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Date published: 01st December 2014 | Type: Event

12 November

2nd International Symposium on Drugs and Driving

Wednesday, 12 November, 2014 - Thursday, 13 November, 2014

Wellington

Organiser: NZ Drug Foundation

The 2nd International Symposium on Drugs and Driving was hosted in Wellington to confront the challenges of responding to drug impaired driving.

The two day event provided ademics, policy analysts and lawmakers from around the world to come to terms with the challenges of framing drug driving as a road safety issue. The symposium was held in Wellington, New Zealand 12–13 November 2014.

The Drug Foundation co-hosted the symposium with: 

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