10x Harm Reduction
During the partner meeting in Georgia, harm reduction organisations from ten countries formulated a shared vision on harm reduction. It was easy to agree that harm reduction is far more than just a set of bio-medical interventions. Harm reduction is in essence a people-centred, human rights-based philosophy. And so much more!
Read more
PWUD Partner Meeting in Tbilisi, Georgia
On 8-10 September, Tbilisi (Georgia) hosted the 2nd Partner Meeting of non-governmental organisations that implement the People who Use Drugs (PUD) project within the Bridging the Gaps: Health and Rights for the Key Populations programme.

Curious what was discussed at the meeting and see some pics?
Read our report.
Read more
Human Rights for PWUD in South Africa
South Africa has been included in the PwUD (People who Use Drugs) project under the Bridging the Gaps programme since January 2015. Partners TB/HIV Care and OUT Well-being work on delivering harm reduction services and have established the first needle and syringe programmes in three South African cities. Curious what we’ve achieved so far?
Read more
GHB overdose preventiontool
In September, Mainline completed a unique study on GHB. Over the course of 18 months, Mainline reached almost 200 heavy users of GHB. A successful collaboration with the Centre for Addition Studies (CVO) and many partners all over Europe resulted in a video-intervention that aims to reduce overdose risks among this group of people. A report on the study is available in English.

Read more
Chemsex, Tina and injecting drugs
Mainline, together with SOA Aids Nederland, studied a group of men in the Netherlands who slam (inject) crystal meth. Crystal meth is not widely used in the Netherlands and injection of any drugs is uncommon. Crystal, under the street name Tina, is mostly used during chemsex parties; often small-scale, private parties that men-who-have-sex-with-men combine sex and drugs. Read the summary.

Read more
Power to the PWUD!
Mainline magazine is celebrating its 25th birthday! 25 years of down-to-earth, open and honest articles, interviews and tips & tricks on safer drug use. To celebrate, we published a brand new magazine in English. Mainline works worldwide - this edition gives a voice to drug users across the world. Teak a peak!

Read more

You receive this newsletter because you have opted in or you have a relationship with us.

If you no longer wish to receive our emails, you can unsubscribe .
© Mainline. All rights reserved.
Verzorgd door MailingLijst