Harm Reduction International (HRI) is seeking a consultant to lead on the research and drafting of a new Harm Reduction International (HRI) report exploring the intersections between sex work and drug use.

The report will review available evidence on the particular vulnerabilities experienced by people who use drugs and sell sex, identify programmatic needs and interventions that may effectively address these, and highlight key recommendations for practice and policy. Key objectives include increasing the visibility of sex work and harm reduction within the harm reduction and HIV sectors, and improving the accessibility of harm reduction and sex work resources.

For more information, please see the attached Call for Expressions of Interest (EoIs), or visit: http://www.ihra.net/contents/1263

The deadline for EoI submissions is Wednesday, 31 October, 2012. Selected applicants will be invited for a telephone interview on the 13th or 15th November, 2012. If you have any inquiries, please contact Claudia on claudia.stoicescu@ihra.net.

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