The formal regional conversation on marijuana in the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) continues today Monday 22 May 2017 with a national consultation in Antigua and Barbuda.
The Regional Marijuana Commission is today hosting three Focus Group discussions and a Town Hall meeting. The discussions are engaging the Youth; Faith-based Organisations and Non-governmental Organisations; and Special Interest Groups. The Town hall Meeting from 6:00 p.m, is open to the public and will be broadcast live in Antigua/Barbuda on Radio and TV and streamed live on the ABS and CARICOM Face Book pages.
The Commission, headed by Prof. Rose-Marie-Bell Antoine of Trinidad and Tobago , is composed of practitioners with expert knowledge in a variety of disciplines including medicine and allied health, health research, law enforcement, ethics, education, anthropology, sociology and culture.
The consultation in Antigua and Barbuda is one in a series of region-wide engagements being undertaken by the Commission.
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