European College for the Study of Consciousness (ECSC)
Europäisches Collegium für Bewusstseinsstudien (ECBS)
1985, by Hanscarl Leuner.
Promote interdisciplinary exchange of experience and research in the field of consciousness studies; collect and disseminate information on consciousness research and use of psychoactive substances for psychotherapeutic purposes and as a tool in mind research; promote research on altered states of consciousness and psychedelic drugs; advise and inform the public and political and juridical institutions.Available with paid subscription only.
Organizes symposia, conferences and workshops; provides counselling on specific topics.
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Members in 8 countries
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