Civil society involvement in harm reduction drug policy: reflections on the past, expectations for the future

Harm Reduction Journal (2021)

Aileen O'Gorman , Eberhard Schatz

A range of civil society organisations (CSOs) such as drug user groups, non-governmental/third sector organisations and networks of existing organisations, seek to shape the development of drugs policy at national and international levels. However, their capacity to do so is shaped by the contexts in which they operate nationally and internationally. The aim of this paper is to explore the lived experience of civil society participation in these contexts, both from the perspective of CSOs engaged in harm reduction advocacy, and the institutions they engage with, in order to inform future policy development.

Civil society involvement in harm reduction drug policy: reflections on the past, expectations for the future

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