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Beckley Foundation Spring Newsletter 2013

February 1, 2013 Newsletters

Dear all, We tremendously value your continued support for the Beckley Foundation. Please keep track of the Beckley’s progress on our website www.beckleyfoundation.org and on Facebook and Twitter. 1. Amanda’s talk at Psychedelic Science Conference 2013 2. Beckley Foundation Press publishes Albert Hofmann’s autobiography 3. Archbishop Desmond Tutu signs Beckley Public Letter 4. Ethical approvals granted for […]

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Newsletter Jan 2013: Beckley Foundation in Guatemala

January 7, 2013 Newsletters

Amanda meets with Guatemalan President Our Director, Amanda Feilding, travelled to Guatemala last week for meetings with President Otto Pérez Molina and key members of the Government, to present our proposals for alternative drug policies aimed at reducing violence and corruption in Guatemala and the wider region. In an excellent interview with the Observer this […]

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Newsletter December 2012: Breaking the Taboo – launch of a global campaign

December 12, 2012 Newsletters

Dear all Breaking the Taboo In association with the Global Commission on Drug Policy, Virgin Unite, Avaaz and Sundog Pictures, the Beckley Foundation has launched a new global grass-roots campaign to end the global prohibitionist approach to drug policy. The campaign website, www.breakingthetaboo.com, complements our existing sites www.beckleyfoundation.org and www.reformdrugpolicy.com. It includes an Avaaz petition […]

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Scientific Programme Newsletter 2012

February 1, 2012 Newsletters

Dear all Our scientific projects are steaming ahead this year after a very rewarding 2011. The Beckley Foundation–Imperial College Psychedelic Research Programme  published two ground-breaking scientific papers this January. <http://www.beckleyfoundation.org/2010/09/14/effects-of-psilocybin-on-cerebral-blood-flow/> The first, Neural correlates of the psychedelic state as determined by fMRI studies with psilocybin   , in the prestigious American journal Proceedings of the National […]

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