Great news! Early bird registration is now open for the biggest Students for Sensible Drug Policy event of the year, and for the first 24 hours only, we’ll be covering Eventbrite processing fees, saving you $15-30!
#Sensible2020, the drug policy reform conference by and for young drug policy reformers, will bring nearly 400 chapter members, alumni, and allies to Baltimore, MD and Washington, DC from March 27-30 for:
- Educational programming. The cutting-edge core conference program will include prominent keynote speakers and panels addressing urgent and emerging subjects in drug policy reform, harm reduction, leadership, organizing, and advocacy.
- Awards Ceremony + Dance Party. Outstanding members and allies are celebrated at our awards ceremony followed by a dance party featuring SSDP’s house band The Wets and DJs.
- Student Congress. Board members are elected and governing resolutions are processed when every SSDP member participates in defining their SSDP.
- Lobby Day. On Monday, we’ll bus attendees and allies from Baltimore to Washington, DC to lobby Congress in support of sensible drug policy.
- And more. Nearly non-stop opportunities to connect with advocates and leaders of the drug policy reform movement are facilitated through an alumni gathering, meetups, networking, and other events throughout the weekend.
Hotel booking is available now at the Embassy Suites Baltimore Inner Harbor hotel through this link.
Got an idea for a topic or speaker you’d like to see at #Sensible2020? Session proposals may be submitted online today or any time before December 28.
If you’ve been to an SSDP conference before, you know it can be a life-changing experience for drug policy reformers of any age. If you haven’t yet made it to one of our conferences, check out last year’s conference recap and videos from previous conferences to give you an idea of what’s in store for #Sensible2020.
Registration rates are as low as they’ll ever be for the next 24 hours, so what are you waiting for? Register today!
We can’t wait to see you in Baltimore.