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Alcohol Action Ireland. (2024) Alcohol Action Ireland annual review 2023. Dublin: Alcohol Action Ireland.

Crainn. (2023) Independence in the drugs space. UISCE Magazine , 2 , (Winter 2023) , pp. 44-45.

UISCE. (2023) Uisce magazine. , (Issue 2, Winter 2023) . Dublin: UISCE.

Harm Reduction International. (2023) Harm Reduction International annual report 2022. London: Harm Reduction International.

United Nations. (2023) Our common agenda policy brief 3: meaningful youth engagement in policy and decision-making processes. New York: United Nations.

Scottish Drugs Forum. (2023) Working to decriminalise people who use drugs: learning from decriminalisation efforts in 5 international jurisdictions. Glasgow and Dublin: Scottish Drugs Forum and Ana Liffey Drugs Project.

Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction. (2023) Adaptation toolkit: co-creating a local resource with caregivers supporting a young person with substance use disorder. Ottawa: Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction.

World Health Organization. (2023) Global alcohol action plan 2022-2030 to strengthen implementation of the global strategy to reduce the harmful use of alcohol. Geneva: World Health Organization.

Scottish Drugs Forum. (2022) MAT standard 8 - towards implementation: the MAT standards webinar series. All people have access to independent advocacy and support for housing, welfare and income needs. Scottish Drugs Forum.

EPIC. (2022) EPIC strategic plan 2022-2027. Dublin: EPIC empowering people in care.

INPUD. (2022) Digital high level advocacy tips. INPUD.

Marchand, Kirsten and Turuba, Roxanne and Katan, Christina and Brasset, Chantal and Fogarty, Oonagh and Tallon, Corinne and Fairbank, Jill and Mathias, Steve and Barbic, Skye (2022) Becoming our young people's case managers: caregivers' experiences, needs, and ideas for improving opioid use treatments for young people using opioids. Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention, and Policy , 17 .

International Network of People who Use Drugs. Kaplan, Karyn and Swan, Tracy and Howe, Erin and Yassky, Rachel and Benjamaneepairoj, Kanya (2022) Surviving and thriving: lessons in successful advocacy from drug-user led networks. London: INPUD.

Harm Reduction International. (2022) Harm Reduction International annual report 2021. London: Harm Reduction International.

International Drug Policy Consortium. (2022) Decriminalisation of people who use drugs: a guide for advocacy. London: International Drug Policy Consortium.

International Network of People who Use Drugs. Durjava, Lana (2022) Digital high-level advocacy tip sheet. London: INPUD Secretariat.

Ombudsman for Children’s Office. (2022) Ombudsman for Children annual report 2021. Dublin: Ombudsman for Children’s Office.

National Youth Council of Ireland. (2021) 2021 review of the youth work sector response to the covid-19 pandemic – summary report. Dublin: National Youth Council of Ireland.

Dillon, Lucy (2021) Brass Munkie winter 2020 issue published. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 77, Spring 2021 , pp. 50-51.

Sarosi, Peter and Fulga, Valeria and de Boer, Yuri and Keane, Marcus (2021) Quality standards for civil society involvement in drug policy. Amsterdam: Civil Society Forum on Drugs.

Ombudsman for Children’s Office. Muldoon, Niall (2021) Ombudsman for Children annual report 2020. Dublin: Ombudsman for Children’s Office.

Madden, Annie and Tanguay, Pascal and Chang, Judy (2021) Drug decriminalisation: progress or political red herring? Assessing the impact of current models of decriminalisation on people who use drugs. London: INPUD.

Scottish Drugs Forum. (2021) Drugs: policy and aims - a manifesto for Scotland. Glasgow: Scottish Drugs Forum.

Keane, Marcus and Dąbkowska, M and Duffin, Tony and Scharwey, M (2021) Decriminalisation: insights for advocates. Dublin: Ana Liffey Drug Project.

O'Gorman, Aileen and Schatz, Eberhard (2021) Civil society involvement in harm reduction drug policy: reflections on the past, expectations for the future. Harm Reduction Journal , 18 , (1) , p. 17.

Civil Society Forum on Drugs. (2021) CSFD advocacy plan for the promotion & implementation of minimum quality standards in drug demand reduction. Amsterdam: Civil Society Forum on Drugs.

