Charities & NGOs:
your options to support the Conference.
The engagement of NGOs in this event is key to the success of this conference.
All NGOs or charities that work in the field of Cannabis or Cannabis policy reform can become partners of the International Cannabis Policy Conference | Vienna 2018. Policy, Patients, Harm reduction, Users, Human right defenders etc… all interested organizations can show their commitment to upholding the debate on Cannabis policy reform, by helping us get the word out about the conference.
Don’t miss this unprecedented opportunity to be visible at the heart of the United Nations quarters, meters away from where Global Cannabis policy is being drafted and decided, and in contact with foreign NGOs, policy-makers, researchers, but also entrepreneurs that can potentially fund your organizations.
- An exhibition & lounge area will offer space for networking and contacts;
- Series of keynote-format company presentations in plenary;
- The Global Awards of Sustainable Cannabusiness 2018.
The conference is built to be a space of collaboration, shared knowledge, and support to the reform movement. It will be a pleasure to see you among us!
Two ways to engage:
|1. Free Partnership Association with the Conference.||2. Extra-discount pay options for NGOs (Advertising, Exhibition).|
Supporting & spreading the word about the Conference.
Partner NGOs will receive:
Partner NGOs are asked to:
If you are interested, please contact eva (at) faaat.net
|For limited budget reasons, it is not possible to provide free exhibition spaces for NGOs. However, we have issued great discount prices for NGO exhibition spaces that will include weekend passes dependent on booth size chosen. Additionally, we are offering advertising space in the Conference Program to NGO’s at deeply discounted rates. [Limited availability]
Discounted advertising and expo options for non-profits.
(including the full list of prices and the Registration Form)
If you are interested, please contact farid (at) faaat.net
For years, the team of FAAAT think & do tank has served as a global platform for the debate and elaboration of innovative proposals to upgrade Cannabis policies and practices. Our work at the WHO level has been a landmark, resulting in the Treaty descheduling to happen soon. Now we address another side of international policies, that will have a much more direct impact locally.
Things are changing rapidly (may it be in Austria, USA, Netherlands, Switzerland, Germany, UK or Colombia…) and the future is being built now. In parallel, a brand new international context (UNGASS2016, WHO Cannabis Descheduling, Sustainable Development Goals, CND2019) eases the reform of Cannabis policies.
If you need more information, feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org