Canterbury Youth Workers Collective and Community Action on Youth and Drugs (CAYAD) are happy to present:
The Cannabis Referendum and Young People – looking at information and arguments regarding the merits and risks of the legislation based on evidence.
This Connect Meeting will include:
Click here for more information on the referendum
Venue: Aranui Wainoni Community Centre.
Time: 10am - 12pm
Date: Wednesday, 30th September
Registration is required for all attendees. Please register using the link below.
About Community Action on Youth and Drugs:
(Taken from their website)
Community Action on Youth and Drugs (CAYAD) is funded by the Ministry of Health to reduce the harm young people experience from alcohol and other drugs. The programme is guided by the National Drug Policy 2015-2020 and operates in 21 locations throughout Aotearoa New Zealand.
CAYAD coordinators support leaders from communities, organisations and young people to collaborate and create lasting changes in their environment that will promote wellbeing and reduce the risk of harm.
CAYAD projects are informed by local, cultural and academic evidence. Our work includes improving policies, systems and practices; community action to reduce supply of alcohol and other drugs; and increasing opportunities for young people to be healthy and reach their full potential.
Click here to visit CAYAD's website
Track us down
You can find us in a Portacom on the temporary Youth Space at the corner of Manchester and Lichfield Sts.