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  1. How will TTIP change our world?

    17 June 2015 - Event
  2. Latin America Drug Policy Dialogue 2011 Montevideo

    17 February 2011 - Event

    The seventh meeting of the Informal Drug Policy Dialogues in Latin America took place in Montevideo, Uruguay. The first Informal Dialogue also took place in Montevideo in September 2007. The meeting was supported by Uruguay’s National Drug Board (Junta Nacional de Drogas, or JND). The two days of dialogue were divided into four sessions that centered on the following issues: (1) Micro-trafficking and proportionality of sentences; (2) Challenges to reforming drug policies; (3) Marijuana in Latin America: Has the time come to open the debate?; and (4) Options and debates in international and regional organizations. There was also a discussion on the impact of the decriminalization of drug consumption in Portugal.

     

  3. Global Campaign: Week of Peoples Mobilisation

    12 October 2019 - Event

    Join in to reclaim peoples rights over investors and corporate profits and impunity.

  4. Launch of State of Power 2016 and The privatisation industry in Europe - Spanish edition

    20 February 2016 - Event

    In the margins of the Plan B para Europa conference, TNI launches two of its latest publications in Spanish: State of Power 2016 and The Privatisation Industry in Europe.

  5. Financial Inclusion for Freedom and Security

    02 October 2017 - Event

    To prevent conflict and sustain peace and democracy, civil society must be able to freely and independently organize itself and perform its duties. However, civil society activism is facing a global pushback.

  6. Shadow Sovereigns: how global corporations are seizing power

    12 November 2015 - Event

    Can Progressives slow the success of neo-liberalism? In recent years links between big business and government have become stronger and more far-reaching than ever, impeding the possibility for progress. Ahead of the Spanish elections and climate change negotiations, Susan George will draw on her new book about the power of big business and her decades of activism and writing to analyse the possibilities for progress.

  7. Why is the Populist Right Rising?

    08 June 2017 - Event

    Trump, Brexit, Wilders, Le Pen, the so-called alt-right and extreme right: the politics of fear and hate seems to have become a worldwide phenomenon. How can we make sense of the exponential growth of the extreme-right in Europe and the US? Three experts on racism, the populist right and islamophobia will talk about the extreme political climate we are currently seeing and the prospects for a new politics of hope and solidarity.

  8. New Winds in Latin American Drug Policies

    21 March 2014 - Event

    Join us in Amsterdam for a seminar on the latest drug policy trends in Latin America.

    Friday, 21 March 2014

    Time: 14.30-17.00

    CEDLA: Centre for Latin American Research and Documentation

  9. Global Land Grabbing Colloquium

    11 June 2012 - Event
  10. Premiere "The Brussels Business"

    02 September 2012 - Event
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    Addressing Europe’s Drug Problem: Combating Drug Trafficking and Substance Misuse

    28 October 2015 - Event

    This International Symposium provides a timely opportunity for practitioners and stakeholders across Europe to discuss the latest challenges and consider the next steps needed to win the fight against illicit drug trafficking and substance misuse through holistic, multi-level and cross-border approaches. Public Policy Exchange welcomes the participation of all key partners, responsible authorities and stakeholders. The Symposium will support the exchange of ideas and encourage delegates to engage in thought-provoking topical debate.
     

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    Climate Justice Conference

    12 July 2008 - Event
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    The Global food crisis

    13 August 2009 - Event
  14. The treaty on transnational corporations and human rights enters “negotiation mode”

    23 October 2017 - Event

    A treaty on transnational corporations (TNCs) and human rights moved a step closer during the latest meeting of the UN working group on human rights and transnational corporations, despite challenges from the EU and the US.

  15. International Impacts of the U.S. Trend towards Legal Marijuana

    17 October 2014 - Event

    For decades, the United States has been a champion of the global drug control treaty system, which limits the use of marijuana exclusively to medical and scientific purposes, and obligates governments to punish and even criminalize recreational marijuana activity. But American attitudes toward marijuana policy are shifting: voters in Colorado and Washington approved ballot initiatives to legalize regulated recreational marijuana in 2012, and recent polls suggest that the majority of Americans think marijuana use should be legalized.

  16. The Latin American Agenda for Drug Policy Reform

    14 March 2012 - Event

    We are currently witnessing renewed attempts to open a debate on alternatives to the current drug control policies in Latin America. The failure of present drug control policies and the disproportionate social, economic, and political costs have led academics, advocates, and officials to search for approaches that promise to be both more humane and more effective.

    Thursday, March 15, 13:15 – 14:45 in the Mozart Room, Vienna International Centre (VIC Restaurant - Ground Floor, F Building)

     

  17. TNI Side Event at the Commission on Narcotic Drugs

    24 March 2011 - Event

    The year 2011 marks the 50th anniversary of the 1961 Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs (CND), the bedrock of the current UN drug control system. TNI will host a side event at the 54th session of the Commission on Narcotic Drugs. Several speakers will critically examine the significance and shortcomings of the Convention, explain how plants and traditional use are treated under its provisions, and discuss the current state of affairs of Bolivia's amendment proposal on coca chewing.

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