INHSU go behind the scenes of three harm reduction organisations in Lisbon - CRESCER, GAT, and Ares do Pinhal, who provide vital harm reduction services such as Hepatitis C testing and treatment in safe and inclusive community-based settings.
INPUD present a best-practice toolkit, focused on key harm reduction interventions, based on interviews with twenty peer drug user activists and harm reduction specialists from a range of different countries.
The EMCDDA shed light on emerging trends, challenges, and policy implications surrounding drug use in Europe up until the end of 2022, revealing high availability of substances and a greater need for harm reduction services.
EHRA publish their latest edition of CHECK magazine, focusing on the disproportionate levels of stigmatisation and discrimination that women who use drugs face as a result of existing gender inequalities and prohibitionist policies.
Victoria's first safe injecting room secures permanent status, marking a milestone in harm reduction efforts and sparking hope for a more compassionate and evidence-based approach towards people who inject drugs across Australia.