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Fisham, Henry and Measham, Fiona (2018) Night lives: reducing drug-related harm in the night time economy. London: All-Party Parliamentary Group for Drug Policy Reform, Durham University, The Loop and Volteface.

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The UK’s night time economy is failing to protect its most valuable asset: the people who go out and enjoy it. Night Lives: Reducing Drug-Related Harm in the Night Time Economy, a joint report by the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Drug Policy Reform, Durham University, The Loop and Volteface, advocates for the adoption of a set of bold yet practical initiatives across our towns and cities to address this failure. Aimed at stakeholders including the night time industry, local authorities, police forces and public health, Night Lives offers new ideas for reducing drug-related harm in the UK’s night time economy (NTE).

Item Type
Report
Publication Type
International, Report
Drug Type
All substances, Substances (not alcohol/tobacco), Cannabis, CNS stimulants, Cocaine, Opioid, New psychoactive substance
Intervention Type
General / Comprehensive, Harm reduction
Date
March 2018
Pages
88 p.
Publisher
All-Party Parliamentary Group for Drug Policy Reform, Durham University, The Loop and Volteface
Place of Publication
London
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