EP86 - Navigating Altered Spaces and the Vic Drugs Inquiry

Sunday, 19 February 2017 - 2:00pm to 3:00pm

Nick and Ash discuss the past couple of weeks in news, especially focusing on recent incidents such as the mutliple reported hospitalisations following Electric Parade at Sidney Myer Music Bowl, reported to be related to GHB, GBL or 1-4B.


Meriana Dinkova is a licensed marriage and family therapist from California who also works with people on navigating altered spaces. Meriana chats with Nick about common problems people run into and the tendency for 'virusware' to infect our thought patterns and lead us astray. 


Submissions due Friday 17th March 2017

We’ve been talking about this inquiry since November 2015, when the Australian Sex Party’s Fiona Patten MP pushed for a broad ranging inquiry into the state’s drug laws. 

Inquiries like this are conducted to give you, the citizen, a chance to comment on legislative issues. It is also a chance for academics and professional organisations to provide their expertise to often complex issues, with the goal of creating better policy outcomes in the future.

Making a submission doesn’t have to be hard or complex. If you’re reading this and don’t know what you could add, remember that every voice counts, even if you only have something minor to add. Many people make one page submissions to inquiry focusing only on their personal knowledge. These submissions are an important part of the overall process as they add a level of common realism to the discussion, which is often lacking, especially when the right-wing tabloid media (grumble, grumble, Herald Sun, Channel 7 News) try to define and direct the discussion and propose their own legislative outcomes.

Visit the Enpsychedelia website for an outline on a few issues that we have been covering since the show began on 3CR in 2015. MAKE YOUR VOICE COUNT!



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