In the last decade, the interest and use of ayahuasca has expanded exponentially. This phenomenon has both activated the advancement of scientific research into its effects, risks and therapeutic potential, as well as serious legal, ethical and sustainability challenges.
The World Ayahuasca Conference 2014, organized by the ICEERS Foundation, aims to be a multidisciplinary event that brings together leading scientists, legal experts, practitioners. environmentalists and other experts involved in the ayahuasca field, facilitating the interchange of experience and knowledge, and the birth of new synergies and collaborations through the formal presentations and round tables, workshops and debates, as well as the informal events of the conference.
The 9th International Amazonian Shamanism Conference is set to take place in July of 2013 in Iquitos Peru. Building on the success of it's previous eight years the conference brings together scholars, authors, artists, filmmakers and shaman for a weeklong event that is focused on learning from each other and the healing properties of ayahuasca and shamanism.
Presenters include: Dona Martha Elena Burgos, Hillary S. Webb PhD, Heinz Valentin Hampejs PhD, Juan Jamoy, Claudia Mueller-Ebeling PhD, Christian Raetch PhD, Itzhak Beery, David J. Brown, Juan Vasquez Amaringo, Seti Gershberg, Anderson Deberenardi Mozombite, Raul Diego Nelson Falch PhD, Alan Shoemaker, C Mikkal Smith PhD, Peter Gorman and more.
The conference takes place from July 21 - July 27, 2013
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