The Boston Ibogaine Forum has set up a live stream of the conference on USTREAM.TV. To see the conference live, click here to tune in!
Ibogaine -- this revolutionary polydrug addiction interrupter from Africa is, like LSD and marijuana, classified as a Schedule I drug (which means "a high potential for abuse and no accepted medical use"). It's highly effective -- and highly illegal. In the meantime, Ibogaine treatments are available in South Africa, Canada, Mexico and the Netherlands -- and there's a growing network of underground treatment providers in NYC and around the country. Canada's Iboga Therapy House is conducting a long-term study for people undergoing Ibogaine-based addiction treatment for opiate dependence. And an updated protocol for a MAPS-sponsored study investigating ibogaine treatment outcomes at the Ibogaine Association in Playas De Tijuana, Mexico was recently submitted to the Institutional Review Board (IRB) at the California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS).
Co-sponsored by the Northeastern Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP), Cures Not Wars and the National AIDS Brigade. Additional workshop ideas, submissions and volunteers for workshops without speakers welcome!
For directions to Northeastern University, please see the Official Directions to Northeastern University.
To view a map of the campus, please see Northeastern University Campus Map pdf. The first day of the conference is in building '50,' which is the Curry Student Center. Outside the building, next to the big glass windows there is a staircase up to the entrance of the upper level (walk up another staircase to the 1st floor). It will be a large open room with another staircase ahead of you that winds to the 2nd floor (the ballroom will be on your right)
The remaining 2 days are in building '43,' which is Dodge Hall and is right off of Huntington ave. The room is on the 4th floor of the building, Room 450
Contact Kevin Franciotti 516-884-5130 franciotti.k [at] gmail.com or Dana Beal 212-677-4180 dana [at] phantom.com