A CONVERSATION ON CANNABIS. A NEW SERIES OF LIVE TALKS.
7 JULY / 4 AUGUST
THE OLD DIVINITY SCHOOL, CAMBRIDGE.
Live on stage
DR CHANDNI HINDOCHA
UCL RESEARCH FELLOW
An introduction to cannabis / cannabinoids and the
human endocannabinoid system. What we know and
what we don’t know.
GLASSLEAF – glassleaf.org
“An Un-watched Pot Never Boils” – a deep dive on
‘SEPARATING THE STRAINS’ – DOCUMENTARY MOVIE, UK & NEW YORK
On her personal journey as an epilepsy and cannabis campaigner,and the cultural gaps
between life in NY where medicinal cannabis is available, & London where it is almost impossible.
JADE GREEN CONSULTING, LOS ANGELES
On trans-global cultural perspectives in California,
where prohibition is a thing of the past.
A personal story as a patient, and entrepreneur,
and cultural challenges and perspectives in Australia.
DR CALLIE SEAMAN
HONORARY RESEARCHER AT SHEFFIELD HALLAM
UNIVERSITY, DIRECTOR AT AQUALABS LTD AND
HEMPIRE, SPECIALISING IN CULTIVATION AND
SECONDARY METABOLITE PRODUCTION
On the plant herself, how cannabinoids are
produced, and her natural life-cyles.
BASIA ZIENIEWICZ &
CENTRE FOR MEDICINAL CANNABIS thecmcuk.org
/ CannPASS cannpass.org
“A conversation on patient advocacy”.
DR DEREK TRACY
FRCPSYCH, CONSULTANT PSYCHIATRIST &
CLINICAL DIRECTOR / OXLEAS NHS FOUNDATION
TRUST, LONDON / KING’S COLLEGE LONDON
Illuminating on topics surrounding medicinal cannabis.
CARLY’S AMNESTY – carlysamnesty.org
A profound personal journey on the ethics of home
ST JOHN’S COLLEGE,UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE
(DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AND CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY)
Developing concepts of ‘self’ and multiple perspectives of medicinal treatment
within European culture(s); narratives surrounding the plant-human relationship
and the establishment of ethical frameworks.
DR CHANDNI HINDOCHA /
DR CALLIE SEAMAN /
DR HENRY FISHER /
DR TOM BASSINDALE.
Discussing their new collaborative paper: “On the
challenges facing medical cannabis products in the
UK, from product to patient”.
UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD PHD
A socio-cultural perspective on trans-global issues surrounding
medicinal cannabis and prohibitionism.
PHIL BRISTOL / NEUROSCIENCE UCL / DIRECTOR, SEPARATING THE STRAINS
On modern medical paradigm shifts, the growing role of anecdotal evidence and patient autonomy.
JAMAICAN MEDICAL CANNABIS CORPORATION (JMCC) CO-FOUNDER / CHAIR & CEO
A unique perspective on the ethics of cannabis reform – from a Canadian and global standpoint.
DR CALLIE SEAMAN
“Terpenes – not any old hydrocarbons”.
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University of Arts London (UAL)
In 2018, CANNTalks began an academic partnership with University of Arts London, London College of Communication. London College of Communication, UAL is a pioneering leader in creative communications education.
CANNTalks worked with 24 film makers and creative directors enrolled in MA Art Direction as part of a live brief.
The brief: Create short form films aimed at informing, illuminating and increasing public understanding of cannabis, cannabis oil and its medicinal use.
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CANNTalks is an expansive forum for a new kind of connection and community. In focusing in on the current cannabis issues, and their associated debates, we seek to initiate increased cross-cultural awareness and consciousness of the many trans-global impacts of this complex plant; of an equally complicated industry; and of the social dynamics born of these interwoven aspects.
As the global landscape surrounding cannabis undergoes rapid transition and multiple regionally-specific changes on a legal, social, and practical level, new and vitally significant questions continue to be generated. CANNTalks engages with these questions – and with the history, policy, philosophy and concerns that act as cultural buffers to these questions – right now, as they arise. And from the standpoint that our choices and our debate hold the power for change in a grassroots capacity and from an ethically potent position.
This links to our essential placement as a Not-For-Profit Organisation, seeking to engage with fundamental human rights and better-life for all. This comes from a dynamic principle of open-development; changing communication; and increased acceptance – from every possible perspective.
Not for Profit
CANNTalks is incorporated as a not for profit project, dedicated to sharing ideas, notions and information.
If you are inspired to participate or feel that you could benefit from participating or if you have something that you need to share on the subject, then we want to hear from you. We are an open minded organisation with an eye on the horizon.
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