable information and credible
citations on important criminal justice and public health
issues. The goal is to introduce facts cited by authoritative
sources to a debate which is often characterized by
myths, erroneous information and emotion.
Home Page - A Personal Newsletter on the Cannabis
Controversies. Freedom has nothing to fear from the
truth. Marijuananews is Updated Once A Day, Sunday Through
Friday. Includes many newspaper articles.
Party (US) - Ending the War on Drugs The so-called
"War on Drugs" is costing American taxpayers billions
of dollars, endangering our children, eroding the protections
of the Bill of Rights, creating enormous profits for
drug dealers, and corrupting our police and judicial
system. And it will never achieve what its supporters
say they want -- a "drug-free America". It's time to
end this failed "war".
(US) - The Drug Peace Campaign is a California Political
Action Committee formed January 1, 1999, whose mission
is to seek a peaceful end to the war now being waged
by our own governments against us, the citizens of the
United States of America, and the World.
Ellison's Legalisation Home Page Most of us share
the same aim - "to achieve the lowest level of drug
abuse possible - utilising a policy that causes the
least harm to the rest of society" Eddie Ellison retired
from the Metropolitan Police in 1993 as Detective Chief
Superintendent heading the Crime Policy Unit of Specialist
Operations Department at New Scotland Yard. He spent
a total of seven years on the Metropolitan Police Central
Drug Squad and was its operational head for three years.
Cannabis Assembly Building religious legal defence