Alternatives to illegal drugs: The man who discovered meow-meow

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 16 September, 2017
19:00 - 23:00

Location
Cinetol

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As the third Summer of Love is reaching its blossom and research on psychedelics is ‘breaking through’, individuals and societies should begin to think about alternative ways of producing, distributing and consuming psychoactive substances. This means also considering the growing number of so-called research chemicals released onto the market.

The Psychedelic Society of the Netherlands (PSN) is proud to present: Dr. Zee, the man who discovered meow-meow (mephedrone), as well as many other legal highs, who will be our main speaker on the 16th of September.

During the event we will discuss alternative substances, including research chemicals, and how these could be part of changing the current paradigm of drug prohibition. The term research chemicals refers to a wide variety of often still unregulated substances with a short history of human use. They include analogues of existing illegal substances and are often portraid to have similar effects to their illegal counterparts.

Joining the discussion are Raoul Koning, harm-reduction specialist at Jellinek/Unity and Robin Jansen, a philosopher and a initiator of the popular online community Changing Perspective.

The event will be hosted by a PSN member and the co-founder of the Finnish Association for Psychedelic Research, Aleksi Hupli (PhD Cand.).

Tickets: 5 euros in advance, 10 euros at the door (very limited number available). To assure a seat, get your ticket via the ticketshop:

https://shop.ikbenaanwezig.nl/tickets/event/legal-highs-with-dr-zee

Doors open at 19.30 and the programme starts at 20.00.

Watch a documentary about Dr. Zee done by the Drugreporter:

See also:
https://changingperspective.info/
https://www.jellinek.nl/

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