Global Cannabis Forum

The over all idea is to present, an interactive Global Cannabis Forum focusing on the topics of Medicinal, Industrial, Political, Cultural Activism and Legal.

The Panel?

Questions from the floor and from the chat room will be answered by a panel of experts, Statements of Support from global cannabis activists will be included. 

BE THERE, or see it in the square.

Webgreetings webTV User, unfortunately U can't see the webshow, and whilst I believe we should be fixing the problem, not fixing the blame, the simple truth is that webTV can't receive the web cam images yet, let's both hope the dudes at Web TV manage to catch up to the rest of the wwworld real soon ;O)--~


Forum/Speakers - Nimbin Hall

Saturday - morning session

A panel will operate throughout the session providing the public with an opportunity to ask questions.

10am-11am = Industrial Hemp Forum - Dr. Andrew Katelaris from biological products, Dr. Lisa Jackson ecological activist,  Andy Putnam, (Nimbin Hemp)  and Wayne Wadsworth ( Fibre Industry Bio Regional Enterprises)

11am-12pm = Medicinal Cannabis Forum – Body and soul Chaired by Dr Harry Freeman, Panel includes; Dr. David Helliwell (Nimbin), Satya Matthews (Druid),   Dr. Lisa Jackson, Carol Delaunay and Lucy Charlesworth.

Saturday - afternoon session

1pm-1:45pm = Peacebus.com - Social Action in the Web Age, 45 minutes of talk and slides by Graeme Dunstan
= Activism, Local and Global - Perspectives from local and international speakers, including Neil Pike local drug reform activist, Pete Brady, photo journalist and activist (Canada), Greg and Donna from Cannabis Culture Magazine (Canada) and Ken Russell, legendary Australian Newshawk for the Media Awareness Project (www.mapinc.org)

= Pot Politics Panel - A broad range of pot politicians including Michael Balderstone, federal HEMP party president, Sam Leonard from the Greens, Lucy Charlesworth from Weed Witches E-Zine, Richard Jones, Independent MLC, Dakka - infamous Tasmanian activist and inspirationist, John Jiggens, South Australian HEMP historian, activist and author, Graeme Askey, pot politics personified, Paul Recher and Max Stone - the non official smokesperson from the radical  fringe of the ACLRM.

Sunday morning session

10:30am-11:30am = Legal Session - Headed by Steve Bolt from the Northern Rivers Legal Service

= Globalisation: Health Hazards - Presented by author Liz Elliot