S2 – Martine Baudin: La réduction des risques en Suisse: quelle direction prendre?
S2 – Heino Stöver: Pushing the boundaries of harm reduction
S2 – Susie McLean: Challenges for harm reduction – funding for the international scale up of services
S3 – Gerhard Lips: Harm reduction and the police
S3 – Dirce Blöchlinger: Harm reduction – view from the perspective of affected families
S3 – Efi Kokkini: The view of drug users‘ organisations on harm reduction
S4 – Alexander Grabenhofer-Eggerth: Evidence and availability of harm reduction in Europe 2003-2013
S4 – Dagmar Hedrich: New trends in harm reduction in Europe: progress made – challenges ahead
S4 – Adam Winstock: New approaches to harm reduction – the utilization of apps, social norms, behavioural economics, peer experience and expertise in promoting safer drug use
S4 – Dirk Schäffer: Hepatitis C / HIV – prevalence and access, any changes?
S5 – Carlo Fabian: Between life world and drug-policy – on the importance of the social space
S5 – Rainer Kasecker: Policing drug-related public spaces
S5 – Daniel Kübler: « Social public order » – harm reduction facilities in their urban neighbourhood
S6 – Martin Jelsma: Cannabis regulation and UN treaty reform
S6 – Barbara Brohl, Lewis Koski: The state of marijuana in Colorado
S6 – Ann Fordham: The 2016 UNGASS on drugs: Why we need a strong European voice
S6 – Fabrice Olivet: Les quatre cavaliers de la guerre à la drogue – sida, violence, mépris, pauvreté
S7 – Rel’aids: Radio FM-R – view on the conference
S7 – Anne Philibert: Paternalism: to what extent?
S7 – Jean-Félix Savary: Harm reduction in 2025
W1 – Eberhard Schatz: Drug Consumption Rooms (DCR) – an overview
W1 – Laurène Collard: Supervising consumption – a new step in French harm reduction strategies?
W1 – Dirk Schäffer: Drug-related overdoses in German DCRs – DCRs save drug users’ lives
W1 – Ines Bürge: Inhalation – experience in Switzerland
W1 – Rasmus Koberg Christiansen: Drug consumption rooms in Copenhagen
W2 – David Leclercq: Party+, EU network for safer party labels
W2 – Patricia Ros Garcia: Platform Nits Q in Tarragona, a quality night project
W2 – Constanze Nagy: Integrated drug checking: relevant and appropriate services that reach out to the drug users and keeps us up to date with trends on the drugs market
W2 – Alexander Bücheli: Swiss nightlife prevention and harm reduction, the Safer Nightlife approach
W3 – Roger Staub: MSM – HIV and harm reduction in Switzerland
W3 – Barbara Broers: Doping – harms and harm reduction
W5 – Catherine Ritter, Cinzia Brentari, Heino Stöver: Working together for the implementation of prevention, medical care and harm reduction in prisons – a practical experience!
W6 – Heino Stöver: Alcohol and harm reduction
W6 – Conrad Köckert: Alcohol user rooms as part of harm reduction and reintegration
W6 – Astrid Leicht: The need for “wet rooms”
W6 – Michael Herzig: Integrated harm reduction services for alcoholics and drug users
W7 – Gerry Stimson: Why harm reductionists and drug policy re-formers should support tobacco harm reduction
W7 – Jacques Cornuz: Tobacco and harm reduction
W8 – Natasha Martin: HCV prevention – the impact of new treatments and harm reduction
W8 – Eberhard Schatz: European initiative hepatitis C and drug use
W8 – Philip Bruggmann: Hepatitis C – treatment options, target groups and how does policy react?
W9 – Alexandra Heeb: Nightlife and public space
W9 – Nicolas Pythoud: L’usage de drogue dans l’espace public – quels enjeux?
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 on the street in Zurich / A new approach in street prostitution policy – case study of the city of Zurich
W10 – Jean-Paul Grund: Drug epidemics and ethnic minority communities – three case studies
W10 – Anna Weber: Healthcare organisations facing diversity
W11 – Niamh Eastwood: Global trends in decriminalisation – a quiet revolution
W12 – Jamie Bridge: Support. Don’t Punish – a global campaign for harm reduction and drug policy reform
W12 – Carina Edlund: Insight into changing public opinion around sex work activism
W13 – Jürg Zingg: Administrative fine procedures for cannabis use – implementation and first experiences by the city police of Zurich
W13 – Eveline Bohnenblust: “Cannabis” working group
W13 – Arnaud Moreillon: Improving security in cities – the associations of cannabis users: an opportunity to reduce harm
W14 – John-Peter Kools (chair): New psychoactive substances – European trends, local situations and harm reduction responses
W14 – Jean Paul Grund: New psychoactive substances in Europe – what’s new?
W14 – Péter Sárosi: New psychoactive substances – policy responses and unintended consequences
W14 – Marianela Kloka, Elena Giamma: New psychoactive substances among problem drug users – towards effective and comprehensive health responses in Europe: the situation in Greece
W15 – Alexander Bücheli, Larissa Maier: Risk and harm reduction practices among recreational drug users
Dialogue Space – Christophe Mani: Actions de réduction des risques auprès des jeunes – enjeux et défis actuels
Dialogue Space – Anke Stallwitz: Community-mindedness in illicit drug cultures – protective capacities and implications for policy and intervention
Training Session – Tiina Varonen: The joys and challenges of working with peers