Our Sponsors

ICPR is supported by the following sponsors. Scholarships are made possible with a grant from the Open Society Institute in cooperation with the Global Drug Policy Program of the Open Society Foundations.

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Open Society Foundations

Open Society Foundations

Since 2008, the Global Drug Policy Program has promoted drug policies rooted in human rights, social justice, and public health. We work with policymakers and grassroots groups advocating to end the injustices of the drug war, through research, dialogue, engagement, and action.

MAPS

MAPS

Founded in 1986, the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit research and educational organization that develops medical, legal, and cultural contexts for people to benefit from the careful uses of psychedelics and marijuana. You can find out more at maps.org.


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ICEERS

ICEERS

ICEERS envisions a society that benefits from ayahuasca, iboga and other consciousness expanding ethnobotanicals. We promote public policy based on human rights and science, advance our understanding of the effects of these plants and educate and protect the international community through legal defense, risk reduction and psychological support.

Beckley Foundation

Beckley Foundation

The Beckley Foundation is a UK-based think-tank and UN-accredited NGO founded and directed by Amanda Feilding. The Foundation’s dual purpose is the scientific investigation of consciousness and the creation of balanced drug policies.

Ipek Kotan

Ipek Kotan

Strongly associated with generosity, openness, sharing, offering and protection, the vessel is tightly woven into the more positive chapters of the story of humankind. I am interested in what it symbolizes metaphysically and use it as a canvas and a frame in which I explore sculptural, modern and minimalist expressions.

RiverStyx Foundation

RiverStyx Foundation

RiverStyx Foundation attempts to lessen human suffering caused by fear and misguided social policy while advocating for greater compassion, healing, and transformation in such areas as criminal justice and end-of-life care.  More can be found at riverstyxfoundation.org.