Drug Policy & Restorative Justice: “How to Make Policy Work?”


Humanitas360 had the opportunity of organizing a panel about drug policy in the Americas during the Biennial of the Americas Summit 2016. The event counted with an introduction by Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper, and with the participation of Dr. Raquel Peyraube (Clinical Director of ICEERS – International Center for Ethnobotanical Education, Research & Service), Dr. Jayme Garcia Jr. (judge that works in the justice system of the State of São Paulo, Brazil), Katiele Fisher (mother and activist that has fought for the legal right of her daughter to use medical cannabis – their story is chronicled in the film “Ilegal”), and Jordan Lewis (entrepreneur and founder of Silverpeak Apothecary in Colorado, the first United States state to legalize cannabis for both medical and recreational use). The panel, which took place in the Museum of Modern Art auditorium in São Paulo, was moderated by Piero Bonadeo, Vice-president of Humanitas360 and former deputy at the United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime. Watch the highlights of the panel in our newest video.

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