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11 Friday (5)

12:00 am - 12:15 am
Opening & welcome

13:30 – 14:15

The devil wears hemp

The new exhibition at the Hash Marihuana & Hemp Museum shows that in ancient Japan all kinds of hemp garments were worn. In this round table we will talk about the recent history of hemp clothing, together with the brands Majotae (Tokyo) and Hemp&Love (Barcelona).

18:00 – 19:15

The fight for cannabis regulation in Spain

At this table, the most representative proposals of the cannabis movement in our country will take center stage. Due to recent advances and the anomalous international circumstances, the current situation and the different perspectives for the future will be discussed.

15:30 – 16:30

Latin America, Comparative Cannabis Regulation

Ana Erika Santana

Corporate lawyer specializing in cannabis, doctoral student in law, general director of the National Council for Research and Development of Bioderivatives (CONIDEBID). LAIHA (Latin American Hemp Industry Association) Ambassador for Mexico. Former President of Lawyers Lic. Maria Sandoval de Zarco, A.C. Former director of INMUJER, former director of Canacintra and Canaco, in B.C. Co-author of the book Victims in Human Rights Perspective, published by the Congress of the Union. Human rights activist. Nominated for the human rights award for her support to vulnerable people.

16:45 – 17:45

What Happened to the American Cannabis Dream?

Since the last in-person edition of the World Cannabis Conferences, the world we knew has blurred. During the round table we will talk about the repercussions that what happened at the planetary level in the last two years, has had on the American cannabis sector.

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