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The Museum of Drug Policy


Martin Anderson, Executed in Indonesia for drug trafficking.

Free to the public

15–17 May 2017 4–8 PM 3 Days Only

What is the Museum of Drug Policy?

The Museum of Drug Policy is a pop-up arts and cultural hub featuring live programming and art from around the world that highlights how drug policies impact and shape our communities. The Museum provides a powerful, emotional experience that illustrates the harms caused by current prohibitionist drug policies and advocates for new approaches rooted in dignity, health, and human rights. This free event will transport audiences across the globe and push visitors to think and act outside the box. The Museum of Drug Policy is supported by the Open Society Foundations and was first launched in New York City in April 2016.

A visitor to the Museum of Drug Policy in New York. Photo credit: © Alex Arbuckle


Centre Mont-Royal

at the 25th Harm Reduction International Conference

2200 Rue Mansfield, Montréal, QC
H3A 3R8, Canada