Canadian Students for Sensible Drug Policy is a grassroots network dedicated to promoting drug policy education and reform. We are a group of youth who are concerned about the impact of drug abuse and unjust drug policies in society and on our generation. CSSDP considers problematic drug use in society a health issue rather than a criminal justice issue, and advocates for appropriate responses to reduce and prevent harm from drug use.
Through education regarding drug use and abuse, the realities of the drug war, our goal is to mobilize young people to participate in the political process at all levels, and dream of sensible drug policies, while fighting against counterproductive policies that hurt our youth.
We neither condone nor condemn drug use. Rather, we aim to educate and respect the right of individuals to make decisions about their own health and well-being.
Learn more about McGill Students for CSSDP’s mandate and structure in their club constitution!