Kiran Sidhu

    Kiran is a tobacco harm reduction fellow for Filter. She is a London-based writer and journalist, who has has written for publications including the Guardian, the Telegraph and I Paper.

    Kiran’s fellowship is supported by an independently administered tobacco harm reduction scholarship from Knowledge-Action-Change—an organization that has separately provided restricted grants and donations to Filter.

    England Recommits to Goal of Making Smoking Obsolete by 2030

    Following much uncertainty amid unprecedented political turmoil in the United Kingdom, the country has ...

    The Stigmatization of Smoking Is Not Harm Reduction

    Smoking has been stigmatized for some time. Once it was normal for idolized film ...

    UK Program Will Pay People to Quit Smoking During Pregnancy

    Pregnant people will be offered vouchers worth up to £400 (almost $500) to quit ...

    Life as a Vaping Advocate Under India’s Prohibition

    In late 2019, the Indian government issued a ban on vaping products. The ordinance, ...

    The Mission to Make Psilocybin Available to UK Cancer Patients

    “I was involved in oncology when I was a medic,” Dr. Malcolm Barratt-Johnson told ...

    London’s Cannabis Diversion Plan Draws Political Fire

    The mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, is hoping to introduce a scheme that would ...

    UK on the Brink of a Psychedelic Therapy Revolution

    Bristol, the English city that produced street artist Banksy, will soon see the opening ...

    The “Queen of Consciousness” Driving Psychedelic Study and Advocacy

    Amanda Feilding is the founder and director of the Beckley Foundation, which has been ...

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