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About Lana Durjava

Lana Durjava is a graduate of Philosophy with a background as a researcher, journalist and editor. Her areas of expertise are psychoanalysis, drug policy and harm reduction. She is currently a postgraduate student of Psychology at University of Westminster with a special interest in drug dependency and psychotraumatology.

Articles by Lana Durjava

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Claire Provost

Claire Provost is editor of 50.50 covering gender, sexuality and social justice.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

Ketamine: Living in dreams, managing the realities

Ketamine is often perceived as a novelty drug which seems to have emerged out of nowhere with a catastrophic set of health and social consequences. Instead of repeating the mistake of further criminalising its users, the Government is urged to take a more enlightened approach to the growing ketamine crisis.

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