The worldwide crisis around the Corona virus has led to numerous restrictions, also in Austria. Under consideration of the serious restrictions through the Austrian government as well as the fact that we will not put our participants, exhibitors, caterer, musicians, experts and speakers at a risk, the CULTIVA Expo & Congress 2020 cannot take place in the usual way.
CULTIVA is a major social concern for Austria and the neighbour countries since its first edition, hence a new date for 2021 has already been agreed.
The CULTIVA Expo & Congress 2021 will take place from 15. - 17. October.
We thank you for your understanding and are looking forward to a successful event in 2021, which surely will be a very special experience having overcome this exceptional period of time.
Your Cultiva Team
THE hotspot concerning medicine, law, politics and culture.
International high-profile speakers from the fields of science, research, medicine and politics speak on a wide range of topics such as health/medicine, law and culture. Once again, the Congress will be focussing on the wide and evolving area of cannabis in medicine as this topic gains more and more interest as well as the legal regulations, which continue to change in many countries.
Simultaneous Translation available in German or English. >> OUR TIP: the headphones can also be used for better understanding of lectures (in original language)!
The unique Cultiva Patients Lounge offers an exclusive platform for personal discussions in small groups with the experts of the cannabis congress, for those who are affected.This unique offer will be - once again - a special highlight, as were else would they have the opportunity to meet up and talk with leading experts in a casual way.
Interviews with our speakers from the 11. Cultiva Cannabis Congress 2018 (in German language)
Lookig forward to seeing you! Your Cultiva Cannabis Congress-Team
Journalist, Photographer and Activist
LECTURE: Cannabis policy in The Netherlands: has the Dutch war on weed ended?
After decades of stagnation and increasing repression, the Dutch government seems to have finally turned the page on cannabis policy. The government is planning experiments with regulated cannabis production to supply coffeeshops in ten cities. Because of the proposed limitations, these experiments have received criticism from different sides. But one thing is sure: change is coming. The coffeeshop industry is trying to unite coffeeshops in order to have a say in the process towards regulation or legalization. Some fear the coffeeshops won’t survive legalization. In his talk, Derrick Bergman will give an update of recent developments and analyze the risks and opportunities for the future.