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Dillon, Lucy (2020) Ireland and the human rights of people who use drugs. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 73, Spring 2020 , pp. 3-4.

Dillon, Lucy (2020) Guidance on human rights for health and social care services in Ireland. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 73, Spring 2020 , p. 5.

Dillon, Lucy (2019) International guidelines on human rights and drug policy. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 70, Summer 2019 , pp. 6-7.

Dillon, Lucy (2019) ‘The voice of the street’. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 68, Winter 2019 , p. 16.

Dillon, Lucy (2018) Human rights and equality of drug treatment service users. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 66, Summer 2018 , pp. 12-13.

Dillon, Lucy (2017) Human rights and the new drugs strategy. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 63, Autumn 2017 , p. 12.

Pike, Brigid (2016) What are human rights? Drugnet ireland , Issue 58, Summer 2016 , pp. 5-6.

Pike, Brigid (2016) Drug users’ human rights. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 58, Summer 2016 , pp. 6-7.

Pike, Brigid (2016) Human rights and drug policy – international perspectives. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 58, Summer 2016 , pp. 8-9.

Dillon, Lucy (2016) Human rights, equality and the National Drugs Strategy. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 58, Summer 2016 , p. 9.

Pike, Brigid (2016) Service users’ rights. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 58, Summer 2016 , p. 29.

O'Reilly, Fiona and O'Connell, David and O'Carroll, Austin and Whitford, David L and Long, Jean (2011) Sharing control: user involvement in general practice based methadone maintenance. Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine , 28 , (3) , pp. 129-133.

Pike, Brigid (2008) Service users to have a great voice in the health service. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 27, Autumn 2008 , p. 10.

Pike, Brigid (2008) Human rights and illicit drugs policy. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 27, Autumn 2008 , pp. 11-12.

Connolly, Johnny (2005) We're people too - Drug users views on the health services. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 15, Autumn 2005 , pp. 5-6.

Pike, Brigid (2005) Hyper and the search for respect. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 14, Summer 2005 , p. 4.

News

[Independent.ie] , Healy, Tim Woman who consumes 'enormous amount' of alcohol can't be forced into rehab, judge says. (13 Jan 2018)

[RTE News] Human rights groups alarmed over extrajudicial killings in Philippines crackdown. (17 Aug 2016)

Report

Committee on Legal Affairs and Human Rights. Bardell, Hannah (2020) Drug policy and human rights in Europe: a baseline study. Brussels: Parliamentary Assembly, Council of Europe.

Health Information and Quality Authority. (2019) Guidance on a human rights-based approach in health and social care services. Dublin: HIQA.

Scharwey, M and Keane, Marcus and Duffin, Tony (2019) Ireland and the human rights of people who use drugs. Dublin: Ana Liffey Drug Project.

Ireland. Department of Health. (2019) The deprivation of liberty safeguard proposals: report on the public consultation. Dublin: Department of Health.

Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission. (2019) Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission annual report 2018. Dublin: Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission.

Keane, Marcus and Crook, Lauren and Vieru, Catalina (2019) CSIDP: Ireland national action plan report. Dublin: Ana Liffey Drug Project.

Community Action Network. (2018) Our life, our voice, our say: applying a public sector equality and human rights duty approach to the human rights and equality issues identified by service users of opioid treatment services. Dublin: Community Action Network.

Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission. (2017) Ireland and the Convention Against Torture. Submission to the United Nations Committee against Torture on Ireland’s second periodic report. Dublin: Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission.

UISCE. (2017) UISCE strategic plan 2017. Dublin: UISCE.

Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission. (2016) The public sector duty. Eliminating discrimination, promoting equality and protecting human rights. Dublin: Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission.

Irish Council for Civil Liberties. (2015) ICCL Submission to the Oireachtas Joint Committee on Justice, Defence & Equality on the review of Ireland's approach to possession of limited quantities of certain drugs. Dublin: Irish Council for Civil Liberties.

Drug Treatment Centre Board. (2015) HSE National Drug Treatment Centre Drug Analysis Laboratory: a guide to service users. Dublin: Health Service Executive.

Uisce: Union for Improved Services Communication and Education. (2011) UISCE strategic plan 2011-2014. Dublin: UISCE.

Voets, Ancella and Márványkövi, Ferenc and Racz, Jozsef and Schmidt, Jeannot and Ensdorff, Josefien and Melles, Katalin and Rusev, Atanas and Nolimal, Dusan and Leskovsek, Evita and Pokrajac, Tatjana (2008) Making voices heard: access to health and social services for substance users. Amsterdam: Foundation Regenboog AMOC.

Bennett, John, ed. Bennett, John (2007) Developing drug and service users forums: conference report, 9th November 2006. Local Drug Task Force Conference Committee.

O'Reilly, Fiona and Reaper, Emily and Redmond, Tom (2005) "We're people too." Views of drugs users on health services. Dublin, Dublin, Dublin: UISCE, Mountjoy Street Family Practice, Participation and Practice of Rights Project.

