Below are all the Medical Associations and Organisations that are supporting our cause. If you would like to become a partner, please get in touch using our contact page.



The Medical Cannabis Institute

TMCI provides online medical education for healthcare professionals who want to learn about medical cannabis and its potential clinical application. Their science-based, accredited courses help professionals deliver quality care and address patient questions. TMCI works with organizations that are recognized as pillars of medical cannabis learning and brings their valuable medical expertise to the healthcare community via an ever-growing online course catalog. Through TMCI’s online course offerings, healthcare professionals will learn about everything from the basics of the endocannabinoid system and the importance of patient education to specific medical cannabis treatments for pain, cancer and other diseases.



United Kingdom Cannabis Social Clubs

The UKCSC is an NGO platform founded in 2011 by citizens throughout the United Kingdom affected by and/or concerned by the current national and international war on people who use certain drugs, particularly cannabis. UKCSC unites the representatives of individual CSC’s in the UK, health workers, industry professionals, experts, entrepreneurs and activists from across not only the UK but Europe and the rest of the world. is the UK’s most comprehensive online source for news, information, research, personal testaments and discussion on the medicinal benefits of cannabis, and cannabis extracts.

Across the world laws are changing rapidly favouring a more evidence-based policy. Medical cannabis is now available in Canada, Israel and Uruguay, 23 states of the U.S.A, and its use has been decriminalized in many countries across Europe. believes that there is an immediate need for the Home Office to recognise the therapeutic benefits of cannabis and cannabis extracts and reschedule them from a Schedule 1 Class B drug to a Schedule 4 controlled substance, enabling doctors to prescribe, to encourage research and to aid access to those that need it.



Project CBD

Project CBD is a California-based nonprofit dedicated to promoting and publicizing research into the medical uses of cannabidiol (CBD) and other components of the cannabis plant. We provide educational services for physicians, patients, industry professionals, and the general public.

Project CBD updates doctors and patients on developments in cannabinoid science and therapeutics, supports the efforts of physicians and other researchers to collect, aggregate, and publish data from patients to determine patterns of CBD efficacy—or lack of efficacy.


MKU Ravikanep


MTÜ Ravikanep (Estonian Medical Cannabis Association) is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation advocating the patients’ right to access cannabinoid medicines of consistent quality and acceptable purity. As only a single patient has been prescribed nabiximols in the more than ten years since medical use of cannabinoids was legalised in Estonia,  MTÜ Ravikanep believe that cannabinoids are underused, and that the current attitude of denial tends to drive patients away from evidence-based medicine, thus exacerbating the problems associated with black market cannabis.


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IRKA are a Serbian organisation who campaign for access to medical cannabis for those who would benefit from its holistic properties. The largest organisation of its kind in Serbia, IRKA has already helped thousands of citizens in making strides to access their medicine.



Guernsey Drug Strategy Campaign

Around the world numerous countries have radically changed their drug policies by moving away from the failed “prohibition model” to one which prevents criminalisation, treats drug abuse issues as a health problem and generate revenue from the drug market to raise taxes.

The aim of the Guernsey Deug Strategy Campaign is to help drive a similar movement in Guernsey and have the islands government, to make the “treatment” of drug use/abuse/addiction a Health issue and NOT a Criminal one, to decriminalise all drug use/possession and to regulate the sale of cannabis locally for medical and recreational use.


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Graz Cannabis Social Club

The Graz Cannabis Social Club are a young and motivated team, which decided in 2014, together with the organization Legal Europe, to establish a cannabis club in the Austrian city.

Graz Cannabis Social club intends to inform people of the benefits of cannabis use within the city of Graz and Austria as a nation. They also intend to build a network of doctors, offer personal advice and consultation and bring together like-minded people interested in cannabis for both medical and recreational use.



Mambo Social Club

The Mambo Social Club is Belgium’s second Cannabis Social Club. Since 2012 they have operated as a regional division of Trekt Uw Plant, Belgium’s first cannabis social club.

Mambo represents recreational and medical cannabis consumers and tries to cultivate one plant for each member, accordingly the ministerial guideline from 2005.



Cannabis Terapeutica

Italy’s most prominent information site regarding medical cannabis news and testimonies, Cannabis Terapeutica run an ongoing campaign to ensure patients in need have access to cannabis for therapeutic purposes.

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Dos Emociones

Dos Emociones, a non-profit organisation based in Madrid, devote their time and resources to advise and support all patients who want to know the properties and therapeutic applications of cannabis.

The idea was born out of an aim to be the first platform for medical cannabis users to unite their voices in order to vindicate their right to welfare and to decide the most appropriate treatment for them without falling into any legal disputes associated with the consumption of this substance.

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Normal, the Norwegian chapter of the marijuana legalisation organization NORML, was conceived in 1994 on the precursor to the public internet, a BBS, by a group of people who did not believe in the exaggerations regarding the dangers of cannabis propagated by the government and mass media.

Since 2013, Normal has rebuilt its’ organization and strives to become a serious organization and political force in Norwegian drug policy. Our objectives include monitoring the development towards legalisation and decriminalization of cannabis in other countries, and participating in debate and conception of drug policy at home. In additon, we strive to be a resource for cannabis users and work for the rights of innocent victims of punitive policies or intrusive and undemocratic government sanctions.