The festival will constitute of many different happenings like the march through the city which will be traditional, lectures from experts and presentations from activists, promotional exhibitions, workshops, buisness oportunities, entertainment, food etc. In this manner we invite all who want to add some value to this event to contact us.
NGO - non governmental organisation
We are inviting all the non-profit NGOs. This year as promised we are adding something to the festival so we are inviting all the non-profit NGOs whose activities include actively helping that this plant we all love so much is freed from heavy chains, that prohibition locked us within, to come and spread awareness with us. You can present your activities on the premises and promote your organization, but without selling your products or services. Because the festival will grow as freedom grows and the place of the festival is limited, so will the number of NGO's, that's why it's good to ensure your place when the festival is small, because when it will be big, your loyalty and support in the beginning will be awarded with a constant place among us. It's important to notice, that you bring your own stands where you are going to present you organization, so contact us and describe in few words what your organization is about.
The march that were going to make traditional will take place for many reasons. It will remind the authorities that we have an earth-given right to use any plant for our own purposes, harming no one in the process. Even if cannabis didn’t have any medicinal properties, it would still be an outrage for some entity to forbid its usage. Having the element of medicinal value, the prohibition makes things even more absurd. Since we know our rights and we know that all cannabis use is medical, we are going to exercise this freedom of ours publicly, throughout the entire march which will be accompanied by music. One of our pit stops will be at the police station in the town’s centre where we shall plant a weed in their yard in memory of all the victims of the prohibition law – all the deceased patients whom they stole the cure from, and all the people that went to jail for it. We are also going to light and smoke a joint in front of the police station, and take a group picture with the police to have something to remember. According to our law at this moment, possessing cannabis is an offence punishable by a fine. However, we are going to ignore that, as we know our true nature- given rights. That is why we are inviting everyone to join our efforts by participating in this march. This goes for all, but especially for people whose medical condition requires them to use cannabis regularly, and these are the ones who need it the most.
Yees, the festival is becoming traditional. Read more about the previous festivals.