The 14th ISSDP conference
The 14th ISSDP conference will be held in Aguascalientes, Mexico 20-22 May 2020.
We look forward to seeing you in Mexico!
Please email ISSDP2020@cide.edu with conference enquiries.
Past Conferences and Regional Meetings
||Professor Karen A. Joe Laider||The 1st ISSDP Asian Regional Meeting
Centre for Criminology, Hong Kong University
||Marie Jauffret-Roustide||Paris School of Economics||Paris, France|
|2018||Neil Boyd, Martin Bouchard and Alissa Greer||Simon Fraser University||Vancouver, Canada|
|2017||Vibeke Asmussen Frank||Center for Alcohol and Drug Research, Aarhus BSS, Aarhus University
Slides and video from some of the Aarhus conference sessions are available to view.
|2016||Alison Ritter||National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre (NDARC), UNSW. Report by Alison Ritter and photos by Matt O’Reilly from our conference in Sydney.||Sydney, Australia|
|2016||Regional meeting on cannabis policy in the Americas||NYU Marron Institute of Urban Management||New York, USA|
|2015||Tom Decorte||The Institute for Social Drug Research (ISD), University of Ghent||Ghent, Belgium|
|2014||Carla Rossi||CNR Centre||Rome, Italy|
|2013||Daniel Meija Londono||Universidad de los Andes||Bogota, Colombia|
|2012||Alex Stevens||University of Kent||Canterbury, England|
|2011||Franz Trautmann||Trimbos Institute||Utrecht, The Netherlands|
|2010||Rosalie Pacula||RAND Corporation, DPRC||Santa Monica, USA|
|2009||Sandeep Chawla||UNODC||Vienna, Austria|
|2008||Henri Bergeron (Maria Moreira, Fatima Trigueiros, Frank Zobel)||EMCDAA and IDT||Lisbon, Portugal|
|2007||Pia Rosenqvist||Nordic Centre for Alcohol and Drug Research and the Norwegian Institute for Alcohol and Drug Research||Olso, Norway|
The International Society for the Study of Drug Policy (ISSDP) was selected as one of just 6 organizations co-producing a thematic track at the Lisbon Addictions conference (October 23-25, 2019). This led to 16 sessions and 65 presentations emphasizing high-quality research focused on developing robust data, improved monitoring approaches, and multidisciplinary analytic methods that provides a strong scientific basis for the development of new drug policies or tools to better implement and evaluate their effects. This was the largest co-produced stream at the conference.
To see the final program go to: https://www.lisbonaddictions.eu/lisbon-addictions-2019/tracks/improving-data-methods-and-analysis