Plant Psychedelics in the English Courts: Legal Uncertainty & “Dog Law”
Charlotte Walsh – Plant Psychedelics in the English Courts: Legal Uncertainty & “Dog Law”
Human ingestion of psychedelic plants is thought to stretch from pre-history to the present; in more recent epochs such rituals have been shadowed by attempts at their suppression. This talk, taking place at the October Gallery in London on Tuesday 29 November, looks at the latest efforts to stamp out this praxis on these shores … and what those of us committed to fighting for our cognitive liberty can do about it.
Charlotte Walsh is a legal academic whose research focus is on psychedelics and the law, viewed from a libertarian, human rights based perspective. She is a founder member of Drug Equality Alliance – an organisation that campaigns for equal rights and protection of all drug users – and is involved in advising individuals prosecuted for activities involving plant psychedelics. This promises to be a very enlightening discussion and I’d like to urge you all to make it if you can…
October Gallery, 24 Old Gloucester Street, London, WC1N 3AL – RSVP on Facebook (afraid so) so that we can anticipate numbers – Please pay on the door: https://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=142032312561641
Entry £7 /£5 Concessions, Arrive 6pm for a 6:30pm Start – Wine available