Michelle Alexander, author of the bestseller The New Jim Crow, will speak on a plenary about the war on drugs, mass incarceration and criminal justice.
Every two years, more than 1,500 people from across the country and around the world come together to listen, learn, socialize, and strategize about drug policy issues at the Reform Conference.
Conference attendees come from all walks of life, and are often leaders in their communities and states. They include federal, state and local elected officials, health care professionals, public health administrators, drug counselors, criminal justice advocates, students, educators, and grassroots activists.
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What is the International Drug Policy Reform Conference?
This is the only conference focused specifically on bringing together the whole range of drug policy reformers from across the United States and around the world to listen, learn, network and strategize. Our aim is to provide a good networking landscape to all our participants while providing quality information about drug policies based on science, compassion, health and human rights. The International Drug Policy Reform Conference is the only event where you can network with fellow advocates, broaden your knowledge and gain exposure. You don’t want to miss out on this amazing opportunity.
What can you expect as a sponsor or exhibitor?
The Exhibit Area is strategically located at the center of conference activity with table top displays surrounding a computing and social media magnet area, and refreshment areas. At this event there will be ample networking opportunities available:
The Reform Conference draws a very broad spectrum of attendees, and often includes those who are leaders and influential decision makers in their communities and states. They include federal, state and local elected officials, health care professionals, public health administrators, drug counselors, criminal justice advocates, students, educators and grassroots activists.
Note: The Drug Policy Alliance reserves the sole right to approve or deny conference sponsor, advertiser, exhibitor or partner applicants without cause.