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Stevens, Alex and Hughes, Caitlin and Hulme, Shann and Cassidy, Rebecca (2019) Depenalization, diversion and decriminalization: a realist review and programme theory of alternatives to criminalization for simple drug possession. European Journal of Criminology , Early online .

Gibbs, Daisy and Hughes, Caitlin and Barrett, Monica and Ezard, Nadine and Bruno, Raimondo and Sutherland, Rachel and Grigg, Jodie and Salom, Caroline and Hill, Penny and Dietze, Paul and Lenton, Simon R and Degenhardt, Louisa and Peacock, Amy (2019) Illicit drug use and awareness of health and policing initiatives at Australian music festivals among people who regularly use ecstasy and other illicit stimulants. Drug Trends Bulletin Series .

Report

Hughes, Caitlin and Barratt, Monica J and Ferris, Jason and Winstock, Adam (2019) Australian music festival attendees: a national overview of demographics, drug use patterns, policing experiences and help seeking behaviour. Sydney: University of New South Wales.

Ritter, Alison and Hughes, Caitlin and Shanahan, Marian (2018) Bulletin No. 26: Models for the decriminalisation of the personal use and possession of drugs. Sydney: Social Policy Research Centre, UNSW.

Vuong, Thu and Ritter, Alison and Hughes, Caitlin and Shanahan, Marian and Barrett, Liz (2019) Mandatory alcohol and drug treatment: what is it and does it work? Sydney: Social Policy Research Centre, UNSW.

Hughes, Caitlin and Hulme, Shann and Ritter, Alison (2020) The relationship between drug price and purity and population level harm. Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology.

Hughes, Caitlin and Stevens, Alex and Hulme, Shann and Cassidy, Rebecca (2019) Review of approaches taken in Ireland and in other jurisdictions to simple possession drug offences. A report for the Irish Department of Justice and Equality and the Department of Health. UNSW Australia and University of Kent.

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