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IDHDP side event at CND: Overdose deaths - an easy solution to prevent so many
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In The News
Drug users should be able to get heroin from the health system
Professor Schechter discusses the need for heroin assisted treatment
Drug policy reform as a critical part of the HIV response.
An information note for Global Fund applicants and grant recipients.
Law enforcement assisted diversion produces dramatic reductions in recidivism
A unique collaboration has united to devise a new plan that may transform the national discussion about the war on drugs and mass incarceration. - Huffington Post
Publications
A roadmap to peace in the war on drugs Dr Michael Keane writes a review article for the Institute of Public Affairs.
Association between harm reduction intervention uptake and recent hepatitis C infection among people who inject drugs attending sites that provide sterile injecting equipment in Scotland. The featured study found that high-coverage participation in needle and syringe programmes was linked to a lower risk of becoming infected with hepatitis C.
Why the High Level General Assembly Thematic Debate towards the 2016 UNGASS on drugs is important This report by the IDPC discusses a number of points that need to be addressed in debate towards UNGASS 2016