Here you will find many of the upcoming events that will focus on drugs, health and national & international policy.

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Annual ISAM Global Addictions Conference
28 Sep 2021 to 1 Oct 2021 | Valletta, Malta VISION: A strong and forward looking society in addiction medicine that supports its members and affiliate organisations to deliver high-quality patient centered care all over the world
International Drug Policy Reform Conference
10 Nov 2021 to 12 Nov 2021 | Seattle, USA Reform attendees have the opportunity to spend three days interacting with people committed to finding alternatives to the war on drugs while participating in sessions given by leading experts from around the world. Don’t miss the opportunity to be a part of this event.
THE 14TH ISSDP CONFERENCE
17 Nov 2021 to 19 Nov 2021 | Aguascalientes, Mexico Some revisions to the program may be necessary in light of the inability of some speakers to attend. We will be checking in with members and planned speakers in the spring to try to manage these changes, most likely through a message board inside Memberclicks. For travel and conference plans, please check back this Spring.
14th European Congress on Heroin Addiction & Related Clinical Problems
19 Nov 2021 to 21 Nov 2021 | Grenoble, France The 14th European Opiate Addiction Treatment Association (EUROPAD) conference will be held in Grenoble, France on November 19-21, 2021.
The Lisbon Addictions Conference
23 Nov 2022 | Lisbon, Portugal Lisbon Addictions Conference will be stimulating and promoting high-quality scientific debate, showcasing leading European addiction research in the specialist areas of illicit drugs, alcohol, tobacco, gambling, and other addictive behaviors.
Harm Reduction International 2021 - postponed to 2023
16 Apr 2023 to 19 Apr 2023 | Melbourne, Australia The conference - now held biennially - is the main global forum for the exchange of information at the intersection of human rights, public health and drug policy. It attracts over 1,000 international delegates, including service providers, policy makers, UN officials, researchers, advocates and networks of people who use drugs, among others.
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