All Drugs Should Not Be Legalised

Bioethics Research Notes 23 (2):29 (2011)

Pike, Gregory K On May the 10th this year, the Director of Southern Cross Bioethics Institute, Dr Greg Pike, was invited to participate in a public debate organised by the St James Ethics Centre in Sydney, as part of their IQ2 series of debates. The subject of this debate was "All drugs should be legalised", and Dr Pike spoke against the motion. The debate was aired on ABC radio national and televised on ABC2. The transcript of his address follows - the main talk was followed by a brief additional section titled "Drugs and Human Rights".
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