E-learning tool “Police Violence Against Women Who Use Drugs” offers self-guided education on police violence against women who use drugs. The tool was primarily tailored to the needs of women who use drugs and it is targeted at this particular focus group. However, the tool is also intended to help those who work with communities of people who use drugs to understand real-life issues that these people encounter. The tool may also be interesting to other professionals, including social workers, health care professionals, and providers of harm reduction services as an advocacy tool for fairer drug policies.
Even though primarily it is a self-learning tool, it may also serve as recourse material for social workers or other professional in organizing group activities - educational sessions, workshops, trainings, and other - for people who use drugs.
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