Each year the Eurasian Harm Reduction Network (ЕHRN) issues a yearly note with a review of events in the sphere of harm reduction that took place in Eastern and Central Europe and Central Asia. The year 2009 was a challenging one for many harm reduction supporters and services in our region as the economic crisis began to have impact, but it was also a year in which some important progress was made on key issues in harm reduction. In this yearly note EHRN focuses on the following topics: drug policy, opioid substitution treatment, overdose, stigma, special populations and financing of harm reduction.
- Epidemic Diary - ENPUD Information Digest
- INPUD online survey on COVID-19 and people who use drugs data report
- Cost-effective tools to reduce the spread of the hepatitis C virus in people who inject drugs
- Reorienting drug policy in Indonesia: Pathways to the Sustainable Development Goals
- EMCDDA trendspotter briefing: Impact of COVID-19 on patterns of drug use and drug-related harms in Europe
- Cannabis rescheduling: What could it mean for Africa?
- Harm reduction for women in prisons
- Barriers to harm reduction for women who use drugs in South Africa
- Interruption and Innovation - The impact of policy measures during the COVID-19 pandemic on key and vulnerable populations for HIV, tuberculosis and viral hepatitis in Eastern Europe and Central Asia