Drug markets in Ireland and Scotland: Problems and possible solutions?

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This panel is composed of practitioners and former law enforcement officers from Ireland and Scotland who will discuss the drugs policy in both countries to compare and contrast situations as well as have a general discussion on organised crime.

Tony Duffin

Growing up in London, Tony Duffin frequently saw people drinking and using drugs on the city streets. This birthed an inherent desire in him to work with and support those with addiction issues. In 2005, this affinity lead Tony to take up the role of CEO of Ana Liffey Drug Project - an Irish charity who’s Sole Patron is President Michael D. Higgins.

DAVE LIDDELL

Worked in the field of drugs, alcohol and homelessness for over 40 years.

Dr Jack Nolan

Law Enforcement, policing, strategy, education