The latest in the Global State of Harm Reduction series, When sex work and drug use overlap: Considerations for advocacy and practice examines the multiple and varied contexts within which drug use (including use of alcohol, hormones and image- and performance-enhancing drugs) and sex work overlap. It provides a snapshot of available evidence on the factors that contribute to vulnerability among people who sell sex and use drugs. Drawing on experience from the harm reduction and sex work communities, the report explores implications for practice, highlighting existing programmes that reach people who sell sex and use drugs around the world, and offering practical suggestions on how programmes can better serve this overlapping population.
Developing effective harm reduction services for women who inject drugs
HRI is pleased to share an Indonesian translation of Developing effective harm reduction services for women who inject drugs (PDF, 594 KB) originally published in English as a chapter in The Global State of Harm Reduction 2012 report (PDF, 1 MB). In Bahasa, Mengembangkan layanan Pengurangan Dampak Buruk NAPZA yang Lebih Efektif bagi Perempuan Pengguna NAPZA Suntik.