Tag: training

30
Sep

The First African Leaders Training Session

On September 23rd, Róisín Downes ‘15 held SSDP’s first African Leaders Training Session. 20 leaders from across the continent joined the call to learn more about SSDP and how we organize in the African context. The training consisted of an explanation of SSDP’s mission, vision and values, and discussing what those mean to our African members. Following that, we reviewed

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12
Sep

SSDP receives grant from Threshold Foundation for the Just Say Know Psychedelic Pipeline!

As some of you may have heard at #SSDP2019, Students for Sensible Drug Policy is embarking on a new project to connect our members and alumni interested in a career in psychedelic-assisted therapy and research to quality mentorship, training, and career development opportunities. The Psychedelic Pipeline will serve as a unique pathway for SSDPers to connect to professionals in the
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24
Jan

Introducing ‘SSDP101: History and Overview of SSDP’

In SSDP101, join SSDP’s Executive Director, Betty Aldworth, as she discusses SSDP’s origins and growth into what it is today: an international grassroots network of students who are concerned about the impact of drug abuse on our communities, but who also know that the War on Drugs is failing our generation and our society. SSDP101 is the first in a

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25
Apr

Announcing SSDP's Federal Marijuana Lobby Day

Our movement faces a critically limited window of time between now and this summer, when the U.S. House of Representatives may vote on an amendment that would seek to curtail DEA enforcement activities in states with legal marijuana markets. Join SSDP for a day of lobbying training, then head to Capitol Hill to make your voice heard. Sunday June 16

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7
Feb

3 Drug Policy Activism Boot Camps this spring

These events serve to unite the SSDP chapter network for a day of training, workshops, discussion, networking, and expert presentations aimed to help us refine our skills as advocates for ending the destructive war on drugs.  Interactive sessions and workshops will be led by Aaron Houston, Stacia Cosner, Drew Stromberg, and Devon Tackels of the SSDP national staff. The staff will guide participants through activities

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4
Oct

Join Us In Michigan

This year, our chapter at the University of Michigan invites you to be a part of the 2012 Midwest Regional SSDP Conference in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The conference will be taking place on the University of Michigan campus,on November 10th, 2012. Early Bird registration is now available until October 15th, so please register today. This conference serves to unite the Midwest

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14
Mar

The SSDP2012 Conference Program

With just over a week to go, we’re so excited to share with you the SSDP2012 program.  This beautiful document created by Saul Fougnier includes everything you need to know about the 13th Annual International Students for Sensible Drug Policy Conference. Open publication – Free publishing – More colorado   Haven’t registered yet?  You’re in luck — the registration deadline has been extended

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1
Mar

SSDP2012 Conference Announcement…

Good news!  Today was the original deadline to register for SSDP2012: The 13th Annual International Students for Sensible Drug Policy Conference, but we have decided to extend the deadline until Friday, March 9, 2012.  Register here to join hundreds of others who will be with us in Denver later this month.  (Please Note: After March 9th, you will no longer be able to register

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9
Feb

What's in store for SSDP2012…

We’re proud to announce lots of exciting sessions that will take place during SSDP2012: The 13th Annual International Students for Sensible Drug Policy Conference. In keeping with our theme, “Learn. Train. Act.” there will be three types of sessions: panels, workshops, and roundtable discussions. Please note that schedule and content for the conference is subject to change.  More details and updates will be

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14
Nov

2011 Midwest Regional Conference

Our chapter at Roosevelt University will be hosting this year’s Midwest Regional Students for Sensible Drug Policy Conference and would like to invite you to join us December 2-3, 2011 in Chicago, IL for a weekend of networking, training workshops, and expert presentations to help us refine our skills as advocates to end the war on drugs. This conference will be bringing together SSDP chapter

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