Emploi d’été étudiant – Organisation communautaire (français)

Nombre de postes ouverts : 1 poste pour un étudiant francophone Durée : 30h/semaine sur 8 semaines, débutant le plus tôt possible Salaire: $11.25/h Lieu : Canada Date limite pour postuler : 10 juin. Canadian Students for Sensible Drug Policy (CSSDP) est un réseau...

Summer Intern – Community Organizing (English)

Canadian Students for Sensible Drug Policy Number of Positions: 2 Duration: 30 hrs/wk for 8 weeks beginning as soon as possible Wage: $11.25/hr Location: Canada Deadline to apply: June 10, 2016 Canadian Students for Sensible Drug Policy (CSSDP) is a grassroots network...

University of Winnipeg chapter

University of Winnipeg We are the University of Winnipeg chapter of Canadian Students for Sensible Drug Policy! We advocate for the decriminalization of drug use and believe that drug use should be an issue of public health, not criminal justice. If you’re...
#PsychedelicsBecause

#PsychedelicsBecause

Canadian Students for Sensible Drug Policy (CSSDP) is proud to partner with Psymposia for the #PsychedelicsBecause campaign. Psymposia, a group of collaborative social activism projects based on psychedelics, plants, and policy, brought forward this campaign with the...
The Road to UNGASS

The Road to UNGASS

Michelle Thiessen This year’s Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP) annual conference in Washington, D.C. occurred the weekend before the United Nations General Assembly Special Session on Drugs, so some sessions were in preparation for this high-level...
Légalisation du cannabis: la lumière au bout du tunnel?

Légalisation du cannabis: la lumière au bout du tunnel?

Au fil des quatre dernières décénies, nombre de politiciens ont martelé un discours pronant que la prohibition tiendrait les drogues loin de la portée des jeunes. Cependant, comme nous avons pu l’observer, la situation inverse s’est produite et les taux d’usage de substances illicites sont plus hauts que jamais.

Cannabis Legalization: Light at the end of the tunnel?

Cannabis Legalization: Light at the end of the tunnel?

Read the French translation. For the past four decades, politicians have argued that prohibitionist policies will keep drugs out of the hands of youth. As we’ve seen, the opposite has occurred and rates of drug use are higher than they used to be. Canadian youth lead...
UNGASS: An Overview

UNGASS: An Overview

It was a week of high hopes at the UN with Canadian Minister of Health Jane Philpott’s announcement of the country’s plan to legalize cannabis in Spring 2017. The Minister’s statement also focused on safe injection sites, naloxone distribution, support for people who use drugs, and harm reduction practices.