what is harm reduction?
Reports10 March 2022The Death Penalty For Drug Offences: Global Overview 2021
Reports13 December 2021Global Scan: COVID-19 Vaccinations in Prisons
Flagship Research18 May 2021Failure to Fund: The continued crisis for harm reduction funding
Briefings24 November 2021Integrated and Person-Centred Harm Reduction Services
Briefings14 June 2021The Harms of incarceration
Briefings21 April 2020Making the investment case for harm reduction
Briefings30 June 2021The Securitisation of Health Responses to COVID-19
Briefings30 April 2019Harm reduction for stimulants
why it matters
people use drugs every year
countries criminalise drugs
of people who inject drugs have had hepatitis C
countries retain the death penalty for drugs
Our strategic plan guides our work across health, rights and the Harm Reduction International conference, contributing to the broader harm reduction and drug policy reform movements.
We are committed to centring equity across our work and highlighting the negative impact of criminalisation and the compounding effects of intersectional vulnerabilities, specifically how drug policy interacts with gender, ethnicity, race, poverty and socioeconomic status.
News9 September 2022Harm Reduction Messages for the Global Fund Replenishment
News6 April 2022Harm Reduction International Launches 2021 Annual Report
News30 March 2022Singapore Resumes Executions for Drug Offences
News28 October 2021Advocacy for people who use drugs to be centred in the Global Fund Strategy
News30 September 2021Harm Reduction International conference to be held in Melbourne in 2023