The 14th ISSDP conference
The 14th ISSDP conference will be held in Aguascalientes, Mexico. We are postponing the date due to the increasing public health risks from the coronavirus (COVID-19) and the travel restrictions placed on many members and other conference attendees. We will update you on the revised dates for the conference as soon as we receive confirmation from the host.
Julieta Lemaitre Ripoll
Ricardo Raphael de la Madrid
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.||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