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Join us at the Psychedelic Liberty Summit as we bring together thought-leaders from across the globe to discuss the future of psychedelic liberty:
Presented by: Chacruna
- Focus on the intersection of psychedelics, legality, and policy.
- Unite more than 30 community partners from all over the world.
- Strengthen global ties between activists, researchers, community leaders, and lawyers.
- Address peyote conservation, by calling attention to the urgent need for ethical and sustainable sourcing for vulnerable, native psychedelic plants and materials.
- Strengthen a national alliance between local decriminalization initiatives and clinical trials.
- Promote dialogue between traditional populations and scientists.
- Critical reflections on important issues:
- Commodification of psychedelics and the emergence of psychedelic corporations.
- Political, ethical, and cultural implications of transforming substances like ayahuasca into pharmaceutical medicines.
- Which substances should be decriminalized and how decriminalized should they be?
- Lessons from the cannabis industry that psychedelic advocates should be aware of.
- Accessibility of MDMA-assisted psychotherapy for posttraumatic stress disorder and psilocybin for depression for underrepresented groups.
- Visibility of people of color, especially indiginous and minority populations, within the psychedelic movement.
- Specific cultural traumas faced by people of color in relation to healing with psychedelics.
- Ethical, legal, and cultural paradoxes involved in the globalization of the use of traditional plant medicines including as ayahuasca and peyote.
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