DRCNet Activist Guide, 1/96

Conferences Coming Up

Crime and Politics in the 1990s: Creating Demand for New Policies, 2nd annual conference of the Campaign for an Effective Crime Policy, February 15-17, 1996, at Crystal City in Arlington, Virginia (DC area). Speakers will include Senator Bill Bradley, criminologist Michael Tonry, Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Shirley S. Abrahamson, Harvard Professor Charles Ogletree, Marc Mauer of the Sentencing Project and many others. For more information, contact;

7th International Conference on the Reduction of Drug- Related Harm. Sponsored by the Australian Drug Foundation, March 3-7, 1996, Wrest Point Hotel Conference Center, Hobart, Australia. For information, contact;

Families Against Mandatory Minimums workshop, March 8-10, 1996 at the Holiday Inn in Rosslyn, Virginia (DC area). Workshop will focus on training for activists. FAMM is also arranging Congressional visits for March 11. For more information, contact;

First Southeast Harm Reduction Conference, Atlanta, March 22-23, 1996. For information, contact ;

10th International Conference on Alcohol, Liverpool, United Kingdom, April 14-17, 1996. Sponsored by Merseyside and Cheshire Alcohol Services. For more information, contact;

NASEC VI: "We've Proved Our Point ... Now What?" Annual convention of the North American Syringe Exchange Network (NASEN); will include presentations on How to Build Syringe Exchange Programs, The Latest Research, Public Health Policy, Special Interest Tracks on Rural Exchanges, Large, Well-Funded Exchanges and Small Exchanges, Legal Issue of Illegal Drugs and more. April 25-27, 1996, at the Grand Milwaukee Hotel in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Advance registration $150, on-site registration $240. Make checks/money orders payable to "PDAP" and send to PDAP/NASEN;

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