On 26th November GDPO held the first meeting of the newly established post graduate network. The network aims to bring together post graduate students and early years researchers in order to share ideas, discuss articles and provide support to any PG students working on drug policy or related issues. The group will have a virtual presence on our website as well as meeting face-to-face when possible.
The first formal meeting was held in Bristol and attended by the following people:
IJ Benneyworth, PhD candidate at Cardiff University
John Collins, PhD candidate at the London School of Economics (LSE) and coordinator for the LSE IDEAS International Drug Policy Project
Emily Crick, PhD candidate Swansea University and GDPO research assistant
Karina Garcia, PhD candidate at the University of Bristol
Lisa Sanchez, is currently pursuing an MSc in Public Management and Governance at LSE. She is also Latin American Programme Manager for Transform Drug Policy Foundation and México Unido contra la Delincuencia (MUCD) and is collaborating with LSE IDEAS as Project Associate
Other members who were unable to attend yesterday but will hopefully join us in either a physical or virtual presence in the future are:
Joe Dixon, PhD candidate at Swansea University
Jorge Linares Hamann, PhD candidate at the University of Bristol
Constanza Sanchez Aviles, PhD candidate at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona
Rajeev Gundur, PhD candidate at Cardiff University and founder of The Judicalis Group, a collective of scholars writing about crime and society
Camille Stengel, PhD candidate at University of Kent, Eötvös Loránd University, Utrecht University and University of Hamburg
Claire Yorke, PhD candidate at Kings College London
Clara Musto, PhD candidate at University of Kent. Clara also works for Regulacion Responsible in Uruguay
Srinjoy Bose, PhD candidate at Australia National University
Chris Suckling, PhD candidate at the London School of Economics (LSE)
More details of each persons’ research interests can be found on our website under ‘PG Network’
Please feel free to share this blog with any PG students that you think might be interested in joining us. If you are interested in joining us, please contact Emily Crick, research assistant at GDPO with a short summary of your research.
Thanks and happy researching!