Global State of Harm Reduction Reports

Our flagship publication is the biennial Global State of Harm Reduction report. First published in 2008, it involves a coordinated effort across practitioners, academics, advocates and activists to map global data and responses to HIV and hepatitis C epidemics related to unsafe injecting and non-injecting drug use.

It is the only report to provide an independent analysis of the state of harm reduction in the world and has become the go-to source on global harm reduction developments for researchers and advocates in our sector and beyond.

Global State of Harm Reduction 2016 At a glance PDF document

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Global State of Harm Reduction 2016 PDF document

Services to reduce drug-related harms are failing to keep up with growing need, despite pledges to combat AIDS among people who inject drugs The drive to scale-up needle and syringe programmes… Read more

Global State of Harm Reduction 2014 PDF document

Harm Reduction International is pleased to announce the launch of the fourth edition of the Global State of Harm Reduction. View the data with our interactive Global State of Harm Reduction… Read more

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Global State of Harm Reduction 2012

In 2008 Harm Reduction International released the Global State of Harm Reduction, a report that mapped responses to drug-related HIV and hepatitis C epidemics around the world for the first time.… Read more

Global State of Harm Reduction 2010

Published in April 2010 – The Global State of Harm Reduction 2010: Key Issues for Broadening the Response – is the second major report in the series. It provides a region-by-region update of key… Read more

Global State of Harm Reduction 2008 PDF document

About the Global State of Harm Reduction In 2006, the International Harm Reduction Association (IHRA) received support from the UK Department for International Development (DFID) for a project to… Read more

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