Rigoni, Rafaela and Tammi, Tuukka and van der Gouwe, Daan and Schatz, Eberhard (2021) Harm reduction in Europe: a framework for civil society-led monitoring. Harm Reduction Journal , 18 , (1) , p. 3.

Taylor, Hannah (2021) Young people in drug policy advocacy. Drug Reporter .

Lesch, Matthew and McCambridge, Jim (2021) Coordination, framing and innovation: the political sophistication of public health advocates in Ireland. Addiction , 116 , (11) , pp. 3252-3260.

France, Ferris and Matthews, Mick (2021) From invisibility to influence: the evolution of participation of people who use drugs in the Global Fund. London: INPUD.

UISCE. (2020) Brass Munkie. Issue 37, Winter 2020 , 25 p.. Dublin: UISCE.

Fordham, Ann (2020) The meaningful participation of ‘stakeholders’ in global drug policy debates—a policy comment. International Development Policy | Revue internationale de politique de développement , 12 .

Quigley, Anna (2020) Fergus McCabe. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 75, Autumn 2020 , p. 3.

European Committee for the Prevention of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment. (2020) Report to the Government of Ireland on the visit to Ireland carried out by the European Committee for the Prevention of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (CPT) from 23 September to 4 October 2019. Strasbourg: Council of Europe.

Oberzil, Victoria and Schatz, Eberhard (2020) Voices of frontline workers: harm reduction responses in the European region during the covid-19 pandemic. Amsterdam: Correlation – European Harm Reduction Network.

[Oireachtas] Dail Eireann debate. Ceisteanna – Questions - Citizens' Assembly [25030/20 & 26525/20]. (29 Sep 2020)

McGarry, Kathryn and Ryan, Paul (2020) Sex worker lives under the law. A community engaged study of access to health and justice in Ireland. Dublin: HIV Ireland.

Enoch, James and Chang, Judy and Guarinieri, Mauro and Agliata, Jake (2020) Taking back what’s ours! A documented history of the movement of people who use drugs. London: INPUD Secretariat.

Leonard, James and Windle, James (2020) ‘I could have went down a different path’: Talking to people who used drugs problematically and service providers about Irish drug policy alternatives. International Journal of Drug Policy , 84 , p. 102891.

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

Institute for Research and Development 'Utrip', IREFREA, Ana Liffey Drug Project, Civil Society Forum on Drugs. (2020) Guidelines and recommendations for the implementation of minimum quality standards in drug demand reduction in the European Union by civil society organisations (CSOs). Amsterdam: Civil Society Forum on Drugs.

Sarosi, Peter and van Dam, Anke and Fulga, Valeria (2020) Assessment report & literature review - meaningful civil society involvement in the area of drug policy in Europe. Amsterdam: De Regenboog Groep; Correlation-European Harm Reduction Network.

Hill, Penelope and Fehér, Orsi and Bridge, Jamie (2020) International drug policy: the impact of civil society and opportunities for addiction professionals to engage. rausch , 9 , (3/4) , pp. 112-122.

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

[Irish Times] , Holland, Kitty Drug-related intimidation causing ‘havoc’ in Traveller community. (13 Nov 2019)

Donelly, Sarah and O’Brien, Marita (2019) The case for change, key developments and next steps for adult safeguarding in Ireland. Summary of findings. Dublin: Senator Colette Kelleher.

EVE Clubhouse Coalition. (2019) EVE Clubhouse Coalition living well: working well strategic plan 2019-2023. Dublin: Health Service Executive.

[thejournal.ie] , Ruane, Lynn 20 years on from the introduction of the methadone strategy, where are we now? (22 Oct 2018)

Melaugh, Brian and Rodrigues, Hannah (2018) ‘The voice of the street’: using peer led outreach with people who use drugs to inform the development of Ireland’s National Drug Strategy. Social Work and Social Sciences Review , 19 , (3) .

Jackson, Rebecca and Brady, Bernadine and Forkan, Cormac and Tierney, Edel and Kennan, Danielle (2018) Collective participation for children in care: a formative evaluation of the Tusla / EPIC Foster Care Action Groups. Galway: UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre, National University of Ireland Galway.

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.

Dillon, Lucy (2018) Problematic drug use and the needs of new communities and BME groups. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 64, Winter 2018 , pp. 26-27.

Lahusen, Harald and Verthein, Uwe and Martens, Marcus-Sebastian (2018) Civil society involvement in drug policy in EU Member States. Assessment report. Amsterdam: De Regenboog Groep / Correlation Network.