The Wheel. (2004) Adolescents and alcohol / drug addiction services: a new initiative is needed. Under 20s urgently need prevention, early intervention and recovery services. Dublin: The Wheel.

Crowley, Fiona (2003) Mental illness: the neglected quarter. Dublin: Amnesty International, Irish Section.

Uisce: Union for Improved Services Communication and Education. (2003) Methadone: what's the story? Dublin: UISCE.

Blanchardstown Advocacy Group. (2000) Patients charter. Dublin: Blanchardstown Advocacy Group.

International research

Drugreporter, INPUD. (2020) Taking back what’s ours! The Rights Reporter Foundation.

Social Care Institute for Excellence. (2020) Person-centred care. Co-production hub. London: Social Care Institute for Excellence.

Pompidou Group. (2020) Human rights and people who use drugs in the Mediterranean region: current situation in 17 MedNET countries. Strasbourg: Council of Europe. 60 p.

International Narcotics Control Board. [INCB] (2020) Report of the International Narcotics Control Board for 2019. Vienna: United Nations. 146 p.

Vilsaint, Corrie L and Hoffman, Lauren A and Kelly, John F . (2019) Perceived discrimination in addiction recovery: assessing the prevalence, nature, and correlates using a novel measure in a U.S. National sample. Drug and Alcohol Dependence https://doi.org/10.1016/j.drugalcdep.2019.107667

Bacon, Matthew and Seddon, Toby . (2019) Controlling drug users: forms of power and behavioural regulation in drug treatment services. The British Journal of Criminology (azz055) https://doi.org/10.1093/bjc/azz055

International Network of People who Use Drugs. (2019) Chemsex: a case study of drug-userphobia. London: INPUD. 24 p.

Lancaster, Kari and Seear, Kate and Ritter, Alison [NDARC] . (2018) Reducing stigma and discrimination for people experiencing problematic alcohol and other drug use. Sydney: National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre. 125 p. Monograph no. 26

Ronconi, Susanna and Casmaro, Lello and Keane, Marcus and Castro, Diana and Košir, Matej and Lyubenova, Anna and Perez Gayo, Roberto . (2018) Civil Society Involvement in Drug Policy: good practice collection. Amsterdam: De Regenboog Groep / Correlation Network. 34 p.

UNAIDS. (2016) Do no harm. Health, human rights and people who use drugs. Geneva: UNAIDS. 144 p.

Murdoch, Jim and Jiricka, Vaclav . (2016) A handbook for prison staff with focus on the prevention of ill-treatment in prison. Brussels: Council of Europe. 92 p.

Monaghan, Geoffrey and Bewley-Taylor, Dave [IDPC] . (2013) Police support for harm reduction policies and practices towards people who inject drugs. Modernising drug law enforcement report 1. London: International Drug Policy Consortium. 20 p.

Recovery Orientated Drug Treatment Expert Group. [National Treatment Agency (UK)] (2013) Turning evidence into practice. Helping service users to engage with treatment and stay the course. London: National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse. 7 p.

National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence. [NICE] (2012) Quality standard for drug use disorders. London: NICE. 48 p.

Fischer, Jan and Jenkins, Nick and Bloor, Michael and Neale, Joanne and Berney, Lee [Joseph Rowntree Foundation] . (2007) Drug user involvement in treatment decisions. London: Joseph Rowntree Foundation. 56 p.

National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse. [National Treatment Agency (UK)] (2006) NTA guidance for local partnerships on user and carer involvement. London: National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse. 9 p.

Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network. (2005) Nothing about us without us: greater, meaningful involvement of people who use illegal drugs: a public health, ethical, and human rights imperative. Montréal: Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network. 17 p.

Book

Broring, Georg and Schatz, Eberhard, eds. (2008) Empowerment and self – organisations of drug users: experiences and lessons learnt. Amsterdam: Foundation Regenboog AMOC .

Henningfield, Jack E and Santora, Patricia B and Bickel, Warren K, eds. (2007) Addiction treatment: science and policy for the twenty-first century. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press .

Council of Europe Publishing. (2005) Drug addiction. Ethical eye Strasbourg: Council of Europe .

Rawlings, Barbara and Yates, Rowdy, eds. (2001) Therapeutic communities for the treatment of drug users. London: Jessica Kingsley .

Newsletter

UISCE: Union for Improved Services Communication and Education. (2010) Brass Munkie. Issue 20, July/August 2010 . Dublin: UISCE.

Conference or Workshop Item

Reaper, Emily (2010) Communities of interest - drug users forum. In: Community drugs problem: defining the problem - defending the responses conference, 15 October 2010, Dublin.

Thesis

Pike, Brigid (2004) Respect and self-respect in everyday life: a aurvey of theoretical and methodological approaches with special reference to illegal drug users as an example of a socially-excluded group. Masters thesis, University College Dublin.

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