Join us for a unique talk held by, Thijs Roes, where he will discuss “The War On Drugs; why it was started, how it evolved, and what we can do to end it” (Facebook event).
Thijs Roes is a science journalist who has worked across Europe and the United States extending reach on projects concerning drug policy, American history and space exploration. He has worked for VICE and The Correspondent. He is also the host of the Youtube channel: Controlled Substance, which has over 50k subscribers.
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The meeting point is at the Main Hall of the VU main building, from 6PM on Thursday 25th April.
Entrance is free for APRA members who have paid the current year membership fee, a small donation is suggested for non-members (5 euro).
Can’t make the lecture? There will be a small social after this talk from 8.00pm at the Basket. So if you’d like to catch up on the talk or just socialize with APRA members and like-minded people you can join us here: https://bit.ly/2WE3oCu
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