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2016 International Society for the Study of Drug Policy (ISSDP) Conference 

Abstract for the 2016 ISSDP Conference close on Friday 15 January 2016

The ISSDP Conference is a unique occasion to present and learn about the latest findings to and from an intellectually engaged, diverse and dedicated scholarly community, and for an immersion into research across the full spectrum of drug policy research, with the participation of leading international scholars.
The 10th Annual Conference of the International Society for the Study of Drug Policy (ISSDP) will be held in Sydney, Australia on 16-18 May, 2016. The conference will be hosted by the Drug Policy Modelling Program (DPMP) which is part of the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre (NDARC), UNSW Australia.

In addition to the main conference in Sydney, there are two satellite events, one in Canberra, NSW and one in Auckland, New Zealand.

Abstracts are closing on Friday 15 January 2016. To submit abstracts, go to:!abstracts/c1m15

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