Abstracts


Plenaries

S2 – Martine Baudin: Harm reduction work in Switzerland: which direction to take?

S2 – Heino Stöver: Pushing the boundaries of harm reduction

S2 – Harm reduction works. Fund it! (Panel Session)

S3 – Dirce Blöchlinger: What does harm reduction mean to parents and other family members?

S3 – Efi Kokkini: The view of drug users’ organisations

S4 – Dagmar Hedrich: New trends in harm reduction in Europe: progress made – challenges ahead

S4 – Alexander Grabenhofer-Eggerth: Evidence and availability of harm reduction in Europe 2003-2013

S4 – Adam Winstock: New approaches to harm reduction – drugs meter, drinks meter and the High Way Code

S4 – Dirk Schäffer: Hepatitis C / HIV: prevalence and access, any changes?

S5 – Carlo Fabian: Between everyday life and drug policy: the importance of the social space

S5 – Daniel Kübler: “Social public order”: harm reduction facilities in their urban neighbourhood

S6 – Ann Fordham: The 2016 UNGASS on drugs: Why we need a strong European voice

S6 – Martin Jelsma: Cannabis regulation and UN treaty reform

S6 – Fabrice Olivet: The community perspectives on drug policy reform – War on drugs: the four horsemen

S7 – Joanne Csete: What does successful drug policy advocacy mean for harm reduction?

S7 – Anne Philibert: Government paternalism: to what extent?

S7 – Annie Machon, Jean-Félix Savary: Law Enforcement Against Prohibition – the ”war on drugs” has failed


Workshops

W1 – Ines Bürge: Inhalation – experience in Switzerland

W1 – Rasmus Koberg Christiansen: Drug consumption rooms in Copenhagen

W1 – Dirk Schäffer: The relevance of DCR‘s for the prevention of overdoses – outcomes of a German investigation

W1 – Efi Kokkini: The first DCR in Greece – setting and outlook

W1 – Laurène Collard: The creation of supervised consumption rooms in France

W2 – David Leclercq: The safer party label: a global harm reduction tool ensuring high quality standards among nightlife venues

W2 – Constanze Nagy: Drug checking services: a tool for monitoring recreational drug market and being in contact with drug users

W2 – Alex Bücheli: Swiss nightlife prevention and harm reduction, Safer Nightlife approach

W2 – Patricia Ros Garcia: Platform NITS Q, a quality night project

W3 – Barbara Broers: Doping: harms and harm reduction

W3 – Kenneth Dürsteler: How to treat elderly drug addicts

W3 – Rolf Fischer: Do we have to adjust our services to new target audiences?

W3 – Roger Staub: MSM, HIV and harm reduction in Switzerland

W4 – Richard Blättler: Housing for drug users in Switzerland / Assisted living and harm reduction

W5 – Catherine Ritter, Cinzia Brentari, Heino Stöver: Successful interventions in prison settings

W6 – Michael Herzig: Moving towards an integrated approach to drugs and alcohol

W6 – Conrad Köckert: Reintegrating problematic alcohol users

W6 – Astrid Leicht: Do we need drinker rooms?

W7 – Dac Sprengel: The e-cigarette as both a political and technical opportunity and risk

W7 – Gerry Stimson: Why harm reductionists and drug policy re-formers should support tobacco HR

W8 – Philip Bruggmann: Hepatitis C: treatments options, target groups and how does policy react?

W8 – Eberhard Schatz: Hepatitis C initiative

W9 – Nicolas Pythoud: Drug use and public space

W9 – Alexandra Heeb: Nightlife and public space

W9 – Evelyne Flotiront, Peter Sumsander, René Keller: Cooperation between consumption rooms and the police or “to remove heat from under the pan”

W9 – Ursula Kocher: Prostitution, public health, and public space

W10 – Nimah Eastwood: The numbers in black and white: ethic disparities in the policing and prosecutions of drug offences in England and Wales

W10 – Jean-Paul Grund: Chinese and Surinamian communities in the heroin consumption in Amsterdam

W10 – Fania Noël: Territorial segregation: a barrier to risk reduction

W10 – Anna Weber: Health care systems facing diversity

W11 – Martin Jelsma: Update from the Netherlands

W11 – Niamh Eastwood: Models of decriminalisation: a global and European overview

W11 – Rui Miguel Coimbra Morais: Living the decriminalisation – experience in Portugal

W12 – Jamie Bridge: Campaigning for drug policy reform: an overview of experiences and ideas

W12 – Carina Edlund: Insight into changing public opinion around sex work activism

W13 – Eveline Bohnenblust: What is going on in Switzerland? Swiss session on cannabis regulation

W14 – John-Peter Kools (chair): Local situations regarding NPS and policy implications

W15 – Alex Bücheli, Larissa Maier: Training session – risk and harm reduction practices among recreational drug users


Other Events

Dialogue Space – Christophe Mani: Harm reduction initiatives conducted among young people: current issues and challenges

Dialogue Space – Anke Stallwitz: Community-mindedness in illicit drug cultures: Protective capacities and implications for policy and intervention

Training Meeting – Eberhardt Schatz: Drug consumption rooms

Training Meeting – Helena Virokannas, Tiina Varonen: The joys and challenges of working with peers