FAAAT is a think tank working on public policies related to addictions and substances liable to produce addiction with a view on sustainable development, local empowerment, fundamental Human Rights and the Rights of indigenous Peoples.
In parallel, FAAAT takes part, impulses, support and help to structure initiatives from civil society, from politics or the media, with an approach of review of existing laws related to psychotropic substances in France, and reorientation of the main axes of international narcotic drug policies.
Our think-tank is active in Europe, european countries overseas territories, as well as close to the trans-national organizations.
Its offices are set in Paris and Barcelona.
Kenzi RIBOULET ZEMOULI
| Head of relations at FAAAT (2016-present) ;|
Steering Committee member in the French NGO Chanvre & Libertés-NORML France (2014-present) ;
Spokeperson of the Cannabis Sans Frontières network ;
Observer of the Vienna international institutions on drug policies, with a special approach on the scheduling processes (2003-present) ;
Central person in the French public and media debate on cannabis issues.
Chairman, French Green Party national commission on drugs (1998-2008) ;
President of ENCOD (the european coalition for just and effective drug policies) (2004), member of the Cannabis Social Club work group (2006) ;
Organizer of Million Marijuana March in Paris (2001-2016) ;
Candidate to several elections in France (european parliament in 2009 and 2014, legislative elections in 2012, regional in 2015) under the Cannabis Sans Frontières list.
| Head of advocacy at FAAAT (2016-present) ;
Co-founder and Steering Committee member in the French NGO Chanvre & Libertés-NORML France (2013-2016), member of the commission 'RIght & Law' and the Cannabis Social Club implementation group (2013-present) ;
Member of the steering group of the Catalan Network of People who Use Drugs, CatNPUD (2016-present) ;
Observer of the Vienna international institutions on drug policies, along with the #ProCannabisTeam, ENCOD and the International Platform of French civil society (2014-today).
Co-founder of the former pioneer federation of Cannabis Clubs (CSCF) in France (2012-2013) ;
Activist in the southern region of Toulouse, engaged with the health and social web of practitioners in the region, he organized events and conferences on topics such as cannabis and harm reduction, impulsed a local collective and took part in the redaction of municipal proposals on cannabis issues (2010-2015).