The Social Welfare Policy of Psychedelic Substances

Kristi Rines
kr6549@ship.edu
Faculty sponsor: Dr. Micael Lyman
College of Education and Human Service

Social Work & Gerontology

Psychedelics policy is pertinent to human rights, as rights are infringed upon in criminalizing peoples’ right to informed autonomy over their own neurochemistry in medical and nonmedical use.psychedelics policy is pertinent to human rights, as rights are infringed upon in criminalizing peoples’ right to informed autonomy over their own neurochemistry in medical and nonmedical use.

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