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A chance for a scientific drugs policy Comment is Free The Guardian – By David Nutt 21st Sep 2010

Cannabis should be licensed and sold in shops, expert says Ian Sample-Science correspondent The Guardian, 14 September 2010

Psilocybin found to ease end-of-life anxiety in small study of patients with fatal cancer Scientific American – By David Biello 08 Sep 2010

Toughening drug laws won’t solve the problem Lewinson Sun Journal By the Editorial Board – 08 Sep 2010

Psychoactive drugs: From recreation to medication New Scientist 01 September 2010 by Catherine de Lange

Obituary: Dr Ronald Sandison Shetland-born psychiatrist pioneered use of LSD to treat his British patients
The Scotsman, By Alasdair Steven 7th August 2010

Dr Ronald Sandison, who has died aged 94, was a well-known psychiatrist and an early pioneer in Britain of the clinical use of LSD; although he later abandoned using the drug in treatments, he remained convinced of its benefits to the end of his life.
The Telegraph, Obituaries 5th August 2010

Psychedelic Medicine: Using Ecstasy to Treat PTSD
The Huffington Post, by Craig Comstock – 23rd July 2010

Drugs and Crime — Question for Short Debate
Tabled By Baroness Meacher To ask Her Majesty’s Government what is their response to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime discussion paper Treating Drug Dependence through Healthcare, not Punishment.
House of Lords debates, 15 June 2010, 6:05 pm

Faut-il legaliser le cannabis?
Le Monde – by Nicolas Bourcier interviews Amanda Feilding – June 3rd, 2010

HARDTalk – Prof. David Nutt talks to Stephen Sakur
May 2010

Amanda Feilding’s Talk at the Psychedelic Science in the 21st Century Conference in San Jose
Huffington Post – April 21, 2010

Good Use for LSD
The Oxford Times – by Chris Koenig – February 24, 2010

Cannabis Policy: Moving Beyond Stalemate
Huffington Post – by Amanda Feilding – Posted: February 23, 2010 12:49 PM.

Mexico Legalizes Drug Possession
New York Times – August 21 2009

Lessons from the Dutch
New York Times – by Prof. Peter Reuter in Room for debate blogs – July 19th, 2009.

City trying to ‘hash out’ pot issue
Denmark.dk – the official website of Denmark.
7th July 2009.

Amanda Feilding talks to Louisa Hannan of BBC Radio Oxford about the new findings of the Beckley Foundation’s collaborative research with Prof. Yuri Moskalenko in St. Petersburg into cranial compliance, ageing and the effects of trepanation – June 24th 2009
Audio kindly provided by BBC Oxford ©2009.

Beckley Foundation issues Global Cannabis Commission Report
WestCoastLeaf – by Amanda Feilding and Jonathan Hazell
Summer Issue 2009.

Like a hole in the head: The return of trepanation
by Arran Frood, New Scientist; 10th June, 2009.

Comment: Get Real Drug Czars
by Robin Room, New Scientist; 20th May, 2009.

Tripping Over Red Tape
Katrina Megget, Chemistry World; May 2009.

The War on Pot Is an Abject Failure … Now’s the Time for a New Approach
By Jag Davies, AlterNet; April 22, 2009.

The Challenges in Developing a Rational Cannabis Policy
Current Opinion in Psychiatry – 2009 by Wayne Hall and Michael Lynskey.

Schwarzenegger: California should have a debate about legalising pot
The Guardian – 6th May 2009

Northside Tonight – Lady Amanda Neidpath of the Beckley Foundation tells Michael Fitzgerald about the purpose and the objectives of the Global Cannabis Commission.
Near 90fm, Dublin, 07/04/09

Cultural Baggage Radio Show Lady Neidpath, Amanda Fielding, director of the Beckley Foundation on drug research in the UK is interviewed at the UN drug conference in Vienna by Michael Krawitz begin_of_the_skype_highlighting     end_of_the_skype_highlighting

Cannabis Laws Cause Harm
Sky News – Thursday 19th March 2009 – Many harms associated with cannabis use result from prohibition rather than the drug itself…



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