Dillon, Lucy (2017) Responses to the new drugs strategy. Drugnet ireland , Issue 63, Autumn 2017 , p. 8.

Dillon, Lucy (2017) Public consultation for the new drugs strategy. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 63, Autumn 2017 , p. 9.

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

SAMHSA Center for the Application of Prevention Technologies. (2017) Preventing opioid overdose: understanding Good Samaritan laws. Bethesda, MD: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.

UISCE. (2017) Brass Munkie. Issue 32, Summer 2017 , 32 p.. UISCE.

Crowley, Niall (2017) Stimulating and supporting a black and minority ethnic voice on drugs issues. Dublin: Citywide.

McDaid, Shari and Ní Bheara, Anna (2017) The advocacy needs of mental health service users living in the community: a pilot study. Dublin: Mental Health Reform.

[thejournal.ie] , Fitzgerald, Cormac 'Why would you continue to perpetuate something that is wrong?': New mural challenges Ireland's drug laws. (11 Jun 2017)

[Irish Times] , Holland, Kitty Forum seeks to give voice to most-vulnerable drug users. (13 Apr 2017)

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

UISCE. (2017) Brass Munkie. Issue 31, Spring 2017 , 24 p.. UISCE.

Co-operation Group to Combat Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking in Drugs (Pompidou Group). (2017) Policy paper on government interaction with civil society on drug policy issues: principles, ways and means, opportunities and challenges. Strasbourg: Council of Europe.

UISCE. (2016) Brass Munkie. Issue 30, Winter 2016 , 20 p.. Dublin: UISCE.

[Oireachtas] Dail Eireann debate. Written answers 283 & 298 - Consular services provision [Philippines] [29352/16 & 29863/16]. (14 Oct 2016)

Houses of the Oireachtas Joint Committee on Health and Children. (2016) Report on the role of advocacy in health and social care services in Ireland. Dublin: Houses of the Oireachtas.

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.

Friedrichs, Anke and Spies, Maren and Härter, Martin and Buchholz, Angela (2016) Patient preferences and shared decision making in the treatment of substance use disorders: a systematic review of the literature. PLoS ONE , 11 , (1) , e0145817.

Barr, Nicola and Montgomery, Gillian (2016) Service user involvement in service planning in the criminal justice system: rhetoric or reality? Irish Probation Journal , 13 , pp. 143-155.

Ireland. Department of Children and Youth Affairs. (2015) National strategy on children and young people’s participation in decision-making 2015 – 2020. Dublin: Government Publications.

Social Care Institute for Excellence. (2015) Co-production in social care: what it is and how to do it. London: Social Care Institute for Excellence.

McEvoy, Olivia (2015) A practical guide to including seldom-heard children and young people in decision making. Dublin: Government Publications.

Public Health England. (2015) Service user involvement: a guide for commissioners, providers and service users. London: Public Health England.

Pike, Brigid (2015) Ireland participates in innovative policy think-tank. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 54, Summer 2015 , pp. 8-9.

Abercrombie, Rob and Harries, Ellen and Wharton, Rachel (2015) Systems change: a guide to what it is and how to do it. London: New Philanthropy Capital.

Schleifer, Rebecca and Sagredo, Javier and Avafia., Tenu (2015) Addressing the development dimensions of drug policy. New York: United Nations Development Programme.

Tabak, R G and Eyler, A A and Dodson, E A and Brownson, R C (2015) Accessing evidence to inform public health policy: a study to enhance advocacy. Public Health , 129 , (6) , pp. 698-704.

Drugscope. (2015) Advocating for treatment and recovery at the strategic level: lessons from a roundtable of commissioners. London: Drugscope & Recovery Partnership.

Tusla Child and Family Agency. Kennan, Danielle and Redmond, Sue and Devaney, Carmel and Landy, Fergal and Canavan, John and Gillen, Aisling (2015) Toward the development of a participation strategy on children and young people. National guidance & local implementation. Dublin: Tusla.

Pike, Brigid (2015) Who should decide national drug policy? Drugnet Ireland , Issue 52, Winter 2014 , pp. 8-9.

Pike, Brigid (2015) New ‘policy tool’ supports transparency and open debate. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 52, Winter 2014 , p. 28.

Merchants Quay Ireland. (2014) Quay Times: The newsletter for supporters of Merchants Quay Ireland. Summer 2014 . Dublin: Merchants Quay Ireland.

