“‘Seed our Future’ is a National campaign group who are actively investigating the foundation evidence to justify cannabis being placed as a Class B controlled drug within the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971 and its Schedule 1 status within the Misuse of Drugs Regulations 2001”

“The acts of possessing, consuming, preparing, or cultivating all varieties of cannabis at home for personal use cause no significant harm to individuals or others.
People who carry out such activities, causing no harm to others, in the privacy of their own homes, should not live in fear of suffering the harms of criminalisation, as a result of UK drug policy.
WTU, therefore, declare UK drug policy, in relation to the use, possession, cultivation, preparation, and sharing of cannabis for private, adult purposes, to be incompatible with the rights to the freedom of consciousness, private life, beliefs, and practices, as defined in the Human Rights Act.”

Release is the national centre of expertise on drugs and drugs law. The organisation, founded in 1967, is an independent and registered charity. Through our services, the team provides free non-judgmental, specialist advice, and information to the public and professionals on issues related to drug use and to drug laws.

Our small team is dedicated to reducing the risks associated with drugs, promoting evidence-based policy, and improving the lives of those harmed by ineffective drug laws.

The Loop is a not-for-profit Community Interest Company established in 2013 which provides drug safety testing, welfare, and harm reduction services at nightclubs, festivals, and other leisure events. We also provide staff training on drugs awareness, in-house welfare service delivery, the prevention of drug-related harm at events, and the delivery of ethical ‘front of house’ drug safety testing services.

Our mission at LEAP (Law Enforcement Action Partnership) is to reduce the multitude of harmful consequences resulting from our current drug policies and to lessen the incidence of death, disease, crime, and addiction. We’re advocates for evidence-based policies with a public health focus for drugs and mental health.

Recovering Justice was founded by people in recovery from substance use who believe that the criminalisation and stigmatisation of people who use drugs are inhumane, ineffective counterproductive, and costly. Backed by international evidence and informed by personal experience we will work towards a policy position which treats people with compassion and understanding rather than punishment. We aim to bring people with experience of drug use together with drug policy reform organisations to create a voice for policy change

The UK Cannabis Social Clubs campaign for adult legalisation of cannabis; to provide safer access, with the right to grow at home or in a shared space and purchase labeled, lab-tested products through regulated outlets with proof of age.


ISMOKE is a news and media company dedicated to cannabis. We hold a fundamental belief that cannabis should be legalised around the world, and share stories which we hope will help make this a reality.

Weed World was to be the vehicle that would aim to dispel myths and untruths about cannabis that have been created by the powers that be, purely to line their own pockets! The ethos for the magazine has always remained to educate people through knowledge and light-hearted fun.

Kushtopia was founded as an online cannabis community-based in the UK. This space is used to provide useful information on all things cannabis, ranging from beginner’s “how-to” guides to the latest industry news.

Run by a team of dedicated experts, writers, and editors, High & Polite is an independent website that produces up-to-date News, in-depth Product Reviews, detailed How-To Guides, helpful Top 10 Lists, healthy Recipes, and informative Articles.