Free Cannabis NSW picnic a HUGE success

MEDIA RELEASE: The 'Free Cannabis' picnic held in Sydney's Victoria Park over the weekend exceeded all expectations, with the largest ever turnout for the event, made even better by the fact that there were no arrests this time.

Politicians & leading lawyers to address crowds at Sydney’s Free Cannabis picnic

MEDIA RELEASE: Politicians including NSW Greens MP David Shoebridge and members of the Liberal Democratic Party as well as leading criminal lawyers will address the hundreds expected to turn up for this weekend's 'Free Cannabis' 420 community picnic in Sydney.

Free Cannabis picnic receives major media attention

This weekend's Free Cannabis 420 community picnic organised by Free Cannabis NSW and supported by PR 4 THE PEOPLE has seemingly captured the zeitgeist with plenty of major media outlets reporting on the event before it is held on Saturday, April 9.

Cancer patients, pensioners, mums & students to risk arrest by smoking in park

MEDIA RELEASE: Cancer patients, pensioners, mothers, students and everyday Australians will again put their liberty on the line on Saturday, April 9 when they gather at Victoria Park on the edge of Sydney’s CBD to hold a Free Cannabis picnic. Chilled tunes, a family-friendly vibe, guest speakers, and the possibility of cannabis smoke in the air is expected to draw hundreds of people.

LUSH Cosmetics & SEEK support Safe Schools after PR 4 THE PPL open letter calls for corporate support

Following our Open Letter last week addressed to 20 major corporations which provide support or sponsorship to Australia's two largest LGBTIQ festivals - the Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras and Melbourne's Midsumma - cosmetics superbrand LUSH Cosmetics and employment behemoth SEEK have both publicly spoken out in support of anti-bullying program, Safe Schools.

Unharm recruits hundreds of members after PR 4 THE PPL video

Along with the team at the not-for-profit drugs reform group Unharm, we compiled, shot and edited a short online fundraising video to create greater community awareness regarding current drugs laws to coincide with the 2016 Sydney Mardi Gras festival.