The speeches
The Ninth Mayors' Conference of European Cities Against Drugs
Basic Human Rights - The Issue for Europe

Reykjavík, Iceland
April 24-26, 2002


1. Official Opening: The Mayor of Reykjavík Ms. Ingibjörg Sólrún Gísladóttir
2. Address by the Conference Patron: Former President of Iceland Ms. Vigdís Finnbogadóttir
3. Introduction to ECAD: Mr. Jim Corr, Councillor, ECAD Chairman
4. ECAD: 1994-2002: Mr. Tomas Hallberg, Director ECAD
5. A Drug Free Iceland - A five Year Project, 1997-2002: Aims, Means, Achievements: Ms. Dögg Pálsdóttir, Attorney, Chairman of Drug Free Iceland
6. International Policies and Preventive Means: Ambassador Melvyn Levitsky
7. Human Rights - A Modern Day Slavery: Ms. Guðrún Agnarsdóttir, M. D., Chief Consultant and Supervisor of the Rape and Trauma Service, National University Hospital, Reykjavik
8. Open Borders - A Threat and an Opportunity: Ms. Jane Narviliene, Member of the Lithuanian Parliament
9. The New Rulers of the World: Mr. Wade West, President of the Media Power Group
10. Report from the Youth Conference: Ms. Dögg Kjartansdóttir
11. Is EU a Threat or a Possibility to a Restrictive Drug Policy? Ms. MaLou Lindholm, Former Member of the European Parliament, Deputy Director HNN
12. Liberal Spiral in Russian Drug Policy -A Twelve Year Period: Mr. Georgy Zazulin, Director of the Regional ECAD Office in St. Petersburg
13. Youth and the Use of Drugs in Europe: Professor Þórólfur Þórlindson
14. The Need for Policy and Coordinated Efforts: Ms. Sólveig Pétursdóttir, Minister of Justice in Iceland
15. Official Closing: The Mayor of Reykjavík Ms. Ingibjörg Sólrún Gísladóttir