The Prohibitionist Psychosis and its Constitutional Implications

Book Presentation: Author: Roar Mikalsen, Norway  AROD – Alliance for Right-Oriented Drug policies. [aux_button label=”Click Here To Download The Book” size=”medium” icon_align=”center” color_name=”dark-gray” border=”” style=”” icon=”download” link=”https://knowmadinstitut.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/HUMAN-RISING-2018-PDF.pdf” target=”_blank”] “Tracing the Spirit of Freedom as it moves through the centuries, this book ties the prohibitionist experiment to other totalitarian endeavors. Arguing from a perspective of First…

Meet our Researcher and Scientific Consultant

With a multidisciplinary academic training in Psychology, Political Science and Sociology, Claudio acts as a researcher and research coordinator with a focus on social inequalities, with research interests on diverse but interrelated topics such as urban and regional experiences, racialization, migration, motherhood, childhood, medicalization processes and performance. During his Bachelor’s and Master’s degree studies in…

Meet our Research Manager

Gloria is social scientist, currently working with research, research management and consulting. A passionate defender of human rights and individual freedoms, she has participated and helped in the construction of different social movements in Brazil. Her research interests are varied and include processes of stigmatization and medicalization, urban lifestyles, feminism, gender performativity, motherhood and mothering…

Meet our Chief Technology Officer

Our Chief Technology Officer is an international social entrepreneur and Activist. Co-Founder in La María Guanaca; Abraxas Transmedia; and finalist of TICAméricas. Victor is a Disruptive Entrepreneur in a constant search for new knowledge. With a special love for new technologies and the challenges that their implementation poses in our daily lives. He has worked…

UN makes public the list of voters on WHO Cannabis Scheduling recommendations

In March 2020 the United Nations might terminate half-Century of Treaty ban on Cannabis medicines. The process that started in 2016 will finish with a vote planned in March 2020. The list of the 53 countries that will take part in this historic votation has been made public today, and provides some surprises. WHO has…

Analysis of the 40th and 41st ECDD reviews outcomes and the INCB’s update on Cannabis.

The European Institute of Multidisciplinary Studies on Human Rights and Sciences – Knowmad Institut together with our sister organization FAAAT present: The CRIMSON DIGEST Volume 2 Analysis of the 40th and 41st ECDD reviews outcomes and the INCB’s update on Cannabis. Author: Kenzi Riboulet Zemouli. Contributors: Martin Díaz Velásquez, Farid Ghehiouèche, Amy Case King and…

Barcelona Declaration

In 2019, February more than 40 womxn from Europe and Central Asia met in Barcelona to work together on intersectional feminism, drug policy, harm reduction and human rights, where the Barcelona Declaration was initiated. The Barcelona Declaration On International Women’s Day 2019, we declare that the War On Drugs is a war on Womxn Who…

UN Global Compact – a good start but more policies are needed

by Marco Perduca, Science for Democracy & Guido Long, Associazione Luca Coscioni The Global Compact on Migration is an international agreement negotiated under United Nations guidance, with the aim of addressing “all dimensions of international migration in a holistic and comprehensive manner”. It was approved by the UN General Assembly in December 2018 with 152…