Pike, Brigid (2014) Drug policy advocacy organisations in Europe. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 49, Spring 2014 , pp. 10-11.

O'Gorman, Aileen and Quigley, Eoghan and Zobel, Frank and Moore, Kerri (2014) Peer, professional, and public: an analysis of the drugs policy advocacy community in Europe. International Journal of Drug Policy , 25 , (5) , pp. 1001-1008.

Irish Penal Reform Trust. (2014) Irish Penal Reform Trust annual report. Dublin: Irish Penal Reform Trust.

European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction. O’Gorman, Aileen and Quigley, Eoghan and Zobel, Frank and Moore, Kerri (2013) Drug policy advocacy organisations in Europe. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union.

International Drug Policy Consortium. (2013) Training toolkit on drug policy advocacy. London: International Drug Policy Consortium.

Pike, Brigid (2013) Southern Regional Drugs Task Force stresses ‘humanistic’ approach. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 44, Winter 2012 , p. 14.

Pike, Brigid (2013) ‘Drug problems are too complex and dynamic for single magic bullet solutions’. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 44, Winter 2012 , pp. 15-16.

Kensy, Julia and Stengel, Camille and Nougier, Marie and Birgin, Ruth (2012) Drug policy and women: addressing the negative consequences of harmful drug control. London: International Drug Policy Consortium.

Victorian Alcohol and Drug Association. (2012) VAADA position paper. Workplace alcohol and other drug testing. Victoria: VAADA.

Van Hout, Marie Claire and Bingham, Tim (2012) Mothers' experiences of their children's detoxification in the home: results from a pilot study. Community Practitioner , 85 , (7) , pp. 30-33.

(2012) Effectiveness Bank Bulletin. [Alcohol and drug prevention in nightlife settings]. Drug and Alcohol Findings , 21 Jun .

Connolly, Johnny (2012) CityWide launches policy document and drug alliance initiative. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 42, Summer 2012 , p. 9.

Copello, Alex and Templeton, Lorna (2012) The forgotten carers: Support for adult family members affected by a relative’s drug problems. London: UK Drug Policy Commission.

Drug and Alcohol Findings. (2012) Effectiveness Bank Bulletin. [Transitioning from detox to long-term treatment]. Effectiveness Bank Bulletin , 19 Jan .

Pike, Brigid (2012) Prioritising children in drug policy and practice. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 40, Winter 2011 , pp. 28-29.

Van Hout, Marie Claire and McElrath, Karen (2012) Service user involvement in drug treatment programmes: Barriers to implementation and potential benefits for client recovery. Drugs: Education Prevention and Policy , 19 , (6) , pp. 474-483.

European Alcohol Policy Alliance. (2012) Eurocare recommendations for a future EU alcohol strategy. Brussels: Eurocare.

Daly, Fiona (2012) 'My voice has to be heard'. Research on outcomes for young people leaving care in North Dublin. Dublin: EPIC empowering people in care.

Long, Jean (2011) From research to policy: the Sax Institute seminar. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 37, Spring 2011 , pp. 4-5.

Keane, Martin (2011) Exploring illicit drug use in a Traveller community. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 39, Autumn 2011 , pp. 16-17.

Alcohol Concern Youth Policy Project. (2011) Overexposed and overlooked. Young people’s views on the regulation of alcohol promotion. London: Alcohol Concern.

Stoicescu, Claudia and Cook, Catherine (2011) Harm reduction in Europe: mapping coverage and civil society advocacy. London: European Harm Reduction Network.

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

Schehrer, Silvia and Sexton, Stephanie (2010) Involving users in commissioning local services. London: Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

Broderick, Gary (2010) The impact of stimulants on women in recovery: a qualitative review of female clients from North Inner City Dublin. In: Conference on stimulant abuse treatment, 10-12 May 2010, Strasbourg.

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

National Youth Council of Ireland, Children's Rights Alliance, National Children\'s Office. (2005) Young voices: guidelines on how to involve children and young people in your work. Dublin: Stationery Office.

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.

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

International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies. (2003) Spreading the light of science: guidelines on harm reduction related to injecting drug use. Geneva: International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.

Cork Local Drugs Task Force. (2000) Cork Local Drugs Task Force: action plan 2000. (Unpublished) Cork: Cork Local Drugs Task Force.

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

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