TDPF

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TDPFTransform Drug Policy Foundation (Bristol, UK)
TDPFTheater Department Dance Performance (University of California, San Diego)
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Funds raised from the Aidan: A Mile In His Shoes walk will go towards the Transform Drug Policy Foundation, a A child with a charitable think tank that campaigns for the legal regulation of drugs both in the UK and internationally.
Martin Powell, of the Transform Drug Policy Foundation, described the Home Office's approach as "scandalous".
According to the Transform Drug Policy Foundation, Portugal registered lower drug use levels than the European average since the decriminalization policy took effect in 2001.
Danny Kushlick, founder of the Transform Drug Policy Foundation, said: "This is a historic moment in the development of UK drug policy.
Danny Kushlick, director of Transform Drug Policy Foundation, said: "Yet again the Government has ignored the advice of its experts and prohibited another drug.
More than half the public - 53% - support legalising the production and supply of cannabis or decriminalising its possession, a survey ordered by the Transform Drug Policy Foundation found.
The TV presenter and patron of the Transform Drug Policy Foundation believes decriminalisation would take narcotics out of gang bosses' hands.
He agreed with a recent article in the British Medical Journal by Stephen Rolles, from the think tank Transform Drug Policy Foundation.
Danny Kushlick, director of the Transform Drug Policy Foundation, said: "This latest resignation is because Carlin recognises that criminalisation causes harm for young people in direct contradiction to the Government's stated intention.
based Transform Drug Policy Foundation confirmed Brendan O'Neill's fears of a hippie/teetotaler alliance by imagining a world in which opium dens operate legally but beer ads are prohibited and beer is heavily taxed.
George Murkin, of the Transform Drug Policy Foundation, says the UK should follow suit.