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SSDP launches new “Sesh Safe” campaign

November 30, 2016

DCUStudents for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP) launched their new project, SeshSafe, on Monday 21st of August, which aims to introduce drug testing kits, tools and skills for student drug safety and education.


No official opposition to cannabis referendum

April 6, 2016

No student or group has registered as opposing the passing of the referendum which will mandate the DCU Students’ Union to support and campaign for the legalisation of cannabis. Students will be asked to vote

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Drugs minister calls for decriminalisation

December 2, 2015

Dyas said one of the main discussions people should have on the issue should be the reasons why people become addicted to something, regardless of what kind of addiction it is. “Whether your addiction is watching six boxsets of Game of Thrones, or injecting heroin into your eyeball, it’s the reasons why you’re doing it,” she said.

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Students want SU referendum on cannabis

October 14, 2015

Over 500 DCU students have signed a petition calling on the Students’ Union to hold a referendum on their stance on the legalisation of cannabis. For the SU to hold a referendum, a petition must