Prague Drug Forum XXL

“Are we experiencing the vanishing of a long consensus on municipal drug policy on Prague? What has been its main paradigm so far? Where we are now and where do we want to be in 4 years? Can we learn from the experience of others?”

Smetana Hall of the Prague Municipal House, 2nd October 2010

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Co-chairs:

Michal Miovský (Head of the Centre for Addictology, First Faculty of Medicine, Charles University in Prague) and Ambros Uchtenhagen (Institute for Addiction Research, Zurich, Switzerland)

 

Speakers:

Pavel Bém (Mayor of the City of Prague, Czech Republic): Introduction to the problem

Christine Koehler (Drug co-ordinator of the City of Berlin, Germany): Drug Policy in Berlin - a constant work in progress

Jakub Frydrych (Head of the National Drug Squad of the Czech Police and the Bureau of Investigation, Czech Republic): Rational answers, means and tools already exist

Filip Dvořák (Mayor of Prague 1 district): Experiences from the centre of Prague

Lenka Křivancová (Prague 5 citizen): A drug service facility in my street

Jan Straka (director, Debenhams Department Store, Association of entrepreneurs “Sdružení Nového Města pražského”)

Jiří Richter (Director of the NGO SANANIM, and Chair of the Association of NGOs working in the drug field): Our twenty years in the field and rational solutions we see

 

Discussants:

Broad Prague public – entry without previous registration, capacity max. 420 persons, and the conference participants. Entry for the public: 75 CZK.

 

Summary of the discussion and concluding remarks:

Josef Radimecký (Senior Scientist, Centre for Addictology, First Faculty of Medicine, Charles University in Prague)

Pavel Bém (Mayor of the City of Prague, President of the Conference)