Harm Reduction as Public Policy

stack rocks in tranquil setting with words Harm ReductionPrincipal Investigators: Daniel Weinstock and Alana Klein

Funders: Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council and Canadian Institute for Health Research

Harm Reduction as Public Policy brings together researchers from a variety of disciplines including law, philosophy and political science to investigate the ways in which harm reduction practice and discourse are increasingly being taken up across a wide range of policy domains. Examples of the domains examined include, but are not limited to, sexual and reproductive health, sex work, drug use, and physician-assisted dying.

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