Team

End The Drug War is a campaign led by Students For Liberty activists and staff.

Aleksandar Kokotović

Aleksandar Kokotović

Managing Director

Aleksandar has been involved with the campaign since its inception in 2014. He has spoken on the topics of drug reform in 20+ countries and worked with activists in 50+ countries to help change the horrific consequences of the war on drugs.

MARIAM GOGOLISHVILI

MARIAM GOGOLISHVILI

Campaign Manager

Mariam is from Tbilisi, Georgia. She has been an organizer of #DoNotArrest movement which has been launched against repressive drug policy and lead to decriminalization of cannabis in Georgia.

 

Piotr Markiełaŭ

Piotr Markiełaŭ

Campaign Intern

Piotr is a founder of Civil movement Legalize Belarus and a Regional coordinator of Students For Liberty for Eastern Europe.

 

BARBARA MARCOLIN

BARBARA MARCOLIN

Campaign Fellow

Bárbara Marcolin is a Local Coordinator in Porto Alegre, Brazil and has been in Students For Liberty since 2017. She was State Coordinator in 2018 and is currently the coordinator responsible for the End The Drug War Campaign in Brazil.

 

MORONFOLU ADENIYI

MORONFOLU ADENIYI

Campaign Fellow

Moronfolu Adeniyi is a drug policy reform advocate that promotes policy based on justice, liberty, compassion, reason, and a safer society. He is currently the African Global Fellow for Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP) where he monitors and expands the network of young drug policy reform advocates.

Ayemen Fatima

Ayemen Fatima

Campaign Fellow

Ayemen completed Doctor of Pharmacy degree from DSOP, HYD, India. She is passionate about issues surrounding human rights, individual freedom, religion, free markets, health economics. She is an advocate for drug law reforms hoping to advance her research in healthcare regulatory policies.

Jhone Carrinho

Jhone Carrinho

Contributor Author

Jhone Carrinho is Local Coordinator of Students For Liberty Brasil, a researcher in the social sciences area, with research experience, focused in the sub-area of political impacts on the social body.